Activities and out and about in Mudgee
Discover all that Mudgee has to offer

Mudgee, Aboriginal for a "Nest in the Hills" is the second oldest town west of the Blue Mountains & was gazetted in 1838 (first settled Feb, 1822). It presents stunning scenery & its beautiful streetscape is reminiscent of times long past with its Historic Buildings & Churches. Mudgee is a great place to unwind, particularly if your passion is Food & Wine.

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WINERIES

Award winners - over 35 with cellar doors - many serving exquisite lunches.

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HONEY HAVEN

Discover all about Mudgee Honey. Honey sales, restaurant & you can play the 18 hole Putt Putt course.

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High Valley Wine & Cheese

Cheese tastings are available at The Cellar by Gilbert.

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Markets

Why not time your visit to coincide with one of Mudgee Region's regular monthly markets and discover a range of stall holders to grab some locally grown produce, freshly made breads and cheeses, olive oil, arts and crafts, jewellery, knick-knacks and more.

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Colonial Inn museum

The Colonial Inn Museum has a broad range of items in its collection, principally from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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cafes and restaurants

The Mudgee CBD is only a 3 minute walk from Ningana Heritage Terrace Houses. Enjoy a freshly brewed coffee or delicious meal at The Butcher Shop Cafe or many other cafes and restaurants on offer in the centre of town.

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Mudgee Tourist Bus

Discover some of Mudgee regions 40+ cellar doors and taste some of the best food and wines in the area. Explore the many attractions that Mudgee and the surround region has to offer.

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MinIature railway

Mudgee Miniature Railway is open on the 2nd Sunday of every month 10am to 2pm (weather permitting). Special days by arrangement.

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mudgee explorer tours

There are so many things to do in Mudgee. Whether you’re into great Mudgee wine tours, amazing natural attractions, or just a social day out, Mudgee Explorer Tours has something for you.

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scenic helicopter tours

High quality, scenic winery and pub tours of the Mudgee Region. If you’re looking for a day out that you will never forget, Mudgee Helicopters has the adventure for you.

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local parks

Relax in the beautiful ROBERTSON or LAWSON PARK on the Cudgegong River, both only a 5 minute walk from Ningana Heritage Terrace Houses.

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Mudgee Observatory

A visit to Mudgee Observatory can be both entertaining and educational for people of all ages. The observatory is situated 15 minutes drive to the west of Mudgee.

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PUBS AND CLUBS

There's nothing quite as comforting as an ice cold beer and hearty pub food to restore the weary traveller. Several pubs are within walking distance from Ningana Motel.

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historical towns

Rylstone/Kandos - sandstone buildings and tree lined streets, Gulgong – a 19th century gold rush town with the Pioneer Museum and Henry Lawson Centre, Hill End – Former Gold Mining Town.

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national parks

Mudgee is the gateway to various national parks in the region including Munghorn Gap, Wollemi, Goulburn River National Park and Coolah Tops National Park.

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DUNNS SWAMP

Unwind in stunning World Heritage surrounds at Dunns swamp - Ganguddy campground. Perfect for a family camping trip, you can go fishing, walking, canoeing and swimming.

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the drip

‘The drip’ is a towering sandstone cliff-face adorned with weeping grasses and ferns and dripping clear spring water into the river below. “The Drip” picnic area is situated 30 minutes north of Mudgee on the Cassilis Rd.

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windamere dam

Windamere Dam is a popular inland sport and recreation destination, offering year-round attractions for water sports and fishing enthusiasts, nature lovers, campers and picnickers.

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Louee Endouro and Motorcross Complex


Australia's Premier off-road motorbike playground
20 minutes drive East of Mudgee, 50km of track and trails designed specifically for off road riding and racing.

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