The Patchewollock Hotel-Motel is a little gem tucked away at the top of the Wyperfeld National Park, just South West of Ouyen. After a peak of a few hundred some decades ago, the town’s population is down to a handful. Bryce Harriman, the local publican, says the population is about 30 “when everyone’s at home”.
Despite the decline, the Patchewollock Hotel – or the Patche pub, as it’s known – is teeming with life. Farmers drift in from miles around to tell tales around the horseshoe bar. Tourists stand with their backs to the fire and listen to the tales. The pub has been in rude health since a southerner took a punt on the place seven years ago.
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