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Back in 1815, The Red Cow Inn was established at Ropes Creek. It was one of the early coaching inns and was well patronized by the passing wagon drivers, coaches & riders on the Western Road, as they travelled to and from the Nepean area. By the 1840’s, Thomas Smith was the licensee and so remained for over fifty years. He was an astute businessman and with rumours of the proposed railway station to be built at Penrith, Tom Smith purchased a parcel of land in 1860. The gamble paid off.
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Used to go here almost every day for lunch when I worked in Penrith. Lunch menu pretty diverse and really well priced. Staff are always friendly and accomodating and atmosphere is versatile with a wide range of seating options indoor, outdoor, open, balcony, beer garden etc. etc.
Melbourne Tourism welcomes Red Cow in Penrith NSW 2750, we provide a friendly relaxing restaurant and bar. Red Cow is a great place to unwind with a cold drink, an ideal place to watch and forget about the hustle and bustle while you enjoy a freshly brewed coffee or a snack from our affordable specials menu.
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