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Why not stop by and say hello to our friendly
Tourism Specialists, we are passionate about
making your stay great. How to get to the Mudgee Region......................... 4 Fossicking.............................................................. 27
Mid-Western Regional Council.............................. 5 Events for all seasons.......................................... 28
Welcome to the Mudgee Region............................ 6 Wine + Food Festival........................................... 29
02 6372 1020 MUDGEE RYLSTONE Mudgee.................................................................... 7 Explore + Absorb.................................................. 30
info@visitmudgeeregion.com.au Open 7 days: 9am to 5pm Open: Friday to Sunday 10am to 4pm Mudgee CBD walk.................................................... 8 Swirl + Sip............................................................. 34
visitmudgeeregion.com.au 84 Market Street, Mudgee NSW 2850 The Saffron Kitchen + Café, Gulgong.................................................................. 10 Mudgee wine map................................................. 42
02 6372 1020 47 Louee Street, Rylstone NSW 2849 Gulgong symbol trail............................................ 12 Rest Your Head...................................................... 49
AVAILABLE AT THE CENTRE 0407 531 520
Rylstone................................................................ 14 Country Pubs, Country Hospitality.....................60
Free wi-fi for travellers GULGONG
Rylstone historical walk.......................................16 Eat + Treat.............................................................64
Local event ticket sales Open: Friday 10am to 3pm, Saturday 10am KANDOS
Kandos................................................................... 18 Host + Romance.................................................... 69
Local produce, ideal for take home gifts to 3pm, Sunday 10am to 1pm Open: Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm
66 Herbert Street, Gulgong NSW 2852 Kandos Museum, Walk around Kandos............................................ 20 Our Sponsors......................................................... 70
Trainlink tickets
Public amenities 02 6374 2691 22 Buchanan Street, Kandos NSW 2848 Nearby picturesque villages................................ 22 Maps....................................................................... 72
02 6379 4600 Connect with your kin / pedal it......................... 23 Business Directory............................................... 76
Our great outdoors............................................... 24 Church + Emergency Contacts............................83

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how to get to the mid-western
mudgee region Located just 268km north-west of Sydney, no matter
how you choose to get yourself to Mudgee Region, it’s all
part of the adventure. You’ll feel your senses tingle as the
city-scape blurs out of view and the vast country
landscape opens up in front of you.
regional
The vibrant Mudgee Region is
just 3 ½ hours drive from Sydney.
Combining country charm with

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a city’s worth of things to do,
the region offers a wealth of
Drive { THE ROA DTRIP } Fly { BE HERE IN NO TIME , TA KE TO THE A IR } attractions for visitors.
FROM SYDNEY: around 3.5 hours along the Great Western Highway through the SYDNEY TO MUDGEE: FlyPelican connects city-siders with a short 45 minute
Blue Mountains, or follow the Bells Line of Road to Lithgow. The turn off for flight to Mudgee, allowing you more time on the ground to indulge. Departures
Mudgee is just past Lithgow (the last traffic lights you’ll see for a while). On available Monday to Friday and Sunday. Fares start at $99 each way. Our region is part of Wiradjuri country and includes Gulgong is the site of gold discovery, Rylstone is
your journey, be sure to plan enough time for a detour to explore the gorgeous the eclectic towns of Gulgong, Kandos, Mudgee and the perfect base for a scenic drive or bushwalk and
NEWCASTLE TO MUDGEE (VIA SYDNEY): 1.5 hour flight via Sydney, with fares
heritage towns of Gulgong, Rylstone and Kandos.
starting at $188 each way. Rylstone and many rural villages. Kandos is the gateway to the wonderland of Wollemi
FROM NEWCASTLE: take the famous Bylong Valley Way for a 4 hour drive via
FlyPelican operates a 19 seat British Aerospace Jetstream 32 Aircraft between
National Park.
Denman and Sandy Hollow. Turn at Sandy Hollow and explore the villages of Tourism is a vital part of our local economy.
Newcastle/Sydney+ Mudgee. For up-to-date availability and fares, book now at
Rylstone or Kandos before arriving in Mudgee. Alternatively, take the road via Mid-Western Regional Council works closely with The arts and culture of the region’s towns is now
www.flypelican.com.au
Merriwa and Ulan to Gulgong or Mudgee. the local tourism industry to make sure you’ll have a key draw card like our local wine and locally-
Thrify offers airport pick-up car hire services www.thrifty.com.au a fabulous experience when visiting, and ensure our grown produce. There are endless exhibitions and
FROM WOLLONGONG: around 4 hours along the Great Western Highway and
Castlereagh Highway. Goodbye surf and sea, hello rolling hills and trees. offering keeps growing. opportunities for participation, and our display of
outdoor public art continues to grow.
FROM CANBERRA: 5 hours via Yass, Cowra and Wellington or via Cowra and
Bathurst or via The Tablelands Way through Goulburn, Crookwell and Oberon
Train + Coach { TA KE IN THE SCENERY, REL A X } Our population of over 24,000 is made up of many
to Bathurst, then Wattle Flat, Sofala and Mudgee. The road is fully sealed, Hop on a train and a coach. Coach services link with the Sydney Rail Network at ‘tree changers’ who have traded city life for the joys Council hosts dozens of major events each year.
easy peasy. Lithgow, daily. Call Trainlink 13 22 32 or visit www.nswtrainlink.info. We also sell of country living. Our culture is diverse and active, Crowds gather for national sporting clashes and
Trainlink tickets at the Mudgee Visitor Information Centre (booking fees apply). with a strong metropolitan flavour. streets are closed for wine and food festivals. We’re
always working on something to give you another
The Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex in reason to come back.
Mudgee has hosted national and international events, Des Kennedy
and ensures the town is billed as a major destination People are choosing the Mudgee region more and
for sporting spectaculars. more to live, work, invest and visit. Discover for MAYOR,
yourself our region’s rich history and natural beauty, MID-WESTERN REGIONAL COUNCIL
and enjoy our famous hospitality.

"It gives me great pleasure


to welcome visitors to our
magnificent region. I encourage
you to discover everything the
Mid-Western Region has to offer.
Mid-Western Regional Council and
our local tourism industry work
closely together to ensure visitors
have a fantastic experience.
We are blessed to live in one of the
most unique and livable regions in
Council offices in Mudgee, NSW and I invite you to bring your
social but terfly Gulgong and Rylstone, open families and friends to share in its
weekdays from 8am to 4.30pm. many delights.”
Find us on Facebook,
Instagram and Twitter to 02 6378 2850
keep up to date with news council@midwestern.nsw.gov.au
and events. midwestern.nsw.gov.au

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traditional Wiradjuri Nginghugir Yindyamarra mayinggalangbu ngurambanggu


Maldili mawang marrali minyamnyimbul marang
M udgee
Ngadhugu
welcome to country Ngindhugu
Nginyalgir
268km (3.5 hour drive or 45 minute flight) north-west of Sydney.
We Wiradjuri people welcome you all to Wiradjuri country, with Swirl + Sip your way across over 40 family- It’s from this rich source that our chefs and
this welcome we ask that you all will respect law of the country. owned cellar doors, a distillery and brewery. winemakers draw inspiration, certain to delight
Eat + Treat yourself to our local produce. Potter your palate.
Wiradjuri mayiny gawaymbanha nyinyalgir Wiradjurigu You all respect and honour all the people and all parts of the did you know?
ngurambanggu gawaymbanha nginhadhuray ngayarra ngiyanhi country. Let’s work together to make everything good for me, around our Boutique + Chic shopping precinct
nganha nginyalgir yindyamalgirri buyaa ngurambanggu and find hidden gems exploring our heritage. Many ‘tree changers’ now call Mudgee home, taking The name Mudgee is
for you, for everyone.
a slice of their city life and gently connecting it with derived from the Wiradjuri
the authenticity of the country. What this means term Moothi, meaning
If you’ve been here already, you’ll know culinary to you, our guest, is that you have an abundance of ‘Nest in the hills’.
passion runs deep, with Mudgee now a household

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sophisticated yet earthy experiences to indulge in.
name among foodies across Australia.
welcome to the And for those of you, who are yet to visit, allow us
With a range of breathtaking natural attractions,
delectable wine and scrumptious local produce,
events to excite, an impressive boutique + chic
to set the scene. Mudgee has a rich pastoral history shopping precinct, lush golf courses and picturesque
locals guide
FA S T FA C T S
reflected in its heritage streetscapes which are wide streetscapes, it’s time you jumped in the car or to mudgee
and tree-lined, just as you would imagine a refined hopped on a train or a plane to visit Mudgee.
The name Mudgee is derived MUDGEE IS 268KM average temps country town to look like. You won’t be disappointed. Swirl and sip your way across
40+ family owned cellar doors,
from the Wiradjuri term
a brewery and distillery
NW OF SYDNEY, SPRING (SEP TO NOV): MIN 8, MAX 23 From the fertile farmland surrounds comes great local
produce available at cafés and restaurants in town,
And let’s face it, one visit just isn’t enough. You’ll be
Moothi, meaning SUMMER (DEC TO FEB): MIN 15, MAX 30 sure to impress your mates at your next dinner party Treat yourself to our famous
A 3.5 HOUR DRIVE OR AUTUMN (MAR TO MAY): MIN 9, MAX 23 farm gate tours, cellar doors and epicurean outlets. when you expertly pair Mudgee produce with Mudgee (and delectable) local produce
'nest in the hills’ 45 MINUTE FLIGHT WINTER (JUN TO AUG): MIN 2, MAX 15
With a continuous history of winemaking since the
1850s, Mudgee is the third largest grape-producing
wine, so you may just find yourself returning to
restock sooner than you think. Meet local artisans at our
region in NSW. monthly Farmer’s Markets, go
POPUL ATION: OVER 24,000
ELEVATION: 454M
Townships: Mudgee, Gulgong, no traffic lights on a Farm Walk tour

average rainfall 670mm Rylstone, Kandos (and MAJOR INDUSTRIES: TOURISM, Kangaroo amongst the grapevines Famous Mudgee honey
Enjoy a long leisurely meal at
one of our many cafés, pubs,
AREA: 9,000 SQ KM small towns in between) VITICULTURE, AGRICULTURE AND MINING
restaurants and wine bars

Absorb the heritage of our


town by strolling the streets
or at the local museum and art
galleries (take a selfie or two)

when you fall in love with


Indulge in a sophisticated café
culture and boutique + chic
shopping precinct

mudgee (and you will) Embrace the romance of our


region by hosting your next

you'll never want to leave


event or planning your perfect
destination wedding

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THE ANGLICAN PARISH CHURCH with the Church are both classified by the THE ORIENTAL HOTEL
LAWSON PARK
6 OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST National Trust. The original church was 12 Corner Mortimer and Lewis Streets.
CARAVAN PARK Corner Market and Church Streets. This demolished and replaced with a sandstone Built in 1876, it is one of the few hotels in
SWIMMING POOL
magnificent church was completed in 1861 building in 1860. This, except for the Mudgee which has traded under the same
SHORT ST SHORT ST and replaced the 1841 building. The church sanctuary and vestry, was in turn demolished name since opening.
contains excellent examples of stained glass and replaced with the present body of the

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and the church itself is classified by the church in 1873 to 1876. In 1911 the steeple
MARKET ST
National Trust. was added. It is believed the spire is the third 89 Mortimer Street. Formerly the
MARKET ST highest in New South Wales. The church Methodist Church, built in 1860-1864 and
ROBERTSON PARK
has a beautiful mix of Gothic and Byzantine holding National Trust classification. A
SCHOOL
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architecture. The acclaimed artist George Wesleyan Chapel was built here in about

LAWSON ST
BYRON
Intersection Church and Market
LOVEJOY ST PL de Pyro painted “The Stations of the Cross”, 1853 and is now part of the shops on the
Streets. The clock tower was donated by noted for their colour and realism and are corner of Church and Mortimer Streets. Turn
Mr Ivan Adams as a War Memorial. regarded amongst the best in the country. left into Perry Street.
MORTIMER ST Turn left into Church Street. Visitors are always welcome.
DOURO ST

PERRY ST

CHURCH ST
10 LONERAGAN’S STORE
14 PERRY STREET HOTEL

LEWIS ST
MUDGEE 8 THE REGENT PICTURE THEATRE Church Street (just past pedestrian Corner Perry and Gladstone Streets.
CBD Church Street. The Regent Theatre crossing). This retail outlet, similar to Formerly the Mechanics Institute and
FARTHING LN

opened on Wednesday 21st August 1935 Kellett’s, was originally a department store. erected in 1865, The Perry Street Hotel
GLADSTONE ST GLADSTONE ST designed by Douglas Smith, the theatre The store first opened in 1870 (next was previously branded De Russie Suites.
was originally designed to accommodate to The Lawson Park Hotel) and moved in Mechanics Institutes originated in England
FLEETWOOD
AVE live presentations. It hosted the world 1873 to the present location. The complex and were centres for technical education,
2017 MUDGEE REGION TOURISM INC. premiere of The Nugget which was filmed in is now subdivided into several stores. that is the trades. They housed libraries and
and around Mudgee and starred Australian With the arrival of major national chains, were often the centre of a town’s social life.
SEE PAGE 82 FOR DUMP POINTS celebrities Eric Bana, Stephen Curry, Loneragan’s finally closed their doors In fact it is recorded that Henry Lawson used
Belinda Emmett among others. The theatre in 1984. the library here regularly. It also appears
accommodated 986 people, and is a rare to have housed The Mudgee School of Arts
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example of an Art Deco Theatre. at some stage and was used as the Mudgee
to honour Sir John Robertson, Premier, and (National Australia Banking Company). The Corner Church and Mortimer Streets. Municipal Library during the 1950s. Now
Member for Mudgee. Those who served in CBC opened in Mudgee in 1864 and closed in Formerly The Mudgee, The Waratah, The regarded as one of the country’s top boutique
the African Conflict (The Boer War 1899- 1974. This building was erected in 1884 and Sydney Hotel and before that at one time hotels. Head back towards Market Street.
1902) are also honoured here. Restored holds National Trust classification. Lamont’s General Store which was one of

cbd walk by the Shire Council it holds National Trust


classification.
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Market Street (next door). Built
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Corner of Church and Market Street.
the earliest stores in Mudgee. Apparently
Lamont’s boasted a fully tailored men’s suit

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in six hours. Turn left into Mortimer Street.
in 1880 and also holding National Trust The Presbytery was built in 1851 and along NEWSPAPER BUILDING
POST OFFICE
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classifications, extensive renovations were
9 Perry Street. First published in 1890 it
Corner of Market and Perry Streets; carried out over 2012-2013. It now houses
has continued, though under several owners
DISTANCE: named as The Post and Telegraph Office, the the re-furbished library and a magnificent
(currently the Fairfax Group) to deliver good
APPROX 2.8 KMS original building was erected in the 1860s. theatre where movies are shown on a
news and bad to Mudgee Region.
Over time there have been several additions, monthly basis, concerts of world renowned
quality, book launches and the like to name
START: completed in ways making the original and
a few, are held. The lamp posts nearby are 16 THE COBB & CO BOUTIQUE HOTEL
VISITOR INFO CENTRE the additions difficult to identify. The first Corner Perry and Market Streets.
designed to hold gas lamps.
Post Office, though not on this site, was The Cobb + Co Court is one of the oldest
84 MARKET ST. MUDGEE
built in 1840. known original hotel buildings still standing
HANNAFORD COX CONNELLAN +
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in Mudgee. Built in the late 1850s, it was well
known as an overnight stop for the Cobb + Co
62 Market Street. This was built in the late Royal Mail Coaches. It was a substantial brick
ROBERTSON PARK DEAR, LONERAGAN AND HOGAN,
1 (OPPOSITE VISITOR CENTRE) 3 SOLICITORS
1920s and occupied by the State Bank of
New South Wales, at the time called the
building, with the restaurant section being
used to house the Cobb + Co coaches and
Market Square was the original name and 70 Market Street (next to Big W). This Rural Bank of New South Wales from about
in April 1846, the site of the first Mudgee double storied building was originally a store fodder for the horses. For 2 shillings a
1935. This building holds classification by the traveller could obtain bed and breakfast, and
Show. Take time to reflect at the 1914-1918 CBC Bank (Commercial Banking Company National Trust.
War Memorial. Band Rotunda - built in 1903 of Sydney), later to become part of NAB
Heritage streetscapes it cost 8 shillings to stable 2 horses.

