The Sir William Wallace Hotel is an historic pub in the suburb of Birchgrove on the Balmain Peninsula in the inner-west of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is one of a number of buildings which formed an integral part of the shipbuilding and industrial history of the local area. The pub is a heritage-listed building of local significance built in the Victorian Filligree style. It is a two-storeyed corner hotel with a panelled lace upper verandah, timber posts to street and iron lace balustrades. It is a rare example of a hotel still in its original state.