Located in Bronte on Sydney's eastern beaches, the Charing Cross Hotel is a contemporary gastro pub influenced by modern European & Australian cuisine. Initially built by Irish convict William Newland who gained his freedom in 1833 & borrowed £600 to build the Charing Cross Hotel. The first Hotel in the area, it was regularly used as the first council meeting place in the area, while Newland St (named after our first publican) is still the home of Waverley Council's Bondi Junction office.These days, the pub has had a rejuvenation as a seamless drinking and dining venue, delivering fine local produce & a wide variety of craft beers, ciders & wines.The 'Charo' as its affectionately known; boasts an award winning menu available over multiple spaces throughout the Hotel. With a thriving Public Bar, Cocktail Parlour, Bistro Dinning area, daily specials, TAB, state of the art gaming room, beer garden & function spaces this neighbourhood Hotel has once again become a popular part of the local community. Charing Cross is a precinct in the suburb of Waverley, part of eastern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The name "Charing Cross" is used to describe the intersection of Bronte Road and Carrington Road and the short shopping strip extending to the east along Bronte Road, and is used as a reference point for the homes and schools located around it.