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G ulgon g Booming in the gold rush era of the late 1800’s,


this heritage town featured on the original
$10 note, and is now steeped in history &
gorgeousness – where local passion runs deep.

Henry Lawson, although born in Grenfel, went to


school in Eurunderee, between Gulgong and Mudgee.
The old Eurunderee School still stands today and is
being preserved by a group of volunteers for visitors
to explore.

The town embraces Henry Lawson with the famous


Henry Lawson Festival Henry Lawson Festival held every June long weekend
and in the Henry Lawson Centre Museum.

There is an astonishing collection of Australian


memorabilia at the Pioneer’s Museum, along with an
impressive range of photographs taken in the
height of the gold rush in 1872 known as the
Holtermann collection.
We invite you to step back in time and potter around
the original and narrow bent streets with high The Gulgong district is also world-famous for its clays,
footpaths in our historic town. Gulgong was founded and both the town and its surroundings are a haven
in the gold rush era when an estimated 20,000 people for potters, artists, tapestry workers, artisans and
flocked to the area. craftspeople. Clay festivals are held in Gulgong every
two years attracting ceramicists from all over the
Whilst the streetscape and heritage buildings haven’t world. The next festival will take place in 2018.
changed much since the late 1800’s, you’ll find a
Heritage town
progressive and passionate community eager to There’s more to Gulgong than its heritage. We invite
welcome visitors and share their stories. It’s a real you to taste modern local produce across a range of
and rare treat. delectable coffee shops and dining experiences.

Tom Saunders first struck gold at Red Hill in 1870 and Our iconic events include the Henry Lawson Festival
the old Mine Shaft and Poppet Head are still on Red Hill every June long weekend, Gulgong Gold & Mining
for visitors to see at the Gulgong Gold Experience. Festival in October, Gulgong Folk Festival in December
The heritage listed town buildings, many complete and Gulgong Show in February. You can also find hidden
with original verandahs and iron-lace balconies, treasures and local produce at the monthly Gulgong
include such gems as The Prince of Wales Opera House, Markets. 4th Saturday of the month.
in which Dame Nellie Melba once performed. It is the
oldest performing arts venue still being used for its
original intention in Australia.
Choose from a selection of quaint B+B’s to centrally
located motels and pubs to rest your feet before your
next day of exploring.
The town embraces
HENRY LAWSON
with the famous
Heritage buildings and streetscape
Find hidden gems and local Take photos of the historic
Did you know? locals guide produce at the Gulgong (and beautiful) streetscape
Markets, held 4th Saturday
Gulgong was the town on to gulgong of every month Attend one of Gulgong’s

henry lawson
the original $10 note! festivals; Henry Lawson,
Settle in at a cozy country Explore the town’s heritage Gulgong Gold & Mining,
pub, meet the locals and and museums Gulgong Folk, Gulgong Show
share stories and more
FESTIVAL HELD EVERY
JUNE LONG WEEKEND
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The secret travellers’ During the last Depression and in the Gold Rush days,
people travelling country roads in search of work,
The Gulgong Historical Walk booklet has a
comprehensive walking guide to these buildings and
language was used food or just a place to sleep the night, used a secret also includes the Henry Lawson Heritage driving trail

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internationally - code of symbols via stones, sticks or scratches on the
ground, to communicate “the lie of the land” to
and the Gulgong Cemetery walk.

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Europe and carried Local identity and well known potter Chester Nealie
and is accessible by foot. The booklet is available
for a small cost at the Mudgee and Gulgong Visitor
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hobos of America the symbols and make decorative paving tiles
representing this secret language. Wander Gulgong’s
and is an essential touring guide to this unique town.

and the swaggies historic streets and see how many you can find and
of Australia. what they refer to. Tiles appear in Coronation Park did you know?

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and Mayne Street (from White to Herbert Streets). Around 130 of Gulgong’s buildings
Look around and see if you can find some of the are heritage listed, many dating
humorous locations like the ones that say back to the 1820s.
‘dangerous drinking water’ (outside the pubs!)

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a good day's work before dangerous i have ok dangerous good haystack money usually
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Established in 1962, the museum Take a walk back in time and visit
is home to one of the finest collections of Built in 1871, It is the oldest where it all began. Red Hill was the location
Australiana in the country, known as one of still-operating Opera House in the where Tom Saunders first struck gold in

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the top four folk museums in NSW. With over Southern Hemisphere. Dame Nelly Melba Gulgong in 1870. We invite you to go visit the
an acre of land and 60,000 items on display, has performed on its stage and several new replica underground mining tunnel and
there is sure to be something for everyone. generations have seen their first gain insight into Gulgong’s Gold Rush era.
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cottage became home to local blacksmith promote and conserve Gulgong’s rich gold
in 1892, it remained in the Gudgeon
family until 1950. The Shanty has been
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A museum dedicated to Lawson's
rush history through the restoration of
two of its earliest buildings – The Greatest
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lovingly restored, keeping the integrity life and literary works, The Henry Lawson Wonder of The World & The American
of the building as it showcases its original Centre takes the visitor through the phases Tobacco Warehouse + Fancy Goods Emporium,
attributes. The Shanty is open Friday – of the writer's life, from his birth in 1867 to which will be home to the renowned
Sunday delivering visitor information his death in 1922. Holtermann photographs taken during the
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which acknowledges a significant part of
the nation’s history – From the Boer War
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One of those charming country

R ylstone
towns, boasting an extraordinary did you know?
heritage streetscape and Rylstone is the gateway
unexpected foodie delights, that to World Heritage Listed
Wollemi National Park, home
you just can’t wait to tell your of the famous Wollemi Pine.
friends about.
In the rustic heritage town of Rylstone, via the famous
Bylong Valley Way, a broad range of exceptionally tasty
modern food awaits.
locals guide
Fast becoming known for its wineries, yum cha + tea
house, olive estates and local gastronomic delights, to rylstone
Rylstone is sure to impress the fussiest of foodies. All Foodies delight, from hand-
this, coupled with some of the most spectacular scenery made dumplings and local
in the region, we guarantee you will be surprised and produce to city quality coffee
delighted with what you find.
Settle in at a cozy country
Rylstone’s charming 19th century photogenic streetscape pub, meet the locals and
was settled in the 1830’s, making it one of the oldest traffic and opens to festival-goers, with a street market share stories
settlements west of the Great Dividing Range. With celebrating local food, produce, wine, art and craftwork.
Settle into the afternoon with a long table, long lunch Make Rylstone your base
many public houses, churches and private residences to visit nearby natural
throughout the town made of local sandstone, it’s worth surrounded by friends and locals, where live music and attractions (Bylong Valley,
taking the time to wander the streets and capture an electric atmosphere blend perfectly with the Dunns Swamp Ganduddy,
its essence. street scene. Windamere Dam, Ferntree
Gully and Capertree Valley)
The town also acts as a gateway to the World Heritage- Take a stroll around this must-visit town to browse
listed Wollemi National Park and the beautiful Bylong boutique and arts + crafts shops including a charming Explore the town’s heritage
and take in the streetscape,
Valley, boasting some of the most spectacular natural wool shop, collectibles and old wares. Enjoy a leisurely visiting The Cottage Museum
heritage in the region. So nature-lovers, get your hiking lunch, enjoy locally grown saffron products or sip an on your journey
boots on and explore the nearby wonders including Dunns ice cold beer at one of the local pubs or camp next to
Swamp Ganduddy and Ferntree Gully. the river. Make new friends and dance
in the street at the annual
Growing each year in its popularity, the main street of Jump in the car to take in a scenic drive or visit a nearby October ‘StreetFeast’
Rylstone is also home to the district’s premier annual vineyard. One thing’s for sure, you’ll be spoilt for choice
event ‘StreetFeast’ in October. Louee Street closes to in Rylstone.

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Built for James Nash, blacksmith,
Historic + beautiful Rylstone

1 From Mudgee replaced a small timber slab church built in this home was originally located near the
via Lue the 1850’s. The style is Victorian Gothic, Showground. The building now houses the
2 with an Italianate belltower. An addition Cottage Museum and the family history
RYLSTONE SEE PAGE 82 FOR DUMP POINTS to the front was made in 1960 with
stone from a private chapel on Monivae, a
archives of Rylstone and District Historical
Society. It is open Sundays 10am-3pm or by
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property near Rylstone. appointment.
Church Public Toilet

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4 Emergency Medical VisitorInformation
Centre
HALL’S CORNER
Parking Lot
These two early cottages were
5
Barbeque
5
Hall St Police Station
Picnic Area
RYLSTONE GARAGE erected by Goodwin Spires Hall to house
Post Office
Cars came to Rylstone in the his extended family. In later years they
Louee St
6 1920’s, and this building was Rylstone’s were converted to a number of businesses
Anglican Church H7 first garage. Removing the cars made a
Automatic Teller Machines F8 including a newsagency, bootmakers, garage,
7 great space for dancing, and the Sample solicitor’s office and bank.
Catholic Church G6 Room opposite was near enough for a
Caravan Park D10
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Court House F8 supper room. The garage was also the first THE DRY GOODS STORE
8
Rural Fire Station I13 venue for silent movies before the cinema This substantial building was erected St Andrews Church. A Temperance Hall
Golf Course D11 operated at the Memorial Hall. for John W Hardwick to house his dry goods (1874) once stood in the present roadway.
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Hall: Memorial Hall F7 and general store. It operated as such until The Federation period church manse, on the
Hospital I12 the 1900’s. For a number of years it served opposite corner, is of brick construction.
10 Petrol G5, G8
6 FLOUR MILL the community as the local Masonic Hall.
Police Station
Post Office
F8
F8 This building was originally a 3 storey 16 ST. ANDREWS CHURCH
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Primary School H5 flour mill built in 1872 by John Purvis. HEDINGLY This small church was opened in
The home of John W Hardwick, 1902 free of debt to serve local Scottish
Public Toilets F7, E6 In 1893 the boiler blew up and rocketed
12 commenced in 1859. It was later owned for Presbyterian families. It is no longer in
Railway Station I5 through the wall and into the building next
Shire Chambers F8 many years by local general practitioner use following the formation of the Uniting
door, killing two people. This event, and a
13 Shops & Services: Louee St Dr. Howe. His daughter still resides here. Church and is now in private hands.
fire in 1922, resulted in major changes to
Showground E6 the look of the building. It has operated as a They have undertaken restoration in
14 Tennis Courts
Uniting Church
D8
H9
milk bar and café since the 1960’s. keeping with the original design.
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These buildings date from 1875 to

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Vet Surgery G6 1895, and consist of the Court House; the
7 PURVIS’ STORE
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Visitor Information This is one of the very early slab Constable’s House (with sandstone lock up
(East side of Louee St) G6 The building on the right side was
cottages of Rylstone still standing, built by and cells - no longer in use), the Sergeant’s
built by Purvis as a shop and residence.
Robert T Highfield. House, and the slab stable at the rear. The
Subsequent owner Edward Nash doubled the

rylstone
rear of the Constable’s House houses the

historical walk
downstairs area, adding to the verandah and
current Police Station, and the Court House
creating the illusion that the upper storey
ST JAMES’ CHURCH OF ENGLAND
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is still in use.
extends over the whole building. It has
served as an ironmongery, haberdashery The church was consecrated in
and grocery store. 1864 and features splendid stained glass
windows. It was one of the earliest Anglican
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Postal deliveries to Rylstone
door was once used as the town’s cinema commenced in 1850. The Post Office and the
3 THE GLOBE HOTEL + SAMPLE ROOM THE BRIDGE HOTEL churches west of the Blue Mountains. At the
ENJOY A WALK ALONG THE ROUTE LAID OUT AND
VIEW THE BEAUTY OF THE OLD BUILDINGS. LOOK
theatre and is now used as a multifunction
Community Hall.
In 1880 Mr Holland, an ex-saddler, 8 This fine building, built for publican rear is a small slab building that functioned
as both church and Rylstone’s first
Telegraph Office were originally separate, but
combined in this building built in 1880, along
and his father-inlaw Mr Thomas Owen, Goodwin Spires Hall, opened in 1872. In
FOR THE HERITAGE PLAQUES ON OR ADJOINING an ex-policeman, built a sandstone hotel 1895 it became a bank and manager’s schoolhouse in the 1850’s. with a residence on the right side. It operated
MOST OF THE BUILDINGS.
2 JACKSON’S CORNER
Built by John Wesley Jackson, these
of 12 rooms. It was soon extended to
accommodate the increased business
residence and was used as such until 1957.
It was acquired by the Historical Society
as the town’s post office until 2007.

THE SHIRE CHAMBERS


1 THE SCHOOL OF ARTS + MEMORIAL HALL
Now known as the Small Hall, the
shops were originally constructed in stone.
A disastrous fire in 1927 destroyed the
brought by the railway in 1884. The
entrances and façade were altered in
in the 1960’s and now hosts a variety of
boutique businesses and accommodation. 15 WESLEYAN CHURCH 19 Rylstone Shire was formed in 1906
buildings but new ones were erected on The Wesleyan Church, serving a and functioned for 98 years until parts of
School of Arts (c1910) was originally a the 1930’s due to changes in the street The building is protected by a permanent growing Methodist congregation, was built
the foundations. The stone barn, by the Rylstone, Mudgee and Merriwa Councils
library and centre for meetings. It later level. The Sample Room next door was conservation order and is on the NSW State in 1884. It now serves the Uniting Church
Showground gate, and Jackson’s original were merged to form Mid-Western Regional
functioned as a supper room, for card constructed to provide a space for Heritage Register. congregation. The building replaced the
house with slab walls tucked behind the Council. The building was erected in 1913
tournaments, as a Red Cross Centre and commercial travellers to display their smaller sandstock brick Zion Chapel (1852,
shops on the north side, remain intact in and extended in the 1970’s.
Scout Hall. The 1926 Memorial Hall next wares to local storekeepers. now demolished) that stood next to
their appearance.

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Kand os
Known as the ‘town that built Sydney’ with a working
class background, now a quirky underground arts
community eager to share their creativity, in a
unique town nestled at the foot of a mountain and
at the centre of many Central West attractions.

Local craftsman Brett Nutting of AdHoc Furniture Heritage buildings


produces unique hand-crafted masterpieces from
repurposed materials. His showroom is a must-visit.
WORKING CLASS BACKGROUND
And for the nature lovers out there, we are just a
stone’s throw from Dunns Swamp Ganguddy, which
now home to a quirky
was originally built to provide water for the Kandos
Cement Works. Kandos is a great base to explore this underground
popular camping and picnic area within the Wollemi
National Park. We promise - it’s not a swamp! Set
on the banks of the Cudgegong River and nestled
amongst stunning sandstone pagoda rock formations,
art s communit y
Kandos Museum
Dunns Swamp Ganguddy enjoys an outstanding
biodiversity of plant and animal communities with
at least 107 bird species spotted in the area. With a
number of walking tracks, canoeing and swimming
activities you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Once a private village and home to the largest Kandos is also a true gateway to the Capertee Valley,
cement works in the southern hemisphere, Kandos the world’s second largest canyon (1 km wider than
has an eclectic array of unique businesses and the Grand Canyon, but not quite as deep). The valley
creative artisans, making it a place like no other. is recognised internationally as one of the top 50
bird watching places in the world. If you’re thinking Enjoy a picnic
Kandos is a great location to base yourself, with easy of camping at Capertee, why not stop by Kandos to
access to Blue Mountains, Capertree Valley, Bathurst, grab your essentials first.
Mudgee and Wollemi National Park. There are plenty
of accommodation options, too. And, for a small town, Kandos really puts on some
pretty remarkable events celebrating Kandos’
Enterprising locals have come up with plenty of physical and cultural environs and it's unique
ways to welcome visitors. The town's working class character. From the tyre smokin’ Street Machine in
heritage has not been lost and can be explored and January to the biennial Garden Fair, and in between
absorbed at the locally run Kandos Museum and a hugely popular biennial contemporary art festival
Visitor Information Centre. Cementa, this town is not to be missed exploring.

