Ned's Studio Apartment
History has it that the Ned's Studio Apartment building was visited in February 1879 by bushranger Ned Kelly and his brother Dan Kelly and two other gang members Steve Hart and Joe Byrne. Ned and Steve apparently wanted to have a chat with the local Auctioneer Mr Michael J. Curtin about a horse he had sold on their behalf the previous year.
Ned’s Studio Apartment is a clean comfortable historical but tastefully renovated air-conditioned apartment. It is located in the central shopping and business district of Jerilderie between Kel's Computer Service and the Jerilderie Post Office.
Ned's Studio apartment offers its guests a home away from home with complimentary Wifi internet, free parking, private bathroom with laundry, private kitchen and dining table, living area with LCD television and computer workstation.
Apartment One is upstairs with a great view of Jerilderie's main street. Apartment Two is at street level and within a one minute walk of two pubs, the IGA supermarket, bakery, pharmacy, second hand shops and the news-agency.