Take in Mudgee’s expansive vineyards and beautiful surroundings with a hot air balloon flight.
For those who prefer a more grounded view, Mudgee’s terrain and scenic views make it a popular cycling destination with many bicycle tours available.
With a range of breathtaking natural attractions, delectable wine and fresh local produce, events to excite, an impressive shopping precinct, lush golf course, and picturesque streetscapes, it’s time you visited Mudgee.
Car, train, or plane, you certainly won’t be disappointed by what awaits you.
George Head and Mary Ann Walton migrated from Suffolk, England, with four children, arriving in South Australia aboard the Duchess of Northumberland in 1839.
Located on the doorstep of the Cudgegong River valley, Mudgee has a wide range of natural attractions to explore.
Visit the popular riverside camping ground at Dunns Swamp to admire the towering sandstone pagoda rock formations and enjoy activities such as bushwalking, canoeing, cycling or a waterway cruise.
The Parkview Hotel is one of Mudgee’s treasures, dating back to about 1870 when it was originally a pharmacy and residence.
After receiving a number of renovations and having varying uses over the years, its latest incarnation will turn it into high quality accommodation complete with 7 boutique suites & ensuites, one with full disabled access, and featuring high quality fixtures & fittings and professional friendly staff.