Built in the early 1930s originally as a milk bar, but always as a popular meeting place for locals. The “Camden Vale Inn”, as it was then known, was built to promote the pure and wholesome milk of Camden Park. Today the inn has changed from milk bar to restaurant and a luxury hotel inn, after being granted its tavern licence in 1989.
Today the Camden Valley Inn has been totally redeveloped and now shows very little of its heritage beyond a wire sculpture of an early milk bottle. The facade fronting onto the Old Hume Highway has been retained and modernised but does not have the same impact as the Ivy covered facade of the past. read more »