Mudgee Area attractions

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  1. Prince Of Wales Opera House

    The Prince Of Wales Opera House is the oldest still-operating Opera House in the Southern Hemisphere. It was built in 1871 by John Hart Cogden. This classic building is now owned by the Gulgong Amateur Musical and Dramatical Society. Dame N…

  2. 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 National Trust listing and is extremely popul…

  3. Big River Drive

    If you’re hiking or driving along Big River drive, you’ll get a feel for this wonderful national park. The route meanders through forest and woodland and is a short extension to the Spring Gully drive which begins at the small town of Wolla…

  4. 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, Take a picnic and sit b…

  5. 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 tasty storemade takeaway menu including s…

  6. Gulgong Gold Experience

    Gulgong Gold Experience is located on the exact location of the first gold find in Gulgong in 1870. The Gulgong Gold Experience has been excavated into the slopes of Red Hill and incorporates the original commissioned tile mural that was e…

  7. Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve

    Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve, in NSW Central Tablelands, is a great place for birdwatching, walking, barbecues and enjoying scenic views of its sandstone pagoda features. Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve is a particularly important place for Wir…

  8. Kandos Museum

    In 1919, the first manager of Kandos Cement envisioned a proud future for modern Kandos leaving a legacy of his beloved Spanish Mission-styled church. The church is now Kandos Museum, telling the story of that thriving 20th Century town tha…

  9. Roth Family Orchard

    Pick your own cherries for a great fun morning out or buy them freshly picked and packed. The flavour direct from the orchard is amazing. They open their family farm to you on weekend mornings in season 8am to 1pm late November to mid D…

  10. Wollemi National Park

    World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park offers a dramatic setting for scenic walks, swimming, canoeing and camping, just a couple of hours north-west of Sydney. Discover the spectacular landscapes of Wollemi National Park, part of the …

  11. Gulgong Pioneers Museum

    Journey into the past at Gulgong Pioneers Museum. Established in 1962, the Gulgong Pioneers Museum is home to one of the finest collections of Australiana in the country. Located in the old Times Bakery and Produce Store in the heart of …

  12. Mudgee Miniature Railway

    The Mudgee Miniature Railway is a three and a half, and five inch gauge miniature railway giving rides behind steam, petrol and electric powered miniature trains. The railway operates depending on the weather on the second Sunday of every …

  13. Spring Gully Drive

    Wind your way through some of Goulburn River National Park’s beautiful scenery along Spring Gully drive. The 22 kilometre car route from Wollar is along an unsealed road, making it somewhat of an adventure as you leave the local farmland be…

  14. Gulgong Symbol Trail

    During the Great Depression and in gold rush times, people travelling country roads in search of work, food or just a place to sleep the night, used a secret code of symbols to communicate the 'lie of the land' to fellow travellers. This se…

  15. Goulburn River National Park

    With its forest and riverside setting, the Goulburn River National Park offers lots of opportunity for swimming, fishing, hiking and camping. Camping opportunities don’t come any more spectacular than at Goulburn River National Park. The p…

  16. Castle Rocks Walk

    Hiking Castle Rocks walk has its rewards. Not only will you be breathing in the fresh air of Munghorn Gap and getting fit, but superb scenic views await you when you reach the end. From the lookout, you’ll see some of the amazing sandstone …

  17. 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. Open to the general public and cat…

  18. Henry Lawson Centre

    Your trip to this part of Henry Lawson’s country would be incomplete without a visit to the Henry Lawson Centre. This beautifully curated collection is a repository of material related to the life and times of Henry Lawson. There are painti…

  19. Rylstone Heritage Walk

    Rylstone is a heritage village on the western edge of the Blue Mountains, 238 km north-west of Sydney. The town acts as a gateway to the World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park to the east and the scenic Capertee Valley to the south. Ry…

  20. 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. The granite from this area was used in the construction of the new Parliament House in Canberra. Frog Rock c…

  21. Dunns Swamp

    Just 25 kilometres east of Rylstone and Kandos is Dunns Swamp, a popular camping and picnic area. Set on the banks of the Cudgegong River and nestled amongst the stunning sandstone pagoda rock formations. Dunns Swamp enjoys an outstanding b…