Dicey Riley’s Hotel in Wollongong is on the market.
The well-known drinking hole in Crown Street will go to auction on Thursday, August 28.
Listed with Andrew Jolliffe of Ray White, the hotel is set on a 1808 square metre block.
It has a 3am licence and 15 gaming machine entitlements.
Dicey Riley’s Hotel had its origins as the Terminus Hotel, which was established in 1885 and operated until 1904, when its name was changed to Tattersalls Hotel.
In November 1974, the hotel, which had been rebuilt in the 1930s, became one of the first hotels in Wollongong to open its doors on Sundays after the state government legalised full Sunday trading.
The hotel traded as Tattersalls until 1991.