The Mudgee Region epitomises rustic charm, vineyards, rolling green hills, exquisite food and delectable wine.
The town of Mudgee and surrounds offer visitors of all ages a wide and diverse range of things to do. Only three hours (260km) north-west of Sydney, Leaning Oak provides the perfect base to explore the diversity of the region including wineries, restaurants, markets, concerts, festivals and so much more.
Mudgee gives ‘city-slickers’ an opportunity to experience a taste of the contemporary country life with sophisticated food, wine, heritage and year-round event experiences.
Visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds with a central township boasting boutique shopping and exquisite dining options surrounded by picturesque country landscapes and over 40 family-owned wineries.
Mudgee is arguably one of Australia’s best wine-producing regions where the temperate climate produces slow ripening grapes that make for robust wines. Grab a map and self-drive or join one of the many organised tour groups.
With a strong gold rush heritage, charming country towns and even UNESCO World Heritage wilderness, the Mudgee region offers the best Country NSW has to offer.
The Mudgee township is located on the banks of the Cudgegong River. With elegant tree-lined streets and beautiful heritage buildings, the town centre reflects the area’s strong pastoral history and colonial gold rush heritage.
The flat streets and wide footpaths make it a lovely place to spend the day walking or cycling through the boutiques, gift shops and homewares stores before stopping for a Devonshire tea or leisurely lunch.
A short drive from Mudgee is the colonial gold mining town of Gulgong. With 130 heritage-listed buildings and Australia’s oldest Opera House, it’s certainly worth the 30-minute drive where you’ll pass beautiful pastoral country properties.