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Australia’s Biggest Burger At Australia’s Oldest Hotel

March 2nd 2010 02:36
Australian outback pub Australia's biggest burger
The tiny township of Nindigully is located on the edge of the Australian outback, about 530km west of Brisbane, near the Queensland/New South Wales border. It has become famous for Australia’s biggest burger, the Nindigully Road Train Burger. This giant hamburger is served with French fries, onion rings and a selection of sauces, and costs $36. The meat patty alone is 1.2kg!
Australian outback oldest hotel Nindigully Pub

Nindigully Pub is Queensland’s oldest pub, located in its original position on the banks of the Moonie River. The licence was issued in 1864 after operating as shearers accommodation for the Nindigully Station.

Nindigully is a busy truck stop and is also popular with bikers, tourists and grey nomads. The highlight of the year is the annual pig races, held on the last weekend in November, which raises money for the Royal Flying Doctors.
Australias oldest hotel worlds biggest burger

The former boom town has now been reduced to just two houses, the pub, the old general store and the town hall, with a permanent population of just nine people.

The worlds biggest burger, from Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub, uses two whopping twelve kilogram beef patties… Only in America!

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Comment by Samantha Elley

March 22nd 2010 02:41
Hi Glen,
I reckon I could order one of those hamburgers and feed my family of four easily...and I have two boys.

Sam

Comment by GlenB

March 24th 2010 02:16
Thanks Samantha,
It's a long way to go for a burger though.

Comment by Anonymous

April 3rd 2010 01:12
I would love to go into the outback since the flooding. Is Nindigully cut off by floodwater?

Comment by worldfilmfest.net

April 17th 2010 08:49
Nice stories. Like the recipes esp for anzac biscuits.

Comment by GlenB

April 18th 2010 02:50
Thanks Word,
Stay tuned for Choc Chip Anzac Biscuits.
To Anon,
Nindigully is accessible by road from the East Coast.

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