Kyalite Hotel was built in the 1850s on the banks of the Wakool River as a stopover for travellers crossing the river by punt. In 1888 the original hotel burned down and in 1890 the existing pub was built as it still stands.
Today, people come to visit Kyalite for the renowned camp and fishing along the Edwards and Wakool rivers.
In typical Aussie Bush style, the Kyalite Pub caters with everything for everyone. A general store provides groceries, fishing gear and bait, bagged ice and locally grown pistachios. The adjacent caravan park has direct access to the pub and restaurant. It offers a range of accommodation, including self-contained ensuite cabins, bunk house units ideal for groups, powered and unpowered sites.