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Get ready to embark on a mouthwatering journey through the world of burgers in the Riverina region. 

Your taste buds will take you on an adventure of juicy bites and delicious surprises, as we discover unforgettable burger experiences in Hay and Temora. 

Best Burgers Around

Craving the ultimate burger experience in Hay?  

South Hay Hotel and Boys on Lachlan are serving up the juiciest, most mouthwatering burgers in town, and we can’t wait for you to take a bite. 

Bring your friends and family for a feast of flavours and unforgettable moments.  

Don’t wait, come and treat yourself to the best burgers in Hay today.

But don’t just take our word for it, hear what their satisfied customers have to say:  

Hands down the best burger I’ve ever had! The combination of flavours is s a game-changer! – Sarah 

This place never disappoints! The burgers are consistently delicious and always hit the spot! – Jack 

I’m officially addicted to their burgers! It’s a must-visit whenever I’m in Hay! – Chris 

Venue: Boys on Lachlan Takeaway, 101 Lachlan Street, Hay | South Hay Hotel, 7 Nailor Street, Hay South
Cost: Boys on Lachlan – The Lot $16.50 | South Hay – Burger night $15.00 

Fatz Burger Co 

With a whole menu dedicated to burgers you can be sure they will be good, but how do you pick the best one? We recommend starting at the top and working your way down the list. Specialising in beef burgers, Fatz Burger Co also offer chicken and vegetarian options. And if burgers aren’t your thing, you really need to try the souvlaki. Available in lamb or chicken, they are served on the fluffiest Lebanese bread you’ll find anywhere. Add a side of disco loaded fries and you’re in burger heaven!  

Venue: Fatz Burger Co, 166 Hoskins Street, Temora 
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday 11.30am – 2 pm for lunch & 5pm – 8pm for dinner. Eat in or take away.
Cost: $8-12 

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