Once the home of the Australian Customs offices, Customs House Hotel is a heritage listed building, designed by James Barnet in 1877.
Operating as Customs House from 1877-1989. The building has housed several Government offices, with many still displayed on the honour boards in the Hotel’s entry ways.
Having survived a roof fire & the 1989 Newcastle earthquake, the building was transformed in 1995 to the Hotel you see today. With dining & bar areas located downstairs, to an array of function spaces upstairs, Customs House is an iconic Newcastle experience.
From its amazing location on Newcastle Harbour foreshore, you can celebrate & relax amongst friends.