VINIFERA WINES MUDGEE

VINIFERA WINES MUDGEE

IN TASSIE JUST AFTER WE BOUGHT OUR TRIKE

 IN TASSIE JUST AFTER WE BOUGHT  OUR TRIKE

AT MANSFIELD WINERY ON A CHILLY DAY IN THE SAAB

AT MANSFIELD WINERY ON A CHILLY DAY IN THE SAABAT MANSFIELD WINERY ON A CHILLY DAY IN THE SAAB

AT MUDGEE BED AND BREAKFAST

At Mudgee Bed & Breakfast

HUNTINGTON ESTATE- ANOTHER DOZEN FOR THE BASKET ON THE TRIKE

ANOTHER DOZEN FOR THE BASKET ON THE TRIKE AT HUNTINGTON ESTATE

ELLIOT ROCKE ESTATE AFTER A FULL DAY WINE TOUR

ELLIOT ROCKE ESTATE AFTER A FULL DAY WINE TOUR

AFTER A WINE TOUR BACK AT NINGANA MOTEL

AFTER A TRIKE WINE TOUR  BACK AT THE NINGANA MOTEL

AT ERNEST SCHUETZ ESTATE WINES

AT ERNEST SCHUETZ ESTATE WINES

MUDGEE HISTORY

History around Mudgee

Colonial Inn Museum

The Colonial Inn Museum in Mudgee, housed in the former West End Hotel (1856), represents the history of the district’s oldest town. Complementing its extensive collection of domestic and agricultural displays is a unique costumed doll display.  Open Monday to Friday 10am – 3pm , Saturday 2pm – 5pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm

            Contact: 02 6372 7395 Website: http://www.mudgeemuseum.com


Cudgegong Valley Museum Group

Group of museums throughout the Mudgee region.

            Contact: (02) 6374 3365 Website: http://www.mudgeemuseum.com/?i=330/cudgegong-valley-museums-group-inc


Gulgong Pioneer’s Museum

The historic gold mining town of Gulgong boasts two museums. The Gulgong Pioneer’s Museum comprises an old bakery and historic buildings relocated to the site, a vast collection of agricultural machinery and transport items and an extensive display of phonographs and recording machines.   Open daily 9am – 5pm.

            Contact: 02 6374 1513 Website: http://www.gulgong.net/gulgong_pioneers_museum.php


Henry Lawson Centre

Enjoy ‘a walk through Henry Lawson’s life’.  The Henry Lawson Society of NSW Inc. also holds Annual Literary Awards – see full listing for further details.

            Contact: (02) 6374 2049 Website: http://www.henrylawsongulgong.org.au


Turon Technology Museum

The Turon Technology Museum, mid-way between the villages of Ilford and Sofala, showcases the origins and development of the steam engine and its successors to the 1950s. An array of steam engines can be put into operation by prior arrangement.  Open every second weekend 10am – 4pm and by appointment.  Railway 4th Sunday of the month.

            Contact: 02 6358 8434 Website: http://www.turontechnologymuseum.com

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.