The pub is located 156 kilometres east of Perth on the Great Eastern Highway in the small country town of Cunderdin.
The pub came to life, after an unfortunate fire that burnt the old Cunderdin pub to the ground in 2000. The community of Cunderdin came together and decided upon the “Etamogah Pub” to be built.
Locally owned and run, the Cunderdin Pub is at the heart of the small town – and is popular with both locals and tourists alike.
Walking into the bar is like stepping back in time – locals will be found drinking a “middy” and happy to share stories of small town rural life. The infamous owner “Backy” is always happy for a chat and the backpackers that man the bar give a warm and welcoming greeting to all those that arrive – intrigued by your stories and keen to share theirs.
There is a front bar, dining room, outside beer garden and a children’s play area to ensure the whole family can enjoy the pub.