2019 Royal Hotel, 40-44 Pacific Highway, Wyong - Heritage Impact Statement The Royal Hotel, Wyong. Originally built in timber weatherboarding, it was rebuilt in brick in 1919. [Photo source: the gascoignes of wyong shire, posted online 21 October 2012] LocalSocial HistorySydney - NorthernHeritage AssessmentCommerceHotels Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Liz Gorman Client: Royal Hotel, Wyong Sue Rosen Associates were pleased to provide the client with a Heritage Impact Statement (HIS) for minor, historically sympathetic alterations at the premises. Wyong’s Royal Hotel was built on its current site in 1889. Both the Royal and the Commercial. hotels in Wyong would come to be associated with the three Gascoigne brothers: John managed the Royal, Thomas became the licensee of the Commercial, and in 1904, Robert took over the Royal. The hotel was originally built in weatherboard, being rebuilt in brick in 1919. Over the years, much development of the the Hotel has occured, including changes in its form, fabric and finishes, and removal of the verandah.