Welcome to Mudgee
Set in the Cudgegong River valley in central west New South Wales, Mudgee is a charming, historic town and a popular destination for wine enthusiasts. Three and a half hours drive north-west of Sydney, Mudgee has much to offer visitors, from National Parks and its many wineries, to markets, festivals, and activities for the kids.
Whether you want to explore the town’s natural surroundings on bike or on foot, are keen to learn more about the history of the area, or if you simply want to sample some of the best wines in the state, Mudgee is the ideal choice for your next holiday.
- Saturday 15 June to Saturday 20 December 2014 Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers Markets
Held in the picturesque grounds
Mudgee is an elegant and historic country town, set in the scenic, natural setting of the Cudgegong Valley, 282 km north-west of Sydney. From the fertile farmland surrounds comes great local produce available at cafes and restaurants in town, farm gate sales and gourmet food outlets. Taste some fine wines at any one of the cellar door outlets or follow the local cheese and wine trail.
Mudgee has a rich pastoral history that's reflected in its heritage streetscapes and museums. Streets are wide and tree-lined, perfect for meandering walks while the night skies are dark here – perfect for viewing the stars from Mudgee Observatory.