The Dardy country pub is a hidden gem, just twenty minutes drive from Bunbury. The perfect pub to visit while exploring the Ferguson Valley and surrounds. Friendly service and a superb menu.
We have live music every Sunday at the Dardy. Bring the kids and let them loose in the playground while you enjoy a wonderful country meal with great entertainment.
We have happy hour every day between 4pm and 5pm. On Saturdays we have a Double Happy Hour, first between 12pm and 1pm and then again between 5pm and 6pm.
Experience live quiz nights at the Dardy on the last Monday of every month.
Have a look at the video below to get a feel for the vibe at the Dardy Tavern. Every Sunday we have a live band to go with your Sunday Roast Pork Special, served with roast pumpkin, potatoes and green beans.
Check out our weekly chef specials. This week we are running our popular Pasta Tuesday night where you can choose from a selection of six tasty pasta dishes all for a single price......$24.
Closed Good Friday,Christmas and Boxing Day
Happy Holidays to all!!
The Dardy country pub. A hidden gem, just twenty minutes drive from Bunbury. The perfect pub to visit while exploring the Ferguson Valley and surrounds. Friendly service and a superb menu. Live music in the garden on weekends..... Pop in for a "Dardy Lager"!
The Dardanup Tavern is a historic, character hotel located in the centre of Dardanup. The original hotel was owned by Ellen Coonan and was built of weather-board and iron. It only survived two years from 1903 to 1905 when it was burnt down. The new hotel was built on the same site and opened on 28 June 1905. The first publican was Mr A. E Skipworth.
The little hamlet of Dardanup is also associated with the rebellious Irish Fenian John Boyle O'Reilly. Some locals believe that while on the run, O'Reilly hid in a well next to the Dardanup Hotel. The Dardanup Hotel now displays a beautiful copper mural depicting O'Reilly's escape, including a replicate well in the Hotel's beer garden.