Kandos Country

Did you know? Locals guide Make Kandos your base to visit
nearby natural attractions (Dunns
Kandos was known as ‘the town
that built Sydney’, supplying
to Kandos Swamp Ganduddy, Capertee Valley,
Ferntree Gully and more)
cement for the Sydney Grab a coffee and stroll the streets Meet local artisans & craftspeople
Harbour Bridge. to discover the town’s growing
‘letterbox’ art movement Join locals for an eclectic range of
events throughout the year
Find out more about the town’s Lots of accommodation options -
working class heritage, visit the motels, apartments, cottages,
Kandos Museum and information farmstays and B+Bs
Centre

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RAILWAY STATION 1914 DAVIES RD (10C) meetings and carnivals were all held here. THE GOOD SAMARITAN CONVENT 1930
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1
This hand-me-down railway station For many years it also housed the cinema, FLEMING ST (6J)
(transported from Locksley on the Central public library and hairdresser. It is now a An architectural gem in the Spanish
2 Tablelands) was, at one time, one of the florist and Harley-Davidson museum. Mission Style, this former convent, with its
busiest stations on the Mudgee line. handsome arches, Greek columns and wide
KANDOS COMMUNITY CENTRE 1956
3
RAILWAY HOTEL 1927 CNR ILFORD RD AND 9 ANGUS AVE (9F)
verandahs, was designed to catch the sun in
3 CLIFFORD ST (10C) Set back from the main street this
winter and the shade in summer.

UNITING CHURCH 1927 CNR NOYES AND


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4 Because it was built on private land this imposing building can hold 700 to 800
second hotel was unaffected by the cement people. It is constructed of cement- DUNN STS (6I)
company’s caveat. Note the exposed rendered ash brick with a corrugated Dedicated and opened as a Presbyterian
5 brickwork, verandahs, ornate parapet, fibro roof. Accommodated beneath Church, it became a Uniting Church in 1970.
awnings, pillars and French doors. The it, in what was once the kitchen and It is a plain somewhat austere concrete
Kandos Hotel had similar features until supper room, is the Kandos Library. building with arched lancet windows, a
6 the 1950s. pitched roof and buttresses.
POST OFFICE 1926 CNR ANGUS AVE AND
7 4 COURT HOUSE 1929 ILFORD RD (9C)
Until this charming brick and tile
10 JAQUES ST (9E) 17 KANDOS SCHOOL 1929
FLEMING ST (7E)
building with its enclosed verandah and This red brick building, with its classical Despite the Progress Association wanting
Greek columns was completed, the first revival features, added a proud, solemn air a concrete building, the government chose
8 to Angus Avenue when it was built. Note the
court room in Kandos was located in this two-storey brick design with sash
McGrath’s premises (see 6. The Kandos Greek columns, unadorned roof-line, lintel windows and a tiled roof. Now connected
Stores). The court closed in 1970 and it is (depicting the name Post Office Kandos), to other buildings you can identify it by
9
now a police residence. The police station and formal steps. the foundation stone. From Jaques Street,
beside it was built in 1961. you can see the first weatherboard school,
THE CLOCK 1958 CNR JAQUES ST AND
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THE ROTUNDA 1930 WHITE CRES (9D)
11 ANGUS AVE (9E)
built in 1924.
SEE PAGE 82 FOR DUMP POINTS
5 This handsome temple-like Sixteen immigrants, who were naturalized
18 TRUSWELL’S PALAIS DE DANCE 1936 CNR
11 structure with its domed roof, Greek at the first citizenship ceremony to be held ILFORD RD AND HENBURY AVE (6D)
Ambulance Station F8 in Kandos, presented this obelisk and clock Now a vehicle workshop, this hall once
Anglican Church E9 columns, octagonal shape, wrought-iron
balustrade and steps, awaits a Sunday to the town. The name Kandos and ornate had navy and gold drapes, padded seats,
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Automatic Teller Machine E9 wrought iron were added in 2008. and modern appointments. It was the
Catholic Church J7 afternoon brass band.
venue of choice for many district balls.
Community Centre G9 KANDOS MUSEUM 1919 22 BUCHANAN
Fire Station E8 12
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Library G9
High School
Railway Station
F7
D10
6 THE KANDOS STORES 1918
ANGUS AVE (9E)
ST (10E)
This former Methodist Church was the
Petrol D6 Shops & Services: Angus Ave Built as a business and residence by first religious building in Kandos. The Kandos Railway Station
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Police Station C8 Sportsground (Simpkins Pk) D12 J P McGrath, this is a spacious, two- Superintendent of the cement company,
Post Office E9 Swimming Pool C4 storey, double-fronted building with Floyd S Richards, had it built in the
Pre-school/Kindergarten G6 Uniting Church H6 cantilevered verandah. Over the years Californian mission style of his hometown
15 church in America.
Primary School F7 Visitor Information E10 it has housed a bank, court house, café,
Public Toilets D9 (Kandos Museum) draper, milliner, TAB, dress shop and
THE SCOUT HALL 1942 DABEE RD (10J)
professional rooms.
13 A gift of the cement company, the

walk
Kandos
scout hall has provided scouting skills for
7 CHURCH OF ENGLAND 1921 CNR ANGUS AVE
� Craftsmen’s symbols on the front generations of children who have dashed
of some houses AND JAQUES ST (9F) through the turnstile, down the cement

around � Distinctive and curious house names,


letter boxes and garden pieces,
interesting gardens and plants
Evolving over decades this simple, charming,
gothic-style church has walls of rough-
hewn stone and a roof of corrugated iron.
path and up the steps to the entrance,
framed by the cement awning and pillars.

Note the bell and belfry between the church


The town of Kandos began as a private
village to service the cement company
� Arches and Greek columns on
public buildings 1 KANDOS HOTEL 1916 CNR ANGUS AVE AND
WHITE CRES (9D)
and rectory. 14 CATHOLIC CHURCH 1922 DANGAR ST (7J)
This church was built to serve the
dual purpose of church and school. Every
(which closed in 2011). The Kandos Hotel is the oldest commercial ANGUS MEMORIAL HALL 1917
8
� A diversity of housing in ash brick, week the altar was curtained off with green
fibro, cement render, hardiplank, building in Kandos. Tooth and Co paid a ANGUS AVE (9H) velvet curtains. The moveable blackboards
It is one of only a few twentieth century high price for the land in the belief that a
towns in Australia. As you explore the town timber and brick Named after the Chairman of the cement and desks (which converted to high-backed
� Original fencing in ash brick, caveat on all land titles would prevent the company, this hall was the centrepiece of seats for Sunday Mass) were arranged to
note these features: building of another hotel in the town.
concrete and wire Kandos social life in the first two decades. form classes.
Benefits, concerts, balls, church services,

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nearby picturesque Take a road trip to discover the charm of our connect with Kayak or canoe at Dunns Swamp Ganguddy Pack a picnic full of local produce and take

your kin
region’s outlying historic villages. Enjoy a beer Go bushwalking and check out the Pagoda
it to a park or bushland and reconnect with
nature
in a country pub, fossick for gold, capture rock formations

villages
Taste our local cheeses, they’re delicious
heritage streetscapes or simply enjoy the Explore our local parks, feed ducks at
Lawson Park or have fun on the play See how olive oil is made and then put it to
natural beauty and surrounds. equipment in Robertson Park in Mudgee and the taste test
Local tips for the best family Anzac Park or Apex Park in Gulgong
Have a crack at a hole-in-one at putt putt
friendly activities across Throw a line in and jag a fish at golf or one of our scenic golf courses
BYLONG open days to take a peak inside historic homes. If you have a full day, make Windamere Dam
your return journey to Mudgee via Sofala and Ilford. Mudgee Region. Check out the local skate parks
Release your creativity and join a local art
and craft workshop
Just 11km from Rylstone, the very picturesque Bylong Valley was first
explored by William Lawson in 1822 after the discovery of the Goulburn LUE Dunns Swamp Ganduddy Taste a wide range of yummy honey, Learn about country life and where your
River which was named after Henry Goulburn, the Colonial Secretary. Today Lue (chain of waterholes) believed to be pronounced in the Aboriginal discover your favourite flavour food comes from at one of our monthly
the Bylong Valley is a lush and green area famous for racehorse and beef language like ‘Loo-wee’ was originally named Dungaree. The village was Farm Walk Tours
cattle studs. There is a general store, a school and a public hall. Gold pan and fossick in Windeyer or Hill End,
moved to allow for the installation of the rail line in 1884 when it was hire a gold pan or metal detector and try Enjoy the thrill of a helicopter flight, for a
a busy little village on the route to the Hunter Region. In its heyday,
GLEN ALICE Lue boasted a bakery, hotel, blacksmith, two general stores, a product
your luck! bird’s eye view of our good-looking region
Just over 40km from Kandos, Glen Alice sits at the beginning of the merchant and butcher. Today there’s a popular pub, the unique Lue Pottery Explore the southern night skies at the Take a day trip to Dubbo Zoo
Wollemi National Park, a completely uninhabited area which extends and some self-contained and farm stay accommodation options. Take the Mudgee Observatory
Take a dip at one of our pools in Gulgong,
north along the Great Dividing Range. At the north-east end, the Nile scenic drive to Rylstone from Mudgee via Lue. Travel back in time at one of our many Kandos or Mudgee. Pools open on the last
Creek rises and flows down over wide sandy flats. This area is one of heritage museums weekend in September and close on the last
sheep and cattle. It is said to have been much favoured by many artists SOFALA Take a ride at the Mudgee Miniature Railway
Sunday in April, open 7 days
for its scenery and colours. One of the area’s most successful gold mining towns. Gold was still Sofala’s
primary industry right up to the 1940s. Today, you can enjoy the town’s Bushwalk at Munghorn Gap (keep count of
GLEN DAVIS heritage streetscape and still fossick for gold dust in the Turon River. how many types of birds you see), in the
Situated in the Capertee Valley, just over 50km from Rylstone and Kandos, Located just under 50km from Kandos. Goulburn River National Park, Ferntree
the small town of Glen Davis is north of Lithgow and off the road to Gully, The Drip or Wollemi National Park
Mudgee. WINDEYER
Nestled in a beautiful valley 40km south-west of Mudgee, Windeyer is
HARGRAVES steeped in history. Gold was discovered in 1851 and during that era it was
40km from Mudgee, Hargraves is often referred to as the veteran of the common for fossickers to yield up to four ounces of gold per pan. The

pedal it
region’s gold towns. The gold rush began there in 1851 with the discovery of heritage listed 1911 Windeyer Hotel still operates today, as does a caravan There are lots of ways to explore Mudgee Region. Imagine yourself
the famous ‘Kerr’s Hundredweight’, a nugget which contained 1,272 ounces park where you can hire gold panning equipment. Some of the world’s best on a bicycle with the fresh country air filling your lungs and breezing
of gold. Since the surge of miners that followed this discovery, Hargraves is superfine wool comes from this district. through your hair, cycling the region is definitely one of the most
now a quiet and peaceful village with a general store, post office and school. exhilarating ways.
WOLLAR
HILL END The gateway to the Goulburn River National Park. According to records,
Located 72km from Mudgee. This historic gold mining town, once a a noted pastoralist called Fitzgerald was one of the first settlers in From easy rides around town and longer distance The Tinja Lane, Strikes Lane, Mount Pleasant ride Cycling trails
thriving multi-cultural community in the 1870s gold rush era, is today Wollar who employed many shepherds and stockmen to supervise his road trails to single track and dirt roads for offers those with mountain bikes or hybrids the
a quaint heritage town. Home to an eclectic community, where visitors cattle and sheep. The village was officially declared in March 1885. mountain biking, there are plenty of choices for chance to ride some of the dirt back roads close
are welcomed and encouraged to explore the town through its museum, those looking to pedal the region. You can hire or to town. The full ride is around 30km, but there
walking trails, look-outs, gallery, pub, general store and twice annual bring your own. are a number of short cuts along the way should
you not want to go the full distance. This ride
Around town you can ride the cycle path that passes wineries, vineyards and working farms,
Lue Windeyer Hill End Country Charm Farm Life runs along the river from Lawson Park to Walkers giving you the chance to experience the best of
Oval where it crosses the Cudgegong River before our region.
looping back around past the Glenn Willow sports
complex to Lawson Park. As these are not designated cycling tracks, riders
do so at their own risk.
The Rocky Waterhole loop is a favourite amongst
locals. This 25km road ride passes by paddocks on Mudgee Region is also home to a popular cycling
the river flats, open farmland and past the base event and a number of cycling clubs, check out
of Mount Frome, with stunning views across the our website for more information on the annual
Mudgee valley. Bike Muster event.

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PUTTA BUCCA WETLANDS To get there, turn left off the Ulan-Cassilis Road at the
THE DRIP
our great Located off Putta Bucca Road just north of Mudgee, this waterbird paradise exhibits a wide
range of flora and fauna. Easily accessed with a parking area and includes an easy 2km walk and
two newly built birdhides. This is a recreational area for birdwatching, bicycle riding, fishing
and walking.
Bobadeen Road sign, turn sharp left again, and drive 500 metres
to the car park.

The ‘Hands on Rock’ site is 600m from the car park. The path WALKING TRACK
outdoors
has a few roots across it, but is otherwise easy for about 400
metres; then it slopes up steadily to the rock cliffs. There are
FROG ROCK steps along the way, but some loose stones towards the end of
Walkers need to wear sturdy shoes and be of average
This unusual granite rock formation resembles a crouching frog and can be seen on the path require a little care, particularly on the way down. fitness. The track length is approx 1.5km (20 minutes)
the left hand side of the Ulan Cassilis Road, 19km north of Mudgee, 1.5km past One of the features of the walk is the relatively unspoilt forest each way. The track begins at the Northern side of the
Hadabob Road. that surrounds the area. It is typical of the vegetation that once parking area, near the 2nd BBQ and follows a cliff face
covered this part of the ranges. Please treat this area with care adjacent to the Goulburn River. Proceed past the 3rd BBQ
WINDAMERE DAM and respect. A viewing platform has been built, and visitors are
and over a foot bridge.
fun fact Just 19 km south-west of Rylstone on the Cudgegong River in the Cudgegong Valley, and
worth a visit for fishing, watersports, camping and caravanning.
asked not to leave it or the walking path.

Windamere Dam offers some heart-stopping THE DRIP 300m Follow the rock face and cross over a tumble
moments for anglers seeking Murray cod, silver
perch and catfish. However, it’s the thrill of catching
HANDS ON ROCK ‘The Drip’ is a towering sandstone cliff-face adorned with of rocks. Further down the track you come to a
These stencils of hands were made by the Wiradjuri people who occupied most of the weeping grasses and ferns and dripping clear spring water into watercourse (Curra Creek).
Windamere’s golden perch that have the fishing
fanatics excited. central west of what is now New South Wales, and were one of the largest of Aboriginal the river below (and a local favourite). “The Drip” picnic area
language groups. This heritage site is about 12km east of Ulan and 2km on the left hand side is situated 50 km (30 min) north of Mudgee on the Cassilis Rd
past the entrance to ‘The Drip’. (37km from Gulgong) and 10km past the village of Ulan. Turn 600m Cross over the creek and follow the path through
right straight after the white cement bridge. ferns eventually crossing a dry watercourse.

Windamere Dam FERNTREE GULLY 850m The track passes between a large rock on your
This reserve protects an area of unique rainforest and western right and a cliff face on your left. Look for the
plant communities. The track to Ferntree Gully turns off from rock orchids and a small spreading fern with
Bylong Valley Way 17km from Rylstone. It is a further 3 km on round succulent leaves. The track veers close to
an unsealed track to the picnic area and start of walk. the river eventually dropping down onto the sand,
There are a number of walking tracks at Ferntree Gully that passing through a hollowed arch rock. 100 m after
take you down into the cool narrow ferntree-studded valley
the arch on the opposite bank a rock overhang
floor, and/or around the top edge of the rocks where you can
get an overview of the valley and the unusual rock formations contains a Brett Whitley mural done in 1970 by
on either side. Allow a minimum of one hour to do the loop the famous artist.
walk and longer if you linger to enjoy the rock formations,
ferns and orchids along the way. Take food and water. The walk 1km A sign indicates a sharp left turn back to the cliff
through the gully, returning via the top track system, requires face. Follow the track at the base of the cliff line
a reasonable degree of fitness. There is some scrambling over
rocks and some quite steep ascents and descents on the steps until it ends. Cross over a grassy bank.
leading into and out of the gully.
The Drip A sharp turn on the left brings you to the
A damp section of the gully containing many tree ferns is beginning of the Drip. The river flows over a
accessible via a short boardwalk which allows comfortable rock platform at the base of an overhanging
access while protecting this sensitive part of the Reserve. cliff face, dripping clear spring water.

