Korweinguboora is situated on the road between Ballan and Daylesford in central Victoria. Originally known as Spargo Creek, the hotel was built for the workers in the early1900's when a reservoir was built on the nearby Werribee River to store water for Geelong.
The roof of the original building can be seen in the photograph. The unique position of the hotel is it's isolation from the rest of the area. Travelling through dense bush, the hotel is the only building for miles and miles.
Unfortunately the hotel is now a private residence in the middle of nowhere... back in the nineties a young, smart, entrepreneur took over the license and marketed the isolation with country music.. to the extent that 10 to 20 buses every Saturday and Sunday nights would travel from Melbourne full with patrons. But like everything...it died...just like this historical hotel.