The Berwick Inn

The Berwick Inn

The Berwick Inn

The Berwick Inn

Address
The Berwick Inn
High Street

Berwick 3806
The Berwick Inn is the oldest building in the City of Casey and is the historical hub of the Berwick Village, a reminder of the coaching era it once served.
The hotel was a stopping place en-route to the Gippsland gold fields. 
 
Originally known as the Border Hotel, the old inn was named after the border town Berwick-on-Tweed in the United Kingdom. 
 
Part of the present building dates from the first license of 1857 when Robert Bain kept the tap. It was renamed the Old Berwick Inn in 1863. 
 
In May 1865 it became the site of the first Police Court and was the meeting place for the Berwick District Road Board.