Jamberoo Pub boasts two styles of accommodation. Firstly, our traditional Pub Style accommodation that sits on the top level of the Pub, with nine homely, simple rooms with shared bathrooms, a television area and kitchen. You may help yourself to tea and coffee as you sit on the veranda with sweeping views of the town. In addition, our 3 1/2 star Saleyard Motel is nestled behind our natural beer garden. Our nine self contained rooms suit families and groups of two to four people per room.
Our award winning bistro caters to all taste buds. With a growing number of local food producers in our region, we aim to support local businesses within our menu. Try Gerringong's Schottlanders wagyu beef on our succulent Wagyu Beef Burger or perhaps some beautiful Kiama Pines Gelato for dessert. We can cater special occasions, family gatherings, parties and group meetings. Stop in and experience our food and friendly service today.
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One of Jamberoo Pub's best features is its unique "Johnny Warren Museum". With seating capability of approximately fifty people, the room acts as a shrine to celebrate the life and career of former Socceroo and SBS commentator Johnny Warren. An exhibition lines the walls of the museum, including a wide variety of photographs and football memorabilia. Guests always ask "what is the connection between Johnny Warren and the Jamberoo Pub?" John lived in Jamberoo for the last 10 years of his life. The main connection however is that John is the Uncle of current co-owner Jamie Warren, who runs the business with his wife Cheryl, with the two running a true family business.