Peter Lalor Hotel

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Peter Lalor Hotel, 2017. Photograph: Clare Gervasoni

The Peter Lalor Hotel was a hotel in Ballarat, Victoria, <2014.



The hotel was formerly the Royal Highlander Hotel. It closed in 2014.


The hotel is on the south east corner of Doveton Street and Mair Street.


The hotel was named after the leader of the miners at the Eureka Stockade, and Speaker of the Victorian Parliament, Peter Lalor.

The hotel was offered for sale in October 2015.[1]

Renowned artist David Bromley and his wife Yuge are the new owners of Ballarat’s Peter Lalor Hotel.[2]

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See also


Tait's Hotel (Mair St)

Royal Highlander Hotel

Royal Oak Hotel (Mair St)


  1. Pollock, Michael, Peter Lalor Hotel up for grabs, Ballarat Courier, 23 October 2015, [1]. accessed 28 October 2015
  2. Feb 2017

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