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Mudgee Visitor Information Centre - Mudgee

Situated next to Mid Western Regional Council and opposite the beautiful Robertson Park, Mudgee Visitor Information Centre provides a welcome to visitors and residents alike.

Renowned for its food and wine, with almost 9 in 10 visiting a cellar door during their stay, visitors need three to four days to truly discover the range of other sensory experiences in the Mudgee Region. There is art, craft and world-class ceramics; historic villages including Gulgong, Rylstone and Kandos and heritage museums; nature and adventure tours, cycling and bird-watching in National Parks; shopping at antique, local produce and gift stores

Visit the centre for information on accommodation, cellar doors, dining, and things to do and see including local and regional national parks.

They also offer a great range of local produce and souvenirs for purchase.

The Mudgee Visitor Information Centre provides convenient off street parking, complimentary Wi-fi, public toilets and baby change facilities.

For more information: www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au
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