About us

The Kirup Tavern and Caravan Park is a historic establishment located in the small town of Kirup, Western Australia. The tavern and caravan park have been a hub of social activity and accommodation in the region for more than a century, attracting locals and visitors alike.

The Kirup Tavern was originally built in 1905. It has expanded to include a billiard room and a dining room, and over the years has undergone several renovations and updates.

The caravan park was added to the property in the 1960s, providing a place for travellers to park their caravans and enjoy the scenic surroundings. The park has grown over the years and now includes modern amenities such as hot showers, a laundry, and a camp kitchen, making it a popular destination for tourists exploring the region.

Throughout its history, the Kirup Tavern and Caravan Park has been owned and operated by several different families, each adding their own unique touch to the establishment.

Today, the Kirup Tavern and Caravan Park remains a popular destination for travellers and locals alike. The tavern serves up delicious meals made with locally sourced ingredients, and its bar is well stocked with a selection of one-of-a-kind dessert shots available. The caravan park offers a tranquil retreat in the heart of the Western Australian countryside.

As a hub of social activity and accommodation in the region for more than a century, the Kirup Tavern and Caravan Park has cemented its place in the history of the town and the wider region. Its continued success and popularity are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the families who have owned and operated the establishment over the years.

Our Story

Kirup Syrup Story

Our Story

Alberto Vinci brewed the original drink, which was made from a secret family recipe. Alberto grew fruit and vegetables, so this is what he is said to have made it from, although today's version is made from grapes.


 In the early days Albert would insist each person sample a nip of his famous brew straight from the wine barrel, which he would siphon by sucking through a piece of hose and  then pour into a small vegemite glass jar. Once they had tasted it, he would fill up their container they had brought along with them. 


Today the recipe is still a closely guarded secret and you can still sample the Kirup Syrup at the Kirup Tavern.  It is available for sale in small, medium and large bottles.