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, to the exceptional food, drinks and service, Customs House is the perfect place to celebrate & relax with friends.