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IN TASSIE JUST AFTER WE BOUGHT OUR TRIKE

 IN TASSIE JUST AFTER WE BOUGHT  OUR TRIKE

GETTING TO MUDGEE

From Sydney:
Take the Great Western Highway through the Blue Mountains or follow the Bells Line of Road to Lithgow. The turn off for Mudgee is just past Lithgow (look out for sign and exit on your left). Allow about 3.5hours of drving time (maybe a little more in peak hours). visit www.whereis.com.au to get your preferred directions.
From Newcastle:
Take the stunning and fully sealed Bylong Valley Way www.bylongvalleyway.com.au. A 4 hour drive via Maitland, Denman and Sandy Hollow, turn at Sandy Hollow and experience the village of Bylong, Rylstone or Wollar before arriving in Mudgee. Alternatively, take the road via Merriwa and Ulan to Gulgong or Mudgee.         From Canberra:
5 hours via Yass, Cowra and Wellington or via Cowra and Bathurst or approximately 5 hours via the scenic The Tablelands Way www.tablelandsway.com.au  through Goublurn, Crookwell and Oberon to Bathurst, then Wattle Flat, Sofala and Mudgee. The road is fully sealed.         From Tamworth:
A 4 hour drive through beautiful countryside on the New England Highway via Scone, Muswellbrook, Denman and Merriwa, turn off the Golden Highway onto Ulan Road through Gulgong or Mudgee.

MUDGEE REGION

One of the best reasons for visiting our cellar door is for the enjoyment of a trip to Mudgee. Just 3 hours from Sydney after driving through the dramatic Blue Mountains the traveller arrives at a peaceful vineyard-clad valley and the town of Mudgee. There is nowhere better than Mudgee to spend a weekend. Mudgee is one of the most attractive towns in New South Wales with its tree-lined streets and grand heritage buildings.

There is a wide choice of hotels, motels, and delightful B&Bs, many great cafes and restaurants and much to explore in and around Mudgee including visiting the many fine wineries in the region. A short drive away are the historic little towns of Gulgong, Kandos, and Rylstone. Throughout the year there are special activities, concerts, and festivals. Visit the region’s website at www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au for detailed information about places to stay and things to do.

We look forward to introducing you to our wines at our cellar door on your next visit to Mudgee.

Download your own copy of the Mudgee region map here.

MUDGEE RELAY FOR LIFE 2014

relay4life2014

Hello everyone!

And welcome to Mudgee Trike Tours’ brand new website!

Stay tuned as I’ll be regaling you with adventures of our trike tours. It might even give you a few ideas of how you’d like YOUR customised tour-with-a-twist on your next visit to Mudgee!

If you’ve been on a Mudgee Trike Tour, we’d love to share your story and any pictures you may have here. Please email them to ride@trikes.net.au

Cheers,
Phil