The Hotel at Greenhills in the Wheatbelt, Western Australia is typical of many Australia colonial Hotels. Usually two storey with a veranda running around both floors, designed to keep the direct sun off the walls and windows to keep the heat out.
Something else that is typical of this Hotel is it is almost the only building left in the town. When we visited in May 2012 there was one house, a restored bakery, which is a single storey brick building, it didn’t seem to be operational, a railway line and the Hotel.
Not quite a ghost-town but fast becoming one.