Ferntree Gully Boardwalk The Drip rock face

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today's
fossicking
GULGONG
Gulgong town is built around and over many of the original goldfields. Gulgong
Gold Experience (the location of the original gold discovery) creates an
authentic insight into the Gulgong Gold Rush including a stamper and poppet head
over an original mine shaft. Open 1pm to 3pm 7 days, or call 02 6374 1844.

HARGRAVES
Located 39km from Mudgee, Hargraves’ part in gold rush history is recalled by
the old stamper that stands in the village’s park. An area for gold panning is
next to the bridge over Louisa Creek, The General Store offers gold pans and
other equipment - 02 6373 8540.
Gulgong Gold Experience
HILL END
Hill End is the site of the discovery in 1872 of the famous Holterman Nugget -
the largest single mass of gold ever discovered, weighing in at 285kg. Almost all
the Mudgee Region yielded gold. Large amounts of alluvial gold were recovered
in the last century and some small reefs were mined.

Kayaking at Dunns Swamp Ganguddy The Cudgegong River is renowned as an area where occasional small gems
have been found, including diamonds, sapphires and rubies. The National Parks
and Wildlife Service manages the Hill End historic site, providing a Heritage

dunns swamp (ganguddy) Centre. It is illegal to pan for gold within the town of Hill End, however there is
a fossicking area set aside just north of the town at Tambaroora. The Bald Hill
mine has also been restored and underground tours are held on a regular basis.

Just 25km east of Rylstone this popular camping and picnic spot, located Take to the water by hiring a kayak from Southern Cross Kayaking, based SOFALA
on the banks of the Cudgegong River, is nestled amongst stunning here during summer school holidays and weekends. Camping fees apply. Gold fossicking equipment (except metal detectors but including gold pans) is
sandstone pagoda rock formations. Walking tracks running alongside the also available at the Sofala Souvenir Shop - 02 6337 7075.
waterway include one suitable for wheelchairs and strollers.
TAMBAROORA
Now a ghost town, Tambaroora 3km from Hill End was once a thriving centre
rivalling Hill End in size. The fossicking area is located 67km from Mudgee on
the right hand side of the Hill End Road, at the point where Tambaroora Creek
I Mudgee Region crosses the road. There are allocated areas for fossicking in Tambaroora,
contact the Visitor Information Centre for details - 02 6337 8206.
& WE LOVE FAMILIES WINDEYER
Situated 37km from Mudgee, today the area remains popular for gold
Our kids now know where honey fossicking. There is a fossicking area adjacent to the hotel, on Long Creek and
adjacent to the Meroo Creek Bridge on the Mudgee approach to the village.
comes from. Gold pans and other equipment may be hired from the Bushlands Tourist Park -
- Brendon, Cody, Lara + Eddie 02 6373 8252.

Gulgong

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events summer
mudgee
wine + food festival 9TH SEPTEMBER TO 2ND OCTOBER 2017
for all seasons (DEC TO FEB) You really don’t want to miss this. The best of Mudgee
Kandos Street Machine + Hot Rod Show Region wine + food showcased at our annual festival.
We love celebrating and we’d love you to be The locals love it and so will you.
a part of it. When you next plan your trip
to Mudgee Region be sure to check out our GO TASTING The Stables - Saturday, 16th September 2017
events page. Below is just a hint of what we Taste wines from the Mudgee Wine Show including those that most
have in store. impressed the judges with award winning wines featured.
Gulgong Folk Festival Race Days - year round
GO GRAZING Mudgee Showground - Saturday, 9th September 2017
visit us online Kick things off at 6.30pm with a glass of bubbles before joining our tasting
tables to meet local food producers and sample delectable regional produce.
or at one of our visitor information
centres for up-to- date information Once settled in, our curtain raises for the main event. Wander inside to
on our calendar of events begin your journey with a range of leading Mudgee Region wineries that FLAVOURS OF MUDGEE Market Street - Saturday, 23th September 2017
www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au have teamed up with local producers. Here you will enjoy two courses
Golf - year round Rylstone, Kandos and Gulgong Shows Experience dining right in the heart of Mudgee. Literally. From 4pm the
(canapés and desserts) matched superbly by the wineries with their
selected wines. Mudgee CBD main street closes to traffic and comes alive with festival-
goers savouring the flavours of Mudgee Region. Visitors and locals come
Savour the journey as you make your way around the room sampling the together for this popular street festival to taste local wine, food and

spring
produce in a celebratory atmosphere with the famous clock tower as the
autumn
first of the canapés and paired wines. Once you have sampled them all, it’s
time to start the trail again, sampling the second round of “made to match” backdrop. Seriously good fun, for the entire family.
wines, canapés and desserts. Between each round we invite you to vote for
(SEP TO NOV) (MAR TO MAY) your favourite pair (wine and accompanying produce, that is).

A Day on the Green Music Festival Mudgee Show With an abundance of locally grown + made food, expertly crafted wines
and live music you’re in for a real treat.

immerse yourself
Throughout this month-long celebration, there are loads of events for
you to enjoy.
Flavours of Mudgee Rylstone StreetFeast Footcrush Feast Food + Drink Trail
Many of which are hosted across cellar doors with live music, delectable
lunches, exquisite dinners and public tastings. Check out our website for
this year's program: www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au

winter
(JUN TO AUG)
Mudgee Wine + Food Festival Gulgong Gold + Mining Festival Mudgee Small Farm Field Days every year during
SE P T E MBE R
the mudgee region
Huntington Music Festival Sculptures in the Garden Henry Lawson Festival, Gulgong Mudgee Reader's Festival thrives
IT's WINE festival time
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our
region's markets
3RD SATURDAY
Mudgee Farmers Markets surrounding St Mary’s Catholic Church.
Cnr Market + Church Streets, Mudgee. From 8.30am to 12.30pm.

The Mudgee Region is home to talented artists of all hues. And why 3RD SUNDAY
wouldn’t it be, it truly is an inspiring setting. From felt to photography, Farm Walks. Take a guided tour of a local producer’s farmgate.
paintings, sculpture, jewellery, textiles, metal work and woodwork, the 1ST SATURDAY Go to www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au for online ticket sales, or call
Church Markets in the grounds of St John’s Anglican Church the Mudgee Visitor Information Centre on 02 6372 1020.
variety and quality is quite astounding.
Cnr Church + Market Streets, Mudgee 9am to 1pm (no market in January).
Potter around and find your favourite gallery or studio; you may like to
4TH SATURDAY
2ND SATURDAY Gulgong Markets. Coronation Park, Gulgong, 8am to 1pm.
purchase a piece or two from local artisans and artists to add to your
By the river in picturesque Lawson Park
collection. You’ll also find many local wineries and eateries embracing local
art with pieces on display on walls or in their gardens.
Cnr Church + Short Streets, Mudgee , 8am to 1pm. 5TH SUNDAY
Rylstone Artisan + Produce Markets at Rylstone Memorial Hall Kandos Markets. St Laurences Anglican Church, 9am to 1pm.
Louee Street, Rylstone, 9am to 1pm. (No market in June, July, August)
It’s worth checking out our Town Walk Maps (you’ll find them in the town’s
Art spaces
section in this guide) to absorb the heritage of our region. Don’t forget to
take your camera, a selfie or two may well be in order (#mudgeeregion).
When on holidays it’s comforting to know you can indulge without guilt,

HERITAGE + MUSEUMS
AT T R A C T I O N S right? That’s why we know you won’t want to miss out on our fabulous
boutique + chic shopping precinct. Perfect for the indulgent traveller, grab
a coffee and go for a wander, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with what you’ll
find. But sometimes you just want to kick back and have someone else do
the work, or be your designated driver (it is a wine region after all). It’s a
good thing we have a bunch of really talented and informative people on

absorb
standby to do just that.

And a country town just isn’t a country town without markets to explore.
Why not time your visit to coincide with one of our regular monthly markets
and discover a range of stall holders to grab some locally grown produce,
freshly made breads and cheeses, olive oil, handmade textiles, arts and
crafts, jewellery, pre-loved books, clothes, knick-knacks and more.

With stunning heritage streetscapes and


museums run by passionate people, to boutique
+ chic shopping precincts and galleries + studios,
you’ll find yourself wishing you’d stayed
another day. And if you really just want to sit
back and have someone else do all the hard
work, we can organise that too. Oh, and we have
markets (really good ones).
Explore the region

BE GUIDED + ATTRACTIONS
MARKETS

I Mudgee Region
& WE LOVE RETIREES
The choice is easy - fabulous food,
wine, coffee and golf courses.
- Ken Sutcliffe

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BE GUIDED + ATTRACTIONS

BOUTIQUE + CHIC
GALLERIES + STUDIOS
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WINERIES + DISTILLERIES

sw irl + sip
With over 40 family-owned cellar doors
producing a variety of wines, all designed to reset
and impress your palate, the hardest choice will Swirl + Sip
be which cellar door to visit first.

Winemakers across the Mudgee Region are extraordinarily passionate


about impressing your palate. They seek to make each wine unique and
compelling. They achieve this through diversity of climate, soil and wine
making technique (and an unadulterated love for what they do).

This provides an unparalleled opportunity to sample great wines with


personality and character while relaxing in a sophisticated yet peaceful and
welcoming country setting away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

In Mudgee, you will discover older wine styles fondly remembered from the
past right alongside exciting new wines relatively unknown here,
yet are household names in other parts of the world.

Most importantly, you’ll meet people who adore what they do. You’ll find
the unmistakable stamp of concentration, character and European finesse
demonstrated in our wines, carefully matched to complement local produce
at one of our region’s many impressive eateries. I Mudgee Region
September is an excellent time to visit the region to experience our food and & WE LOVE LEADING LIFESTYLERS VINIFERA
wine festival. Chat to the winemakers about their recent vintage and take a
moment to swirl and sip their latest releases. Discover which Mudgee wine Named Mudgee’s Best
you like best and match it to local artisan cheeses. There are loads of delicious We’re on vine time, not a timeline.
food and wine events held throughout the month at various picturesque Small Cellar Door in 2017
locations, simply jump online to find out more. - Victoria + Sandy by Gourmet Traveller
Proudly family-owned
Harvest and Certified Organic
CELLAR DOOR

Taste our award-winning range of


unique Spanish varieties and more.
Visit us 7 days a week,

194 Henry Lawson Drive,


Mudgee 2850 | 02 6372 2461
sales@vinifera.com.au

www.viniferawines.com.au

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CELLAR DOOR

the cellar by gilbert

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CELLAR DOOR

WINES & GUESTHOUSE

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mudgee
CELLAR DOOR

wine
region
Over 40 cellar doors

With elevations from 430m to over 1100m From the well-loved classics of Chardonnay,
above sea level, Mudgee has a reputation for Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and
exceptional quality wines in a diverse range Shiraz to those increasing in popularity such as
of varieties. Pinot Grigio, Riesling, Sangiovese, Tempranillo,
Barbera and more.

Botobolar
is the first organically certified
vineyard in australia!
100%
12 MI

NS
FA
LY IO
O W N E D O P E R AT

Hectares
of vineyard area (151 separate vineyards)
WINERIES
40+
Annual harvest
production cellar
of 16,000T
or about
doors

14 diversity of
grape growing
James Halliday Wine Companion 2017
Red 5 Star Wineries
million - Huntington Estate, Robert Oatley
Vineyards and Robert Stein Winery
if you just can't get
enough of mudgee
bottles in the region 4.5 Star Wineries
Mudgee is known for its warm summer - Lowe Wine and Ernest Schuetz

1850’s
region wine, let’s days and cool evenings. Our elevation Estate Wines
face it you’re only allows for a slower ripening period which
makes the area ideal for producing wines
human, be sure to with great intensity of colour and flavour.
ask for them at
First planted in Originally, grapes were planted here in 5 Star Wineries
your local eatery the 1850’s in soils that are typically a - Huntington Estate and Logan Wines
1850’s during the red brown loam with a subsoil rich in clay.
or bottle shop.
‘Gold Rush’ This allows for healthy root growth,
good water infiltration and aeration.

MUDGEE

HOME OF

mudgee A rare and unique expression of the Mudgee wine region, AUSTRALIAN
representing the area's finest viticultural and winemaking
skills. Selections of gold medal winning red wines from
CHARDONNAY

gold
the Mudgee Wine Show are expertly blended to create an
exclusive and limited-edition wine. Purchase the current

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vintage at Roth's Wine Bar, The Wineglass Bar and Grill,
Robert Stein Winery and Pipeclay Pumphouse.
MUDGEE REGION
CELLAR DOORS

cellar doors
Baker Williams Distillery I9 First Ridge Wines R12 Pieter van Gent Winery + Vineyard G10 Vinifera Wines Ÿ I9
Blacklea Vineyard Ÿ K1 Gooree Park Wines A2 Robert Oatley Vineyards Ÿ G9 Walter Wines H7
Botobolar Vineyard + Estate Winery B16 Huntington Estate G11 Robert Stein Winery Ÿ F12 Yeates Wines (by appointment) H8
Bunnamagoo Estate Wines F9 Logan Wines Ÿ V15 Rosby Wines E10
Burnbrae Wines Ÿ K2 Lowe Wines Ÿ F7 SHORT SHEEP Micro-Winery + Vineyard G11
Burrundulla Wines P9 Mansfield Wines H10 Skimstone Wines V15
Charnwood Estate Wines M7 Moothi Estate Ÿ N12 Slowfox Wines G11 Open 7 days
De Beaurepaire Wines N17 Mudgee Brewing Co. Ÿ L7 The Cellar by Gilbert Ÿ K8 Opening Hours Vary
di Lusso Estate Ÿ H10 Mudgee Honey Haven Ÿ J5 The Olive Nest & 1838 Wines G12
Elephant Mountain Wines N17 Mudgee Wines H9 The Small Winemakers Centre Ÿ J9 Ÿ Restaurant/Lunches/Platters -
Ernest Schuetz Estate Wines *Due to open March 2018 G4 Naked Lady Wines Ÿ N17 Thistle Hill Wines K1 check availability
Farmers Daughter Wines G11 Petersons of Mudgee H11 Thumbprint Wines Ÿ I10

Wine for every season


mudgee region virtual cellar doors
Heslop Wines www.heslopwines.com.au
Elephant Mountain Wines www.elephantmountain.com.au
Yeates Wines www.yeateswines.com.au

Produced for tourism purposes and may not feature all roads.
For detailed maps please contact Mid-Western Regional Council.
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Functions/Conferences/Weddings

CELLAR DOOR
FARMER’S DAUGHTER WINES
Fall in Love with a Farmer’s Daughter.

