History

Thallon was gazetted in 1911. Development followed, stores opened and a Hotel was built to cater for the employees of the railway line which had arrived from Talwood. The town was named after the then Commissioner of Railways Mr J F Thallon.

Borger's Thallon Hotel opened for business in November 1911. Unfortunately in 1940 it was destroyed by fire and the present two storey Hotel was built on the site.

 

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Dining & Accommodation

The Dining Room is open for family friendly meals 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Breakfast is available for Hotel guests or by arrangement. We also cater for group/corporate events.  Barista Coffee now available!

Here is just a small selction from our menu....    Tender Steaks from $22    Seafood Basket $20           Chicken Schnitzel $12           Fish & Chips $18                 (All served with veg/salad and chips)                          Steak, Chicken or Bacon & Egg Burger $10                                            All kids meals $8                              Pizzas - Supreme, BBQ, Meatlovers, Hawaiian, Vegetarian & BBQ Chicken. Large $28 & Med $22   

Plus delicious weekly Specials only $15

Clean budget accommodation is available in the Hotel and also in the nearby Railway Quarters. Long term and group bookings are available.

A General Store and Post Office are also located at the Hotel.

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Local Events & Attractions

Enjoy fishing for Murray Cod or Yellow Belly in the beautiful Moonie River.

Join the Carp Busters at the Thallon Fishing Competition in March.

Visit Thallon Grain Corp - the second largest receival depot in Australia in 2012.

Be part of the spectacle of a Bush Cricket match from October to March at the Thallon Recreation Grounds.

Meet the locals at Social tennis matches Thursday nights.

Dunga Derby Car Rally,  Friday, August 5th.