Mudgee Attractions

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  1. Mudgee Corner Store

    Mudgee Corner Store is a general store with a difference. They stock newspapers, everyday pantry goods, local produce including locally sourced vegetables, fruit, condiments and meats.There is a...

  2. Lawson Park Mudgee

    Spend the day at beautiful Lawson Park in Mudgee showcasing a children's playground, free electric barbecues, tables and chairs and covered picnic areas. There are walking and cycle paths, so don't forget your bikes,...

  3. Gooree Park Mudgee

    Gooree Park is situated on one of Central New South Wales' most beautiful properties, in between Mudgee and Gulgong and encompasses over 500 hectares of glorious vineyards, a Wagyu beef enterprise and one of the...

  4. Robertson Park

    Located in the centre of Mudgee, Robertson Park provides a significant tourist destination for local residents and visitors from Australia and overseas.The band rotunda, built in 1903, has a...

  5. Frog Rock

    Frog Rock is a natural granite rock formation by the side of the road in the shape of a crouching frog, situated on the Ulan Road. Frog Rock is 19 kilometres from Mudgee and 24 kilometres from Gulgong. The granite...

  6. Mudgee Observatory

    Mudgee Observatory has been a private observatory for the past 10 years and used on occasion by the University of NSW, the staff of Sydney Observatory and members of the Sutherland Astronomical Society...

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Attractions in Mudgee

The hillside town of Mudgee is a premier food and wine destination that offers a great range of attractions for visitors such as vineyard tours, bushwalks and cycling tours.

With wineries dating back to the 1850s, Mudgee is a fantastic destination to indulge in award-winning wines paired with seasonal local produce. Visit the town’s impressive cellar doors and admire the honed skills of some of Australia’s oldest wine families.

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.

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 Ferntree Gully Reserve is a vast rainforest that is ideal for bushwalks; see unique plant communities and Australian wildlife such as the black cockatoo, grey kangaroos, wombats and wallabies.

Enjoy Mudgee’s great range of natural attractions, food and wine highlights and activities on your next holiday to Regional NSW.