Mudgee is a historic country town in the central west of New South Wales. It is set in the secluded surroundings of the Cudgegong Valley 282 km’s north-west of Sydney.
During the 19th century the area was a major gold-mining district, however today the tourism industry in Mudgee thrives due to the beautiful wines produced in the region. A history of winemaking since the 1850’s Mudgee is the third largest grape growing area in New South Wales with the town operating an astounding 40 wineries, tempting enthusiasts to stop, taste and purchase at cellar doors.
From Fertile farmland soils, comes great local produce available at the quaint cafés and restaurants, farm gate sales, and gourmet food outlets.
Mudgee’s rich pastor...