Cellar Door/Tasting Room

Spiritis/ Liqueurs/Meads

White Other (inc blends)


Organic Wines Available
Farmers Daughter Wines is a family owned

(D = Daily W = Weekends S = Select times)

Reds Other (inc blends)

Sweet/ Dessert Wine


and operated vineyard and cellar door,

Cabernet Sauvignon
offering fun and friendly service. Enjoy

Disabled Facilities
Lunches/Platters

Pinot Gris/ Grigio

Spanish Varieties

Sparkling White
Sauvignon Blanc
our award winning wines. Relax in our

Italian Varieties
Accommodation

Fortified Wines
Kid's Activities
Local Produce

Sparkling Red
BBQ Facilities
picturesque wine garden. Stay with us in

Pet Friendly

Chardonnay
Restaurant

Art Gallery
one of our 5 fully self contained cottages,

Pinot Noir

Verdelho
Semillon
perfect for wedding parties large groups

Verjuice
Riesling
Merlot

Shiraz
and family gatherings. Open 7 days.
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Rose
Sun – Fri 10-4, Sat – 10-5.
791 ULAN ROAD, MUDGEE 2850
BAKER WILLIAMS DISTILLERY 48      • 02 6373 3177
BLACKLEA VINEYARD 46   W  • • • • • • • • FARMERSDAUGHTERWINE@BIGPOND.COM
BOTOBOLAR VINEYARD 47 WWW.FARMERSDAUGHTERWINES.COM.AU
       • • • • • • • •
BUNNAMAGOO WINES 48  S     • • • • • • • • • • • • •
BURNBRAE WINES 36   D     • • • • • • • • •
BURRUNDULLA WINES 45   D     • • • • • • • • • •
CHARNWOOD ESTATE WINES 48      • • • • • •
DE BEAUREPAIRE WINES 34  S  • • • • • • • • • •
DI LUSSO ESTATE 36   D      • • • • • • • • • • •
ELEPHANT MOUNTAIN WINES         • • • •
ERNEST SCHUETZ ESTATE WINES 40      • • • • • • • • • • • • •
FARMER'S DAUGHTER WINES 45    • • • • • • • • • • •
FIRST RIDGE WINES 37   S   • • • •
GOOREE PARK WINES 46   S   • • • • • • • • • • • • •
HESLOP WINES • • • • • • • • • • •
HUNTINGTON ESTATE 46     • • • • • • • • • • •
LOGAN WINES 37   D  • • • • • • • • • • • • •
LOWE WINE 35   D     • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
MANSFIELD WINES 37    • • • • • • •
MOOTHI ESTATE 45   D   • • • • • • • • • • • • •
MUDGEE BREWING CO. 48  D     

MUDGEE HONEY HAVEN 48       •


MUDGEE WINES  W     • • • • • • • • • • •
NAKED LADY WINES  D   • • • •
PETERSONS OF MUDGEE 47      • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
PIETER VAN GENT WINERY + VINEYARD 39      • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
ROBERT OATLEY VINEYARDS 39   W   • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
ROBERT STEIN WINERY 40      • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
ROSBY WINES 38     • • • • •
SHORT SHEEP MICRO-WINERY 39     • • • • • • • • • • • •
SKIMSTONE WINES 48   S   • • • • •
SLOWFOX WINES 47   S    • • • • • • •
THE CELLAR BY GILBERT 36   D      • • • • • • • • • • • •
THE OLIVE NEST & 1838 WINES    • • • • • • • •
THE SMALL WINEMAKERS CENTRE 38     • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
THISTLE HILL ORGANIC WINES 38        • • • • • • • • •
THUMBPRINT WINES 45   S    • • • • • • • • • • •
VINIFERA WINES 35        • • • • • • • • •
WALTER WINES 40   S     • • • • • • •
YEATES WINES • • •
Whilst every care is taken to ensure all information in this listing is correct, Mudgee Region Tourism Inc. accepts no responsibility for errors or omissions.

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HAND-PICKED & TASTE OUR RANGE OUR CELLAR DOOR
HANDMADE WINES OF WINES INCLUDING IS FAMILY & PET
ON A FAMILY OWNED OUR AWARD WINNING FRIENDLY WITH A PLAY
& RUN VINEYARD MALBEC AREA FOR THE KIDS

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A C C O M M O D AT I O N

rest your head


CELLAR DOOR

pick a style
that suits you
Boutique Hotels
Stylish small hotel, situated in a
fashionable location
Offering Comfy beds, hospitable hosts and loads of country charm.
Amid the calm and tranquillity of Mudgee Region, you’ll Whether you’re looking for the romance of a country B+B’s + Guesthouses
Welcoming accommodation, often
find an array of places to stay with the perfect place escape, a place to celebrate with friends or a desire with a meal in the morning
to rest your head. to explore our region’s heritage you will find a great
range of lodging options, making Mudgee Region the Home-away-from-Home
Just a three and a half hour road trip, or 45 minute obvious choice for your next getaway. Self-contained accommodation, with
flight, from Sydney you’ll find an ideal escape from the the creature comforts of home
hustle and bustle of the city.
Hotels + Resorts
Offering more than just a room with
a wide-range of facilities for the
discerning traveller

Motels
Designed perfectly for the motorist,
with a range of friendly hotel services

Caravan Parks
For the explorers out there, park your
caravan, find the comfort of a cabin or
pitch your own tent

Unique spaces Sophisticated country style

Gin, vodka

BOUTIQUE HOTELS + GLAMPING


schnapps
liqueurs
Tours & Tastings
BREWERIES + DISTILLERIES

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BOUTIQUE HOTELS + GLAMPING

B&BS + GUESTHOUSES
2016 Gold

Unique Accommodation
B&BS + GUESTHOUSES

NAME: Karrabool Olives JOB: Labels DATE: 21.06.2012

Karrabool Extra Virgin Olive Oil Karrabool


(EVOO) is an award winning single (EVOO) is an
estate oil grown and pressed in the estate oil gro
Mudgee region of NSW. It is made Mudgee reg
from a blend of Tuscan and Greek from a blen
olive variees Correggiola, Leccino, olive variee
Frantoio and Koroneiki. EVOO is high Frantoio and
in anoxidants and has numerous in anoxida
health benefits with a free fay acid health benefi
profile of less than 0.8%. profile
Use Karrabool Olive Oil in all Use Karra
cooking, drizzle over hot vegetables, cooking, drizz
salads and pasta. Delicious as a salads and
dipping oil with fresh bread. dipping o
Store in a cool dark place. Seal well Store in a co
aer opening. a

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION NUTRITIO


Serving size 15mL Serv
Average quanty Ave
Per serving Per 100mL Per
Energy 505kJ 3367kJ Energy
EXTRA VIRGIN Protein 0.0g 0.0g Protein

EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL OLIVE OIL
Fat – Total 13.6g 91.0g Fat – Total
- saturated 2.2g 14.7g - saturated
Carbohydrate 0.0g 0.0g Carbohydrate
- sugars 0.0g 0.0g - sugars

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Sodium 0mg 0mg Sodium

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David Sargeant & Judy Rogers
KARR
David Sarg
408 Botobolar Rd. Mudgee 408 Boto
NSW 2850 Australia NSW
Mob 0410 477 688 Mob
B&BS + GUESTHOUSES
B&BS + GUESTHOUSES

COMFORT INN ADEN MUDGEE


“We’ll look after you”
We offer a range of 46 spacious rooms
and 7 serviced apartments. Our restaurant,
Palate Mudgee, will treat you to great food
matched with local wines.
We pride ourselves in offering genuine
hospitality, care and professional service.
We’ll make your stay as comfortable as
possible so that you can relax, recharge and

HOTELS + RESORTS
explore the region we are proud to call home.
1 SYDNEY ROAD, MUDGEE 2850
02 6372 1122
STAY@ADENMUDGEE.COM.AU
WWW.ADENMUDGEE.COM.AU

HOME AWAY FROM HOME


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HOME AWAY FROM HOME

HOME AWAY FROM HOME


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MOTELS
HOME AWAY FROM HOME
MOTELS

Motel Ningana
Feel at Home with the cosiness and convenience
of your unit – “A Very Nice Place To Be...”
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!

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HOLIDAY PARKS + CAMPSITES
MOTELS

HAPPY DAYS!
Ingenia Holidays Mudgee Valley is your idyllic country
holiday, surrounded by rolling hills and close proximity
HOLIDAY PARKS + CAMPSITES

to the region’s best wineries. We offer a range of


accommodation options including cabins, caravans &
camping. It’s the ideal holiday spot for group
get-togethers, family getaways or a relaxing break.

2-8 Bell Street, Mudgee NSW 2850


p 02 6372 1236 e mudgeevalley@ingeniaholidays.com.au
ingeniaholidays.com.au/mudgeevalley

Ingenia Holidays Mudgee is set amongst


15 acres of peaceful, secluded and
beautifully landscaped grounds with a
variety of cabin accommodation,
as well as caravan and camping sites,
all conveniently located close to the
centre of town and only a short stroll
to the local golf course.

71 Lions Drive, Mudgee NSW 2850


p 02 6374 1090
e mudgee@ingeniaholidays.com.au
ingeniaholidays.com.au/mudgee

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S E R V ING F R E S H F R O T HIE S S INC E 1820

COUNTRY PUBS, COUNTRY HOSPITALITY


country pubs, country hospitality
Pubs are often the focal point of any country community, and there’s nothing quite as comforting
as an ice cold beer and hearty pub grub to restore the weary traveller. A country escape is simply
incomplete without a pub stop (or few) along the way.
Beer tasting Across the Mudgee Region you bed accommodation options for
will find a number of great pubs the budget conscious traveller.
oozing character and charm. If live music and a chance to
From buildings that cling to their meet the locals is your thing,
heritage with welcoming spaces then why not stop by.
to robust new places, you won’t
go wrong if you stop by and say Our country pubs serve up local
g’day to the local publican. wines and excellent food, often
based on local ingredients, they
With clean and tidy essentials, are sure to radiate country
many of our pubs offer comfy hospitality.

Live music

AHA AWARD WINNING


ORI KITCHEN!

Ice cold beer


Words of wisdom

oriental hotel PUB S T YLE ORI KITCHEN


Boutique beers & ciders on tap, ACCO MMO DATI O N Famous for its food the
plus a large selection of local wines
3 Bedroom self contained cottage ‘Ori Kitchen’ features Aussie
accommodation next door Grass Fed steaks & burgers, classic
LI VE E NTE R TAI NME NT
pizzas, fish & chips plus a wide
S ATURDAY NI GHT S I ND O O R & O UTD O O R range of Modern Australia fare
Sports bar, TAB & outdoor D I NI NG & B AR S PACE S
smoking lounge Don’t miss our
Functions rooms & function menus homemade desserts!

Corner of Lewis & Mortimer Streets Mudgee


Open 7 Days enquiries@orientalhotel.com.au
lunch & dinner 02 6372 1074 | www.orientalhotel.com.au

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COUNTRY PUBS, COUNTRY HOSPITALITY


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FRESH + LOCAL
I Mudgee Region
Your taste buds will never with beans sourced from Vanuatu, made right & WE LOVE FOODIES
FOODIES DELIGHT
here in Mudgee.
quite be the same after sampling The rich produce and authenticity
Mudgee Region’s locally foraged Fresh is best and you can’t beat free range lamb,
beef, pork and yabbies for your protein hit. All of the place works for us.
produce. The best thing is,

treat
feature on local menus across the region, that’s - Melissa + Lee
there’s more than one way to the beauty about dining in the country.
Local artisans do love sharing their food dreams.
get into it. So, why not meet them in person to say hello
and grab some tucker at our monthly Farmer’s
Loads of Australia’s finest foodies are bragging Markets and Farm Walks.
about their Mudgee Region experience, so why
not see for yourself what all the fuss is about. With country charm and a sophisticated café
culture, enticing coffee aromas around town will
Mudgee has long been famed for its sweet sweet draw you in. Kick back for a lazy long late brunch
honey. We’re also home to, and a major producer or lunch. Just delicious.
of, olives and high quality olive oils. You’re a
nut fan? That’s ok; we have a delicious range of And our wine bars don’t just do wine.
hazelnuts and pistachios too. They have a selection of craft beers and
ciders and offer sophisticated bar food
And you haven’t tried local until you’ve sampled and more extensive dining options, again
our cheeses (feta fanatics regularly revisit to highlighting the region’s abundance of locally Toasty Dinners
restock), the perfect accompaniment to Mudgee grown produce.
wine. But, if sweet is more your thing we still
have you covered with award winning chocolate, Go on, enjoy it like the locals do. Eat and treat
yourself across the Mudgee Region.

pick a style Feast Pub grub


A sophisticated place to meet, sit and eat Hearty meals and long time favourites
that suits you
Café culture Fresh + Local
Coffee aromas fill the air in an informal Produce to taste or take home
dining space

Wine bar
Sophisticated tasting plates and
more extensive menus, to perfectly
complement wine selections

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FRESH + LOCAL

FEAST
CAFE CULTURE

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DES TINATION E VENTS

romance
FEAST

Wide open spaces, a country setting, locally


sourced wine and food, romance...you’ll be hard
pressed to find a better place to host your next
event or celebrate your big day.
Celebrate in style
Mudgee Region is easy to find yet has all the ingredients to make an
extraordinarily romantic and truly unique wedding or spectacular
place to book for your business event, conference or incentive.

HOST + ROMANCE
Weddings, reunions, parties, business conferences and industry
functions, Mudgee Region offers it all and we love making your guests
feel like they’re part of the family.

The range of venues, wine, caterers and chefs, musicians and


decorators in the Mudgee Region will surprise you. We specialise
in events from intimate weddings to huge expos, conferences or
sporting events. We have a vast array of accommodation options and
excellent venues. Add to that a range of leisurely activities to keep
partners and families happy. With vineyards, restaurants, clubs, bars,
gardens, caterers, florists, celebrants, video experts, hire companies and
decorators – whatever you need, someone or somewhere in the region
can cater to deliver your special event.

WEDDINGS ARE OUR THING


I Mudgee Region
WINE BAR

It’s the perfect destination for your city-dwelling friends to escape and
celebrate with you. Packed with appealing things to see, do, eat and drink,
you’ll find that many guests stay an extra few days to take in the fresh
& WE LOVE FRIENDS TRAVELLING TOGETHER country air and reset their senses. You’ll like the cost too. A wedding in
Mudgee Region is generally around a third of the cost of a city wedding.
Experienced wedding professionals will go the extra mile for you, it’s the
We love jumping in the car for a country way. You might like to consider having your wedding at an historic
road trip, this town has serious church, a hip new wine bar, candle-lit cellar door or amongst the vines. So
brag-ability. much is possible in Mudgee Region.

- Celia, Rachel + Kirsty We cater for a wide range of wedding styles and sizes, from an intimate
setting for just 20 guests to a big celebration for 850.

