In 1876 was the Family Hotel, the from 1878 to 1884 it was the Black Diamond. From 1884 untill recently it was the New Central Hotel and now known as Buff's Black Diamond Hotel.
Railway Hotel Port Adelaide was established in 1856 and continues to provide great service and hospitality in the heart of historic Port Adelaide.
For meals, drinks, and a congenial break, visit us any day of the week. You will find us on the corner of St Vincent Street and Lipson Street, one block to the East of the Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre.
From the Railway Hotel it is a short stroll to the Maritime Museum South Australia, Galleries, the Railway Museum and Aviation Museums, as well as a number of other fascinating attractions.
The hotel was established in 1878 and is listed by the National Trust. Enjoy a meal or have a beer on the balcony at the Royal Arms Hotel.
Club 168 is a very warm place with a friendly atmosphere to have a cold drink, listen to your own music with DJs or the 3500 song electronic jukebox. The jukebox is free on ladies night Thursdays. The club is decked out with 4 new state of the art pool tables and raised velvet lounges surrounding the pool area. Plasma TVs are available with a very large screen for channel sports and grand finals etc.
Welcome to the newmarket Hotel, located in historic Port Adelaide South Australia. We are open seven days a week, offer a large choice of fresh food and drinks from our extensive menu, live music entertainment, special events and so much more...