Where To Watch The Six Nations

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six nationsNothing beats drinking an ice-cold beer whilst watching sports, so get down to one of these pubs to enjoy the Six Nation tournament and a pint.


Coogee Bay Hotel
Boasting Sydney’s biggest beer garden and offering both luxurious and budget accommodation this place is a hive of activity. The sports bar comes equipped with pool tables and screens on every wall, but make sure you check ahead to see if the Six Nations will be aired.
253 Coogee Bay Road, Sydney
02 9665 0000

Madison Hotel
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week with both Fox and Setanta sports channels, all your sporting needs are met at the Madison.
52 Devonshire Street, Surrey Hills, Sydney
02 9211 1612

Scruffy Murphy’s
The fact that it’s open 24 hours gives sports fans the chance to watch their favourite team without the worry of time zone clashes. With ESPN, Fox and Setanta you won’t miss a minute of the rugby and you can chow down with a varied meal of traditional Irish food and classic gastro pub offerings.
43-49 Goulburn Street, Sydney
02 9211 2002


Elgin Inn
The Elgin Inn is a traditional pub which has been standing in Melbourne suburb Hawthorn since 1929. With a rooftop deck available to lap up the Melbourne sun, a jukebox, pool table and access to all major sports channels, it’s a nice alternative from the hubbub of the city.
75 Burwood Road, Hawthorn Victoria
03 9819 3338


Pig ‘N’ Whistle
Known as Brisbane’s ‘traditional British pub’, the Pig ‘N’ Whistle not only has a broader menu than your average steak and burger affairs but also prides itself on being known as Brisbane’s best craft beer venue. With extensive sports coverage delivered through multiple big screens this is a perfect choice for any sports fan.
Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane
07 832 9099


Rosie O’Grady’s
One of the first Irish pubs established in Perth, Rosie O’Grady’s a great palace to not only indulge in some ice cold Magners and traditional Irish stout but to catch all the best live sporting action from around the world. With many rugby followers as pub regulars Rosie’s will be showing extensive coverage of this years Six Nations tournament.
Corner James & Milligan Streets, Northbridge Perth
08 9328 1488

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Rosemont Hotel
The Rosemont Hotel’s giant sports bar is open 24 hours and will provide all the Six Nations coverage you’re going to need this February. With over 45 screens adorning the walls as well as six mega screens, TAB, bistro dining and great offers on beer this is Adelaide’s premier live sports venue.
160 Hindley Street, Adelaide
08 221 5156

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