Delectable Desserts

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ƒƒ CENTRAL MOTEL 120 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 2268 CENTRAL@HWY.COM.AU Y Y ƒƒ B+B AT DEEBS KITCHEN CNR CASSILIS RD + MUDGEE 02 6373 3133 DEEBSKITCHEN@BIGPOND.COM WWW.DEEBSKITCHEN.COM.AU Y N N N
BUCKAROO LANE
ƒƒ CUDGEGONG VALLEY MOTEL 212 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 4322 STAY@CUDGEGONGVALLEYMOTEL.COM.AU WWW.CUDGEGONGVALLEYMOTEL.COM.AU 58 Y Y N Y
ƒƒ BAILEYS RUN COTTAGE 51 BROWNS LANE RYLSTONE 0419 413 573 SCARNEGIE-SMITH@HOTMAIL.COM N Y Y Y
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ƒƒ BUSHLANDS TOURIST PARK 1879 WINDEYER RD WINDEYER 02 6373 8252 INFO@BTPARK.COM.AU 59 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ MERRYULA COTTAGE 161 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 0529 INFO@COLONIALCOURTVILLAS.COM.AU WWW.COLONIALCOURTVILLAS.COM.AU Y Y N N BUSHLANDSTOURISTPARK.COM.AU
ƒƒ MIDGEE COTTAGE 112-114 BELLEVUE RD MUDGEE 0428 238 604 SJOHNSTON.MIDGEE@BIGPOND.COM N N N N ƒƒ CUDGEGONG WATERS PARK 1858 CUDGEGONG RD RYLSTONE 02 6358 8462 INFO@CUDGEGONGWATERSWINDAMERE.COM.AU WWW.CUDGEGONGWATERSPARKWINDAMEREDAM.COM 59 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ 118 MORTIMER 'KYTHERA' 118 MORTIMER ST MUDGEE 0427 110 956 118MORTIMER@GMAIL.COM WWW.MORTIMERACCOMMODATION.COM.AU N Y N Y ƒƒ HENRY LAWSON CARAVAN PARK 8 GOOLMA RD GULGONG 02 6374 1294 HENRYLAWSONCPARK@BIGPOND.COM WWW.HENRYLAWSONCARAVANPARK.COM.AU N Y N Y
ƒƒ NINGANA TERRACE HOUSES 76 MORTIMER ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1133 MOTEL_NINGANA@BIGPOND.COM WWW.MOTELNINGANA.COM.AU Y Y N N ƒƒ INGENIA HOLIDAYS MUDGEE 71 LIONS DRIVE MUDGEE 02 6372 1090 MUDGEE@INGENIAHOLIDAYS.COM.AU WWW.INGENIAHOLIDAYS.COM.AU/MUDGEE 58 N Y Y Y
WWW.NATIONALPARKS.NSW.GOV.AU/ ƒƒ INGENIA HOLIDAYS MUDGEE
ƒƒ NORTHEYS OF HILL END 1 CLARKE ST HILL END 0407 187 275 NORTHEYS@HILLEND.NET THINGS-TO-DO/HISTORIC-BUILDINGS-PLACES/ N N N N 2 - 8 BELL ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1236 MUDGEEVALLEY@INGENIAHOLIDAYS.COM.AU WWW.INGENIAHOLIDAYS.COM.AU/MUDGEEVALLEY 58 N Y Y Y
VALLEY
NORTHEYS-STORE
ƒƒ INLAND WATERS HOLIDAY BURRENDONG
ƒƒ OLD BARA GUESTHOUSE OLD BARA, 631 BARA RD MUDGEE 02 6373 6555 STAY@OLDBARA.COM.AU WWW.OLDBARA.COM.AU N Y Y Y YARRABIN 02 6373 0378 INFO@CUDGEGONGRIVERPARK.COM.AU WWW.INLANDWATERS.COM.AU 59 N Y Y Y
PARKS CUDGEGONG RIVER DAM RD
ƒƒ OWL HEAD LODGE 241 BERGALIN RD GULGONG 0473 742 744 OWLHEADLODGE@BIGPOND.COM WWW.OWLHEADLODGE.COM.AU 54 N ƒƒ MUDGEE RIVERSIDE
Y Y N CARAVAN PARK 22 SHORT ST MUDGEE 02 6372 2531 INFO@MUDGEERIVERSIDE.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEERIVERSIDE.COM.AU 59 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ PEPPERCORN COTTAGES OAKVILLE 845 NARRANGO RD RYLSTONE 02 6379 6292 OAKVILLE@TECHTERNATIVES.COM WWW.PEPPERCORNCOTTAGES.COM N Y Y N
ƒƒ ROSEBANK ESTATE MUDGEE 11 COMMON RD MUDGEE 0413 099 661 ROSEBANKMUDGEE@GMAIL.COM N Y Y N
ƒƒ SHORT SHEEP VINEYARD STAYS
ƒƒ STAGS HEAD RETREAT
47 BUCKAROO LANE
939 HENRY LAWSON DR
MUDGEE
EURUNDEREE
02 6373 3762
02 6372 7650
STAYS@SHORTSHEEP.COM.AU
ENQUIRIES@PERRYSTREETHOTEL.COM.AU
WWW.SHORTSHEEP.COM.AU
WWW.PEPPERTREEHILL.COM.AU
Y
55 N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
HOTELS + RESORTS
ƒƒ THE COACH HOUSE 5 LAWSON ST MUDGEE 0428 750 292 HIGHVALLEY137@GMAIL.COM Y N Y N
ƒƒ THE GUESTHOUSE - HILL END 26 ENGLISH LANE HILL END 0408 969 481 STAY@THEGUESTHOUSEHILLEND.COM.AU WWW.THEGUESTHOUSEHILLEND.COM.AU 53 Y Y N N BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ THE HORATIO COTTAGE 15 HORATIO ST MUDGEE 02 6372 7727 INFO@THEHORATIO.COM.AU WWW.THEHORATIO.COM.AU N Y N N ƒƒ COMFORT INN ADEN MUDGEE 1 SYDNEY RD MUDGEE 02 6372 1122 STAY@ADENMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.ADENMUDGEE.COM.AU 53 Y Y Y N
ƒƒ THE LOOKOUT 533 LUE RD MUDGEE 0422 128 651 THELOOKOUT533@BIGPOND.COM N Y N Y
ƒƒ PARKLANDS RESORT MUDGEE 121 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6372 4500 RESERVATIONS@PARKLANDSRESORT.COM.AU WWW.PARKLANDSRESORT.COM.AU 53 Y Y Y N
ƒƒ THE TANNERY 48 LAWSON ST MUDGEE 0411 020 574 ENQUIRIES@THETANNERYMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.THETANNERYMUDGEE.COM.AU 56 N Y N Y
ƒƒ TURON GATES TURON GATES RD CAPERTEE 02 9969 9818 BOOKINGS@TURONGATES.COM WWW.TURONGATES.COM 53 Y
ƒƒ YARRAWONGA CEDAR COTTAGES 334 KAINS FLAT RD KAINS FLAT 0499 186 326 ENQUIRY@YARRAWONGACOTTAGES.COM.AU WWW.YARRAWONGACOTTAGES.COM.AU Y Y N Y

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explore + absorb HEALTH + WELLBEING
GALLERIES + STUDIOS BUSINESS NAME
ƒƒ ULTIMATE CARE SKIN + BODY
ADDRESS
61 CHURCH ST
SUBURB PHONE
MUDGEE
EMAIL
02 6372 4344 MARG@ULTIMATECAREMUDGEE.COM.AU
WEB
WWW.ULTIMATECAREMUDGEE.COM.AU
PG
Y N Y N
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ ADHOC FURNITURE
ƒƒ ART AND CRAFTS MUDGEE
79 ANGUS AV
MUDGEE RAILWAY STATION,
CNR CHURCH + INGLIS ST
KANDOS
MUDGEE
0427 416 171 INFO@BRETTNUTTING.COM.AU
02 6372 2822 ARTANDCRAFTSMUDGEE@GMAIL.COM
WWW.BRETTNUTTING.COM.AU
WWW.ARTANDCRAFTSMUDGEE.COM.AU 33
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
HERITAGE + MUSEUMS
ƒƒ FAIRVIEW ARTSPACE 6 HENRY LAWSON DR MUDGEE 02 6372 2850 INFO@FAIRVIEWARTSPACE.COM WWW.FAIRVIEWARTSPACE.COM N Y Y Y
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ GALLERY FORTY SEVEN 47 LOUEE ST RYLSTONE 02 6379 1345 GINNY@NUMBERFORTYSEVEN.COM.AU N Y Y N
ƒƒ LUE POTTERY 25 HARPUR ST LUE 02 6374 6419 DJHOWARD@HWY.COM.AU WWW.LUEPOTTERY.HWY.COM.AU N Y N Y ƒƒ GULGONG GOLD EXPERIENCE TOM SAUNDERS AVE GULGONG 02 6374 1844 MAIL@GULGONGGOLD.COM.AU WWW.GULGONGGOLD.COM.AU N Y Y Y
ƒƒ THE MUD FACTORY 15B LEWIS ST MUDGEE 0401 175 148 TONI@THEMUDFACTORY.COM.AU WWW.THEMUDFACTORY.COM.AU Y Y Y Y ƒƒ GULGONG PIONEERS MUSEUM 73 HERBERT ST GULGONG 02 6374 1513 MAIL@GULGONGMUSEUM.COM WWW.GULGONGMUSEUM.COM N Y Y N
ƒƒ WARBEHR 93 MARKET ST MUDGEE 0402 848 634 INFO@WARBEHR.COM.AU WWW.WARBEHR.COM.AU Y Y Y Y ƒƒ HENRY LAWSON CENTRE 147 MAYNE ST GULGONG 02 6374 2049 HENRYLAWSONGULGONG@YAHOO.COM.AU WWW.HENRYLAWSONGULGONG.ORG.AU 31 N Y Y N
ƒƒ HISTORY HILL 3458 HILL END RD HILL END 02 6337 8222 HISTORYHILL@HISTORYHILL.COM.AU WWW.HISTORYHILL.COM.AU N Y Y N
ƒƒ KANDOS MUSEUM 22 BUCHANAN ST KANDOS 02 6376 4600 INFO@KANDOSMUSEUM.ORG.AU WWW.KANDOSMUSEUM.ORG.AU 31 Y Y Y N

MARKETS ƒƒ MUDGEE COLONIAL INN MUSEUM


ƒƒ ROBERT STEIN MOTORCYCLE
126 MARKET ST
PIPECLAY LANE
MUDGEE
MUDGEE
02 6372 7395 ENQUIRIES@MUDGEEMUSEUM.COM
02 6373 3991 INFO@ROBERTSTEIN.COM.AU
WWW.MUDGEEMUSEUM.COM
WWW.ROBERTSTEIN.COM.AU
31 N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
MUSEUM
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ MUDGEE FARMERS MARKETS
ƒƒ RYLSTONE ARTISAN +
PRODUCE MARKETS
CNR CHURCH + MARKET ST MUDGEE
RYLSTONE MEMORIAL
HALL, LOUEE ST RYLSTONE
0412 222 442
0425 242 510
FARMERSMARKET@MUDGEEFINEFOODS.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEFINEFOODS.COM.AU
RYLSTONEMARKETS@HOTMAIL.COM WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/RYLSTONEMARKETS
30 N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y swirl + sip
CELLAR DOORS
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
BE GUIDED + ATTRACTIONS ƒƒ BLACKLEA VINEYARD
ƒƒ BOTOBOLAR VINEYARD +
29 ALEXANDER RD
89 BOTOBOLAR RD
MUDGEE
MUDGEE
02 6373 3366 BLACKLEA@ACTIV8.NET.AU
02 6373 3840 SALES@BOTOBOLAR.COM
WWW.BLACKLEAVINEYARD.COM.AU
WWW.BOTOBOLAR.COM
46
47
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
N
Y
ESTATE WINERY
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG ƒƒ BUNNAMAGOO WINES 603 HENRY LAWSON DR MUDGEE 02 6373 3046 CELLARDOOR@BUNNAMAGOOWINES.COM.AU WWW.BUNNAMAGOOWINES.COM.AU 48 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ BURNBRAE WINES 548 HILL END RD MUDGEE 02 6373 3504 CHEERS@BURNBRAEWINES.COM.AU WWW.BURNBRAEWINES.COM.AU 36 N Y Y N
ƒƒ BALLOON ALOFT 433 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 4990 9242 BALLOONS@BALLOONALOFT.COM WWW.BALLOONALOFT.COM 32 N N N N 234 CASTLEREAGH
ƒƒ BURRUNDULLA WINES MUDGEE 02 6372 9532 INFO@BURRUNDULLA.COM.AU WWW.BURRUNDULLA.COM.AU 45 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ CAPERTEE VALLEY HELICOPTERS 4675 CASTLEREAGH HIGHWAY
CAPERTEE 0488 488 607 ENQUIRIES@CAPERTEEHELICOPTERS.COM.AU WWW.CAPERTEEVALLEYHELICOPTERS.COM.AU 32 N Y Y Y
HIGHWAY ƒƒ CHARNWOOD ESTATE 101 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 3333 CHARNWD@HWY.COM.AU WWW.CHARNWOODESTATE.COM.AU 48 Y Y Y N
ƒƒ MUDGEE EXPLORER TOURS MUDGEE 0474 971 785 BRONNY@MUDGEEEXPLORERTOURS.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEEXPLORERTOURS.COM.AU 32 N Y N Y ƒƒ DE BEAUREPAIRE WINES 182 CUDGEGONG RD RYLSTONE 0429 787 705 TASTINGROOM@DEBEAUREPAIREWINES.COM WWW.DEBEAUREPAIREWINES.COM 34 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ MUDGEE HELICOPTERS 347 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6372 4918 TOURS@COMMERCIALHELICOPTERS.COM WWW.MUDGEEHELICOPTERS.COM N Y Y N ƒƒ DI LUSSO ESTATE 162 EURUNDEREE LANE MUDGEE 02 6373 3125 SALES@DILUSSO.COM.AU WWW.DILUSSO.COM.AU 36 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ MUDGEE MINIATURE RAILWAY 530 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6373 3626 KINGPETER2850@GMAIL.COM 32 N Y N Y ƒƒ ELEPHANT MOUNTAIN WINES 1011 PYANGLE RD LUE 02 6373 6344 DEBORAHCLEAR@BIGPOND.COM WWW.ELEPHANTMOUNTAIN.COM.AU N Y N N
ƒƒ MUDGEE OBSERVATORY 961 OLD GRATTAI RD MUDGEE 02 6373 3431 JOHN@MUDGEEOBSERVATORY.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEOBSERVATORY.COM.AU N Y Y N ƒƒ ERNEST SCHUETZ ESTATE WINES EDGEL LN MUDGEE 0402 326 612 INFO@ERNESTSCHUETZESTATE.COM.AU WWW.ERNESTSCHUETZESTATE.COM.AU 40 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ MUDGEE TOURIST BUS MUDGEE 0428 669 945 MUDGEETOURISTBUS@GMAIL.COM WWW.MUDGEETOURISTBUS.COM.AU 31 N Y N Y ƒƒ FARMERS DAUGHTER WINES 791 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6373 3177 FARMERSDAUGHTERWINE@BIGPOND.COM.AU WWW.FARMERSDAUGHTERWINES.COM.AU 45 N Y Y N
ƒƒ MUDGEE TRIKE AND ƒƒ FIRST RIDGE WINES 577 BURRUNDULLA ROAD MUDGEE 0418 161 132 SALES@FIRSTRIDGE.COM.AU WWW.FIRSTRIDGE.COM.AU 37 Y Y Y Y
2 BARIGAN ST MUDGEE 0427 529 204 HAMEL205@GMAIL.COM WWW.TRIKES.NET.AU N N N N
CONVERTIBLE WINE TOURS GOOREE PARK STUD,
ƒƒ GOOREE PARK MUDGEE 02 6378 1800 CELLARDOOR@GOOREEPARK.COM.AU WWW.GOOREEPARK.COM 46 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ MUDGEE TRIKES MUDGEE 0455 874 537 INFO@MUDGEETRIKES.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEETRIKES.COM.AU N Y Y Y CASTLEREAGH HWY
ƒƒ MUDGEE WINE + COUNTRY TOURS PO BOX 602 MUDGEE 0407 204 150 INFO@MUDGEEWINETOURS.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEWINETOURS.COM.AU 32 N Y N N ƒƒ HESLOP WINES 112 CRAIGMOOR RD MUDGEE 0427 723 903 INFO@HESLOPWINES.COM.AU WWW.HESLOPWINES.COM.AU N N N N
ƒƒ NSW NATIONAL PARKS + ƒƒ HUNTINGTON ESTATE 641 ULAN RD BUCKAROO 1800 995 931 INFO@HUNTINGTONESTATE.COM.AU WWW.HUNTINGTONESTATE.COM.AU 46 N Y Y Y
27 INGLIS ST MUDGEE 02 6370 9000 NPWS.MUDGEE@ENVIRONMENT.NSW.GOV.AU WWW.NATIONALPARKS.NSW.GOV.AU N Y N N
1320 CASTLEREAGH HWY APPLE
WILDLIFE SERVICE TREE
ƒƒ LOGAN WINES 02 6373 1333 INFO@LOGANWINES.COM.AU WWW.LOGANWINES.COM.AU 37 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ OGDEN'S COACHES 17-23 BURRUNDULLA RD MUDGEE 02 6372 2489 MUDGEE@OGDENSCOACHES.COM.AU WWW.OGDENSCOACHES.COM.AU 32 N Y Y N FLAT
GANGUDDY - DUNNS ƒƒ LOWE WINES 327 TINJA LN MUDGEE 02 6372 0800 CELLARDOOR@LOWEWINE.COM.AU WWW.LOWEWINE.COM.AU 35 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ SOUTHERN CROSS KAYAKING RYLSTONE 0439 936 480 INFO@SOUTHERNCROSSKAYAKING.COM.AU WWW.SOUTHERNCROSSKAYAKING.COM.AU N Y N N ƒƒ MANSFIELD WINES 201 EURUNDEREE LANE EURUNDEREE 02 6373 3871 MANSFIELDWINES@BIGPOND.COM WWW.MANSFIELDWINES.COM.AU 37 N Y Y Y
SWAMP
ƒƒ TARONGA WESTERN PLAINS ZOO OBLEY RD DUBBO 02 6881 1488 TWPZ@ZOO.NSW.GOV.AU WWW. ZOOFARI.COM.AU Y Y Y N ƒƒ MOOTHI ESTATE 85 ROCKY WATERHOLE RD MUDGEE 02 6372 2925 INFO@MOOTHIESTATE.COM.AU WWW.MOOTHIESTATE.COM.AU 45 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ MUDGEE HONEY HAVEN 2 HILL END RD MUDGEE 02 6372 4478 ADRIANA@MUDGEEHONEYHAVEN.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEHONEYHAVEN.COM.AU 48 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ TOUR MUDGEE NOW + THEN 92 GLADSTONE ST MUDGEE 0434 602 153 MARKSWINETOURS@OUTLOOK.COM WWW.MUDGEETOURS.COM.AU N Y N Y ƒƒ MUDGEE WINES 280 HENRY LAWSON DR MUDGEE 0414 362 019 JANE@MUDGEEWINES.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEWINES.COM.AU N Y Y Y
2222 BYLONG VALLEY
ƒƒ NAKED LADY WINES RYLSTONE 1300 550 239 SALES@NAKEDLADYWINES.COM.AU WWW.NAKEDLADYWINES.COM.AU N Y Y N
WAY
ƒƒ PETERSONS OF MUDGEE LOT 6 BLACK SPRINGS RD MUDGEE 02 6373 3184 PETERSONSGLENESK@BIGPOND.COM WWW.PETERSONSWINES.COM.AU 47 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ PIETER VAN GENT WINERY + 141 BLACK SPRINGS RD MUDGEE 02 6373 3030 SALES@PVGWINERY.COM.AU WWW.PVGWINERY.COM.AU 39 N Y Y Y
VINEYARD
BOUTIQUE + CHIC ƒƒ ROBERT OATLEY VINEYARD
ƒƒ ROBERT STEIN WINERY
CRAIGMOOR RD
PIPECLAY LANE
MUDGEE
MUDGEE
02 6372 2208
02 6373 3991
FRIENDS@ROBERTOATLEY.COM.AU
INFO@ROBERTSTEIN.COM.AU
WWW.ROBERTOATLEY.COM.AU
WWW.ROBERTSTEIN.COM.AU
39
40
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
ƒƒ ROSBY WINES 122 STRIKES LANE EURUNDEREE 0419 429 918 INFO@ROSBY.COM.AU WWW.ROSBY.COM.AU 38 N Y N Y
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG ƒƒ SHORT SHEEP MICRO-WINERY 47 BUCKAROO LANE MUDGEE 02 6373 3762 WINE@SHORTSHEEP.COM.AU WWW.SHORTSHEEP.COM.AU 39 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ SKIMSTONE WINES 1307 CASTLEREAGH HWY MUDGEE 0449 295 122 SKIMSTONEWINES@GMAIL.COM WWW.SKIMSTONE.COM.AU 48 N Y N Y
ƒƒ CHERRY RED 87 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 3536 CUSTOMERSERVICE@CHERRYRED.COM.AU WWW.CHERRYRED.COM.AU 33 N Y Y N 02 6373 3087 /
ƒƒ SLOWFOX WINES 196 BLACK SPRINGS RD MUDGEE SLOWFOXWINES@GMAIL.COM WWW.SLOWFOXWINES.COM 47 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ CONVENT + CHAPEL WOOL SHOP 28 - 30 LOUEE ST RYLSTONE 0409 564 747 CONVENTANDCHAPEL@GMAIL.COM WWW.CONVENTANDCHAPELWOOL.COM 33 N Y Y N 0416237 036
ƒƒ LADYBEETLE SHOES 8/61 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 0011 NERIDAMORRIS@YAHOO.COM.AU WWWLADYBEETLESHOES.COM.AU 33 N Y Y N ƒƒ THE CELLAR BY GILBERT 137 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6372 1325 THECELLAR@GILBERTFAMILYWINES.COM.AU WWW.GILBERTFAMILYWINES.COM.AU 36 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ LOFT FURNITURE + OTHER IDEAS 13A LEWIS ST MUDGEE 02 6372 4161 LOFTFURNITUREMUDGEE@GMAIL.COM WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/LOFTMUDGEE N Y Y N ƒƒ THE OLIVE NEST & 1838 WINES 66 PIPECLAY LANE BUDGEE 02 6373 3719 SALES@THEOLIVENEST.COM.AU WWW.THEOLIVENEST.COM.AU N Y Y Y
ƒƒ MAINLY MUDGEE GIFTS 78 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 0055 MAINLYMUDGEE@GMAIL.COM 33 N Y Y Y ƒƒ THE SMALL WINEMAKERS 6 HENRY LAWSON DRIVE MUDGEE 02 6372 2133 FURLONGWINES@BIGPOND.COM WWW.FURLONGWINES.COM.AU 38 N Y Y Y
CENTRE
ƒƒ STACKS DISCOUNT VARIETY
DOWN UNDER 89A HERBERT ST GULGONG 02 6374 2675 STACKSGULGONG@BIGPOND.COM WWW.STACKSDOWNUNDER.COM N Y N N ƒƒ THISTLE HILL ORGANIC WINES 74 MCDONALDS RD ERUDGERE 02 6373 3546 INFO@THISTLEHILL.COM.AU WWW.THISTLEHILL.COM.AU 38 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ THUMBPRINT WINES 491 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6372 2237 THUMBPRINTWINES@GMAIL.COM 45 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ THE INSIDE SHOP 45 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 6200 THEINSIDESHOP@ICLOUD.COM WWW.THEINSIDESHOP.COM.AU N Y Y N
ƒƒ VINIFERA WINES 174 HENRY LAWSON DR MUDGEE 02 6372 2461 SALES@VINIFERAWINES.COM.AU WWW.VINIFERAWINES.COM.AU 35 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ THE LOLLIPOP SHOP 50 LOUEE ST RYLSTONE 02 6379 1655 LOLLIPOP42LOUEE@WESTNET.COM.AU 33 N Y Y Y ƒƒ WALTER WINES 179 TINJA LN MUDGEE 0419 251 208 SALES@WALTERWINES.COM.AU WWW.WALTERWINES.COM.AU 40 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ WHATEVER MUDGEE 48A MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 6027 WHATEVERMUDGEE@BIGPOND.COM WWW.WHATEVERMUDGEE.COM.AU 33 N Y Y N ƒƒ YEATES WINES MUDGEE 0427 791 264 INFO@YEATESWINES.COM.AU WWW.YEATESWINES.COM.AU N N N N

