Shire approves $2.5 million Vic Hotel upgrade

TOODYAY’s historic Victoria Hotel is due to reopen later next year after a major renovation and rear redevelopment was approved last month by the Toodyay Shire Council

Owners Dean and Amanda Carter, who also own the town’s IGA supermarket, expect work to be completed between the middle and end of 2018.
The plan includes 16 new accommodation  units, new toilets, and a kitchen, laundry and large ‘al fresco’ area with a glazed enclosure that will open to terraced outdoor seating.
New accommodation will include a two-story block of four units on the eastern side and a drive-through bottle shop that once was a billiards saloon before it was converted to a pool and music venue with a stage.
Old stables with a sagging roof will be demolished and Mr Carter has offered to re-use the original bricks elsewhere on hotel site.

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