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BREWERIES + DISTILLERIES WINE BAR
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ BAKER WILLIAMS DISTILLERY 194 HENRY LAWSON DR MUDGEE 02 6372 9332 SPIRIT@BAKERWILLIAMS.COM.AU WWW.BAKERWILLIAMS.COM.AU 48 N Y Y Y ƒƒ ROTH'S WINE BAR 30 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1222 INFO@ROTHSWINEBAR.COM.AU WWW.ROTHSWINEBAR.COM.AU 68 Y Y Y N
ƒƒ MUDGEE BREWING COMPANY 4 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 6726 ADMIN@MUDGEEBREWING.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEBREWING.COM.AU 48 Y Y Y Y
PTY LTD

eat + treat events


FRESH + LOCAL BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ CWA KANDOS GARDENS FAIR 7 JAQUES ST KANDOS 0425 275 749 KANDOSGARDENS@GMAIL.COM WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/KANDOSGARDENSFAIR N Y N N
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG ƒƒ DARLING DAYS 2 BUMBERRA PLACE MUDGEE 0405 941 980 DARLINGDAYS@OUTLOOK.COM WWW.DARLINGDAYS.COM.AU
ƒƒ ANGELA'S EDIBLES 13 LEWIS ST MUDGEE 02 6372 6847 ANGELASEDIBLES@BIGPOND.COM ƒƒ MILNES OF MUDGEE 22 BURRUNDULLA AVE MUDGEE 0459 726 607 JENNI@MILNESOFMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.MILNESOFMUDGEE.COM.AU N Y N N
ƒƒ ARIL ESTATE 947 CASTLEREAGH HWY MULLAMUDDY 0404 033 317 DIMITRIS.HADJICHARI@GLGROUP.COM.AU WWW.ARILESTATE.COM.AU 66 Y Y Y Y ƒƒ MUDGEE READERS' FESTIVAL MUDGEE 0422 227 539 INFO@MUDGEEREADERS.COM WWW.MUDGEEREADERS.COM N Y Y N
ƒƒ CRAIGMOORPAVILION 815 CRAIGMOOR RD MUDGEE 0428 134 284 EAT@CRAIGMOORPAVILION.COM WWW.CRAIGMOORPAVILION.COM 65 Y Y Y Y
SHOP 10 TOWN HALL ARCADE, ƒƒ RYLSTONE STREETFEAST INC. 42 MUDGEE ST RYLSTONE 0421 212 144 ROSLYNJEFFREY@GMAIL.COM WWW.RYLSTONEFSTREETFEAST.COM.AU N Y Y Y
ƒƒ DAD'S DELI MUDGEE 02 6372 7450 ENQUIRIES@DADSDELI.COM.AU WWW.DADSDELI.COM.AU N Y Y Y
79 MARKET ST ƒƒ WELLSTEAD SHRUBS 14 MARKET ST MUDGEE 0484 004 116 WELLSTEADSHRUBS@MAIL.COM WWW.WELLSTEADSHRUBS.COM N N N N
ƒƒ EAST RIDGE OLIVE GROVE 1130 PYANGLE RD LUE 0410 405 928 EASTRIDGEOLIVES@GMAIL.COM WWW.EASTRIDGEOLIVES.COM
ƒƒ HIGH VALLEY CHEESE CO 137 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6372 1011 INFO@HIGHVALLEY.COM.AU WWW.HIGHVALLEY.COM.AU 65 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ KARRABOOL OLIVES 408 BOTOBOLAR RD MUDGEE 0439 361 447 INFO@KARRABOOLOLIVES.COM.AU WWW.KARRABOOLOLIVES.COM.AU 66 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ KENNYS MUDGEE HONEY
ƒƒ LINDA'S ORIGINAL SWEET CHILLI
RELISH
155 BRUCE RD
1313 ULAN RD
MUDGEE
BUDGEE
02 6372 9521 GJKENNY85@HOTMAIL.COM
0404 155 388 INFO@LINDASCHILLIRELISH.COM.AU WWW.LINDASCHILLIRELISH.COM.AU
N Y Y Y
host + romance
ƒƒ LOMONDO OLIVE OIL
ƒƒ MUDGEE FUDGE CO
'LOCH LOMOND' YARRABIN RD MUDGEE 0488 815 150
0401 670 635
SALLY@LOMONDO.COM.AU
MUDGEEFUDGECO@GMAIL.COM
WWW.LOMONDO.COM.AU
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MUDGEEFUDGECO
N N N N
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
ƒƒ MUDGEE GOURMET + HAMPERS 174 HENRY LAWSON DR MUDGEE 02 6372 2461 SALES@VINIFERAWINES.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEHAMPERS.COM.AU Y Y Y
ƒƒ MUDGEE HONEY HAVEN 2 HILL END RD MUDGEE 02 6372 4478 ADRIANA@MUDGEEHONEYHAVEN.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEHONEYHAVEN.COM.AU 66 Y Y Y Y BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ ROTH FAMILY ORCHARD 108 EURUNDEREE LANE MUDGEE 0428 195 485 FARM@ROTH.NET.AU WWW.ROTH.NET.AU N Y N Y
TARMONS, 25 MOSSY ROCK ƒƒ DIANE SIMMONDS - MARRIAGE CELEBRANT 108 TUCKERMANS RD MUDGEE 0488 065 456 DZSIMMONDS@BIGPOND.COM WWW.MUDGEECELEBRANT.COM
ƒƒ RYLSTONE OLIVE PRESS RYLSTONE 02 6379 1485 ACCOUNTS@RYLSTONEOLIVEPRESS.COM.AU WWW.RYLSTONEOLIVEPRESS.COM.AU 65 N Y Y N
LANE
ƒƒ SPENCER COCOA MUDGEE 0428 830 265 LUKE@SPENCERCOCOA.COM.AU WWW.SPENCERCOCOA.COM.AU ƒƒ DOMAYN EVENTS 87 LIONS DR MUDGEE 02 6372 9476 INFO@DOMAYN.COM.AU WWW.DOMAYNEVENTS.COM.AU N Y Y N
BUDGEE ƒƒ FEATHER + BIRCH PTY LTD STUDIO 1, 136 MARKET ST MUDGEE 0416 097 840 HELLO@FEATHERANDBIRCH.COM WWW.FEATHERANDBIRCH.COM Y Y N Y
ƒƒ THE OLIVE NEST & 1838 WINES 66 PIPECLAY LANE 02 6373 3719 SALES@THEOLIVENEST.COM.AU WWW.THEOLIVENEST.COM.AU N Y Y Y
BUDGEE
ƒƒ JANE ENDACOTT CIVIL MARRIAGE CELEBRANT 'MYAH PARK' 35 LAWSON BUCKAROO 0404 017 373 JANE@WEDDINGCELEBRANTMUDGEE. WWW.WEDDINGCELEBRANTMUDGEE.
LANE COM.AU COM.AU
CAFÉ CULTURE ƒƒ MISHA HARDING CIVIL MARRIAGE CELEBRANT 6 DENTON CLOSE MUDGEE 0414 663 076 ADMIN@TIETHEKNOTMUDGEE.COM WWW.TIETHEKNOTMUDGEE.COM
ƒƒ MUDGEE CATERING CO 234 CASTLEREAGH HWY BURRUNDULLA 0427 791 059 INFO@MUDGEECATERINGCO.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEECATERINGCO.COM.AU 69
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG ƒƒ MUDGEE MADE 722 LUE RD MUDGEE 0409 698 550 MUDGEEMADE@YAHOO.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEMADE.COM.AU
ƒƒ OLIVE.A.TWIST CATERING MUDGEE 0408 416 396 EAT@OLIVEATWIST.COM.AU WWW.OLIVEATWIST.COM.AU N N N N
ƒƒ ALBY & ESTHERS 4-7, 61 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1555 BOOKINGS@ALBYANDESTHERS.COM.AU WWW.ALBYANDESTHERS.COM.AU 66 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ ARTISAN ON LEWIS 13 LEWIS ST MUDGEE 02 6372 6847 ARTISANONLEWIS@GMAIL.COM WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/ARTISANONLEWIS N Y Y Y
ƒƒ CAFÉ 89 89 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 4889 JO.CAFE89@GMAIL.COM Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ MARKET STREET CAFE
ƒƒ MAYNE ST CAFÉ
12/79 MARKET ST
112 MAYNE ST
MUDGEE
GULGONG
02 6372 0052
02 6374 1738
INFO@MARKETSTREETCAFE.COM.AU
MAYNESTCAFE@GMAIL.COM
WWW.MARKETSTREETCAFE.COM.AU 66 N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
VENUES
ƒƒ MUDGEE BAKERY + CAFÉ 28 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 3986 ENQUIRIES@MUDGEEBAKERY.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEBAKERY.COM.AU Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ MUDGEE CORNER STORE 72 LEWIS ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1441 INFO@MUDGEECORNERSTORE.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEECORNERSTORE.COM.AU Y Y Y N BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ PETERS HOT BREAD SHOP 3/77 MORTIMER ST MUDGEE 02 6372 7696 PETERSHOTBREADSHOP@BIGPOND.COM N Y Y N ƒƒ AUSTRALIAN RURAL 267 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6372 3899 INFO@AREC.COM.AU WWW.AREC.COM.AU N Y Y N
ƒƒ THE COFFEE HOUSE 99 MARKET ST MUDGEE 0476 263 333 COFFEEHOUSEMUDGEE@OUTLOOK.COM 66 Y Y Y Y EDUCATION CENTRE
ƒƒ THE SAFFRON KITCHEN + CAFÉ 47 LOUEE ST RYLSTONE 02 6379 1345 KATRIND@LIVE.COM.AU WWW.CAPERTEESAFFRONAUSTRALIA.COM.AU N Y Y N ƒƒ CLUB MUDGEE 99 MORTIMER ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1922 INFO@CLUBMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.CLUBMUDGEE.COM.AU 69 Y Y Y N
ƒƒ DI LUSSO 162 EURUNDEREE LANE MUDGEE 02 6373 3525 SALES@DILUSSO.COM.AU WWW.DILUSSO.COM.AU 36 Y Y Y Y

FEAST ƒƒ EVANSLEA LUXURY BOUTIQUE


ACCOMMODATION 146 MARKET ST MUDGEE 0455 505 882 INFO@EVANSLEA.COM.AU WWW.EVANSLEA.COM.AU 54 Y Y N Y
ƒƒ PALATE RESTAURANT + 1 SYDNEY RD MUDGEE 02 6372 1122 PALATE@ADENMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.PALATEMUDGEE.COM.AU 69 Y Y Y N
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG CONFERENCE CENTRE
ƒƒ THE VINEGROVE IN MUDGEE E 111 MT PLEASANT LN BUCKAROO 0402 220 839 INFO@THEVINEGROVE.COM.AU WWW.THEVINEGROVE.COM.AU Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ 29 NINE 99 28 - 30 LOUEE ST RYLSTONE 02 6379 1984 29NINE99YUMCHA@GMAIL.COM N Y Y N
ƒƒ CLUB MUDGEE 99 MORTIMER ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1922 INFO@CLUBMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.CLUBMUDGEE.COM.AU 68 Y Y Y N
ƒƒ DEEBS KITCHEN
ƒƒ ELTONS EATING + DRINKING
CNR CASSILIS RD +
BUCKAROO LANE
81 MARKET ST
MUDGEE
MUDGEE
02 6373 3133 DEEBSKITCHEN@BIGPOND.COM
02 6372 1079 ASK@ELTONS.COM.AU
WWW.DEEBSKITCHEN.COM.AU
WWW.ELTONS.COM.AU 67
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Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
sponsors
ƒƒ GALANGHA THAI RESTAURANT 54 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 0911 TUKKY_NUM@HOTMAIL.COM Y Y Y N
ƒƒ ISABELLA'S TRATTORIA 52 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 2120 ISMUDGEETRAT@HOTMAIL.COM N Y Y N BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
ƒƒ MIS-SUE CHO DINER BY 22 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 9051 MRSUSHIKING@HOTMAIL.COM WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MRSUSHIKINGMUDGEE 68 N Y Y N
MR SUSHI KING
ƒƒ GULGONG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GULGONG 0414 452 791 PRESIDENT@GULGONG.COM.AU WWW.GULGONG.COM.AU 70 N Y Y Y
ƒƒ PHOEBE'S RESTAURANT CNR MAYNE + MEDLEY ST GULGONG 02 6374 1204 INFO@TENDOLLARTOWNMOTEL.COM.AU WWW.TENDOLLARTOWNMOTEL.COM.AU Y Y
ƒƒ PIPECLAY PUMPHOUSE PIPECLAY LN MUDGEE 02 6373 3998 INFO@PIPECLAYPUMPHOUSE.COM.AU WWW.PIPECLAYPUMPHOUSE.COM.AU 67 N N Y N ƒƒ MID-WESTERN REGIONAL COUNCIL 86 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6378 2850 COUNCIL@MIDWESTERN.NSW.GOV.AU WWW.MIDWESTERN.NSW.GOV.AU 71 Y Y Y N
ƒƒ POST 101 101 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 3333 WINPOST@HWY.COM.AU WWW.WINNINGPOSTMOTORINN.COM.AU 67 Y Y Y N ƒƒ MUDGEE WINE ASSOCIATION PO BOX 748 MUDGEE 02 6372 7409 INFO@MUDGEEWINE.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEWINE.COM.AU 71
ƒƒ RAJARANI INDIAN RESTAURANT 75 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 3968 68 N Y Y N ƒƒ THE PROPERTY SHOP 58 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 2222 SALES@THEPROPERTYSHOP.COM.AU WWW.THEPROPERTYSHOP.COM.AU 71
ƒƒ THE CELLAR BY GILBERT 137 ULAN RD MUDGEE 02 6372 1325 THECELLAR@GILBERTFAMILYWINES.COM.AU WWW.GILBERTFAMILYWINES.COM.AU 36 N Y Y Y ƒƒ ULAN COAL MINES LIMITED 4505 ULAN RD ULAN 1800 647 630 ULANCOMMUNITY@GLENCORE.COM.AU WWW.ULANCOAL.COM.AU 70 N N N N
ƒƒ THE WINEGLASS 97 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 7245 INFO@THEWINEGLASS.COM.AU WWW.THEWINEGLASS.COM.AU 67 Y Y Y Y
ƒƒ THE ZIN HOUSE 329 TINJA LANE MUDGEE 02 6372 1660 EAT@ZINHOUSE.COM.AU WWW.ZINHOUSE.COM.AU 67 Y Y Y Y

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country pubs, country hospitality
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG
church services GULGONG
St John’s Catholic Church
Bayly Street, Gulgong
For Services times, go to
KANDOS
Anglican Parish, Rylstone and Kandos
Mudgee Street, Rylstone
02 6379 1049
www.mudgee.catholic.org.au Rylstone: 9am 2nd/4th Sunday each month
ƒƒ CENTENNIAL HOTEL 141-143 MAYNE ST GULGONG 02 6374 1241 CENTENNIALGULGONG@BIGPOND.COM WWW.CENTENNIALGULGONG.COM.AU 63 N Y N N 02 6372 2122 Kandos: 9am 1st/3rd Sunday each month
ƒƒ COURT HOUSE HOTEL 111 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 2068 COURTHOUSEHOTELMUDGEE@YAHOO.COM WWW.COURTHOUSEHOTELMUDGEE.COM.AU 62 Y Y Y N MUDGEE Frontline Christian Church
51 Burrundulla Avenue, Mudgee
St Luke’s Anglican Church St Dominic’s Catholic Church
ƒƒ GULGONG BOWLING + Bayly Street, Gulgong
TALLAWANG ROAD GULGONG 02 6374 1054 GBSCLUB@OPTUSNET.COM.AU WWW.GULGONGBOWLO.COM.AU Y Y Y N St Mary’s Catholic Church 10am Sunday Dangar Street, Kandos
SPORTING CLUB 9am Sunday - except every 3rd Sunday 8am
Corner of Market and Church Streets, Youth meeting 7pm during school terms. 02 6372 2122
ƒƒ GULGONG RSL CLUB 64 HERBERT ST GULGONG 02 6374 1310 GULGONGRSL@GMAIL.COM WWW.GULGONGRSL.COM.AU 62 N Y Y N Mudgee Holly Communion and 9am Family Service 6pm 1st/3rd/5th Sunday each month,
02 6372 1104 02 6374 1421
CNR CHURCH ST + 6pm Saturday Vigil Mass 5pm daylight savings time
ƒƒ KELLYS IRISH PUB MUDGEE 02 6372 1842 EVENTS@KELLYSIRISHPUB.COM.AU WWW.KELLYSIRISHPUB.COM.AU 63 Y Y Y Y 9am Sunday, Mon and Thurs Mudgee Presbyterian Church
MORTIMER ST Presbyterian Church
5pm Tuesday, 12.30pm Friday 105 Mortimer Street, Mudgee Running Stream Union Church
ƒƒ LAWSON PARK HOTEL 1 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 2183 DRINK@LAWSONPARKHOTEL.COM.AU WWW.LAWSONPARKHOTEL.COM.AU 63 Y Y Y N 46 Bayly Street, Gulgong Castlereagh Highway, Kandos
02 6372 2122 9.30am Sunday (includes Kids Church) 10am Sunday
ƒƒ MUDGEE GOLF COURSE 21 ROBERTSON ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1811 ADMIN@MUDGEEGOLFCOURSE.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEGOLFCOURSE.COM.AU Mudgee mudgee.unitingchurch.org.au
Baptist Church 02 6374 1581 2.30 pm every 3rd Sunday
2pm 4th Sunday each month Hill End
ƒƒ ORIENTAL HOTEL 6 LEWIS ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1074 ENQUIRIES@ORIENTALHOTEL.COM.AU WWW.ORIENTALHOTEL.COM.AU 61 N Y Y N 70 Bruce Road, Mudgee 02 6372 0404
ƒƒ PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL 97 MAYNE ST GULGONG 02 6374 1166 POW@PRINCEOFWALESGULGONG.COM.AU WWW.PRINCEOFWALESGULGONG.COM.AU 62 Y Y Y Y 10am Sunday
02 6372 6501 Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints
RYLSTONE One Life Church
19-21 Dunn Street, Kandos
ƒƒ RYLSTONE HOTEL 60-62 LOUEE ST RYLSTONE 02 6379 1118 ANDREW@THERYLSTONE.COM WWW.RYLSTONEHOTEL.COM.AU 62 N Y Y N St Malachy’s Catholic Church
Corner of Putta Bucca Road & Tinja Lane, 02 6372 6792
ƒƒ THE POST OFFICE HOTEL 97 HERBERT ST GULGONG 02 6374 1031 INFO@POSTOFFICEHOTEL.NET St John the Baptist Anglican Church Mudgee Louee Street, Rylstone
N Y Y N 10 am 1st, 3rd, 5th Sunday
Corner of Market and Church Streets, Mr Uhila - President of Mudgee Branch For Services times, go to
ƒƒ WOOLPACK HOTEL MUDGEE 67 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 1908 INFO@WOOLPACKHOTELMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.WOOLPACKHOTELMUDGEE.COM.AU 62 Y N Y N Mudgee www.mudgee.catholic.org.au
9.30 am to 12.30 pm Sunday
8.30 am Eucharist Service Mudgee 02 6372 2122 Anglican church
02 0428 761 256
10am 1st Sunday each month Cooyal

local services 10am 4th Sunday each month Windeyer Uniting Church Rylstone Uniting Church
02 6372 1126 89 Mortimer Street, Mudgee Corner of Ilford Road and Cox Street,
9.30 am every Sunday Rylstone
One Life Church For further information please go to 9.30 am every Sunday
BUSINESS NAME ADDRESS SUBURB PHONE EMAIL WEB PG 17 Lewis Street, Mudgee www.mudgee.unitingchurch.org.au For further information please go to
10am Sunday Mudgee www.mudgee.unitingchurch.org.au
ƒƒ AMBER CREATIVE 5 LOVEJOY ST MUDGEE 0421 848 297 INFO@AMBERCREATIVE.COM.AU WWW.AMBERCREATIVE.COM.AU 02 6372 6792
ƒƒ CHERRY METAL 3693 HILL END RD HILL END 0419 613 454 MELISSA@CHERRYMETAL.COM.AU WWW.CHERRYMETAL.COM.AU N N N N
ƒƒ DOUBLE R EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 42 SYDNEY ROAD MUDGEE 02 6372 3257 MUDGEE@DBLR.COM.AU WWW.DBLR.COM.AU
ƒƒ FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE Mudgee Region Tourism Incorporated - And this disclaimer of liability will apply not
128 CHURCH ST MUDGEE 02 6372 3000 MAIL@FNMUDGEE.COM.AU WWW.FNMUDGEE.COM.AU N Y Y N Disclaimer of Liability withstanding that such loss or damage may have
MUDGEE
been caused or contributed to by a negligent act

emergency contacts
ƒƒ FLY PELICAN MUDGEE AIRPORT MUDGEE 02 4965 0111 BOOKINGS@FLYPELICAN.COM.AU WWW.FLYPELICAN.COM.AU 4 N Y Y N The information relating to accommodation or omission of MRTI, its officers or employees.
properties advertised in this guide has been
ƒƒ HIRE FOR BABY MUDGEE MUDGEE 02 6420 7911 MUDGEE@HIREFORBABY.COM WWW.HIREFORBABY.COM provided to Mudgee Region Tourism Inc (MRTI) Publication Disclaimer
by the respective accommodation providers and Information supplied by others for this guide is
ƒƒ IMAGE SIGNS 101 GLADESTONE ST MUDGEE 02 6372 0444 IMAGESIGNS@HWY.COM.AU N N N N has not been independently checked or verified published in good faith. While every effort is
by MRTI. Any further information or clarification made to ensure accuracy, Mudgee Region Tourism
ƒƒ MUDGEE AERO CLUB MUDGEE AIRPORT MUDGEE 0401 136 182 INFO@MUDGEEAEROCLUB.HWY.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEEAEROCLUB.HWY.COM.AU N Y N N Inc. takes no responsibility for inadvertent errors
that may be required by anyone wishing to book
ƒƒ MUDGEE CAMPING & 4WD 26 SYDNEY RD MUDGEE 02 6372 3811 MUDGCAMP@HWY.COM.AU N Y Y N accommodation should be obtained direct from or omissions.
the relevant accommodation provider. MRTI has
ƒƒ MUDGEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PO BOX 1159 MUDGEE 0403 130 899 INFO@MUDGEEBUSINESS.COM.AU WWW.MUDGEECHAMBER.COM.AU EMERGENCY PHONE 000 Gulgong Health One not inspected the accommodation properties and © Mudgee Region Tourism Inc. 2017
ƒƒ MUDGEE CYCLE CLUB MUDGEE 0410 686 085 WWW.MUDGEECYCLECLUB.COM.AU N Y N Y for police, ambulance, fire 34 Goolma Rd, Gulgong does not give any warranty as to the quality of Produced by
the relevant accommodation property or whether
ƒƒ RYLSTONE KANDOS BUSINESS P O BOX 119 KANDOS RKBTSEC@GMAIL.COM WWW.RYLSTONEKANDOS.COM Mudgee Hospital 02 6374 3400 it complies with all relevant laws or whether it
Wisdom
02 4226 5655
& TOURISM
02 6378 6222 Open Mon - Fri 8am - 4.30pm will suit the purpose of the person wishing to www.wisdom.com.au
ƒƒ THE PROPERTY SHOP 58 MARKET ST MUDGEE 02 6372 2222 SALES@THEPROPERTYSHOP.COM.AU WWW.THEPROPERTYSHOP.COM.AU book accommodation. Any contract for the supply
ƒƒ THRIFTY CAR RENTAL 5 SYDNEY RD MUDGEE 1300 879 289 RESERVATIONS@THRIFTYNSW.COM.AU WWW.THRIFTY.COM.AU 4 N Y Y N Rylstone Hospital Gulgong Multi-Purpose Service of accommodation will be between the person Printed by
Bluestar Web
booking the accommodation and the relevant
ƒƒ WASH AND GO LAUNDRY 02 6357 8111 34 Goolma Rd, Gulgong accommodation provider and not with MRTI. 02 9748 0020
UNIT 1& 2/52 SYDNEY RD MUDGEE 02 6372 4477 WASHANDGO@BIGPOND.COM N
SERVICES 02 6374 3400 MRTI will not be liable to anyone using any of the www.bluestargroup.com.au/web
accommodation properties for any loss or damage
WWW.PEABODYENERGY.COM/OPERATIONS/ National Parks & Wildlife Open 24 hours a day including any special or consequential loss or
ƒƒ WILPINJONG COAL MINE 1434 ULAN-WOLLAR RD WILPINJONG 02 6370 2500 WILPINJONG@PEABODYENERGY.COM AUSTRALIA-MINING/NEW-SOUTH-WALES- N N N N 02 6370 9000 damage which that person or those persons may
MINING/WILPINJONG-MINE NRMA Mudgee suffer whether directly or indirectly as a result
Visitor Information Centres 131 111 of or arising out of:
02 6372 1020 (a) the reliance on information contained in
Wildlife Carers this guide;
Mid-Western Regional Council 0408 966 228 (b) the non-performance of any Contract for
the supply of accommodation by the relevant
02 6378 2850
dump WINDEYER
� Bushlands Tourist Park, 1879 Windeyer Road
Mudgee WIRES
02 6372 1611
accommodation provider; or
(c) the non-compliance of the accommodation
property with any relevant law.
points GULGONG
� Gulgong Showground, Guntawang Street
� Henry Lawson Caravan Park, 8 Goolma Road
MUDGEE � Mid-Western Regional Council depot, Railway Street
� Active Holidays BIG4 Caravan Park, 71 Lions Drive

we can't wait to see you!


RYLSTONE
� Active Holidays Mudgee Valley, 2 Bell Street
� Cudgegong Waters Park, Lake Windamere, 1858
� Mudgee Riverside Caravan Park, 22 Short Street Cudgegong Road
� Mudgee Showground, Madeira Road � Rylstone Caravan Park, 6 Carwell Street
Countryside

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