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Mudgee Town Centre. Photo Tourism NSW
Mudgee Town Centre. Photo Tourism NSW
Mudgee Post Office. Photo Evolving Images
Mudgee Post Office. Photo Evolving Images
Vineyard Countryside. Tourism New South Wales
Vineyard Countryside. Tourism New South Wales
Mudgee Town. Jon Armstrong. Tourism NSW
Mudgee Town. Jon Armstrong. Tourism NSW
Vineyard in Mudgee. Tourism New South Wales
Vineyard in Mudgee. Tourism New South Wales
Stein Wines. Photo Evolving Images, TNSW
Stein Wines. Photo Evolving Images, TNSW
Markets in Mudgee. Tourism New South Wales
Markets in Mudgee. Tourism New South Wales
Mudgee Railway Station. Evolving Images
Mudgee Railway Station. Evolving Images

Mudgee Information

Mudgee in New South Wales is a relatively small town with a population of about 9,000 people. It is located on the Cudgegong River and the name Mudgee is derived from the aboriginal language meaning “Nest in the Hills”.

Having developed a major wine producing area, Mudgee is a very popular district to visit for tourists who come to enjoy the many different wineries. Although many people flock to the Hunter valley for wine tasting experiences, Mudgee actually has a greater number of grape vines in the ground and is the hidden gem to discover first. The Mudgee wine festival runs throughout September and is well worth putting on your holiday itinerary.

There are also many other farms in the surrounding areas producing some of the finest of fresh produce. The Markets are held on the first Saturday of every month at the St John’s Anglican Church.

Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy Windamere Dam located along the Cudgegong River. There are plenty of fish to catch including perch, catfish and murray cod.

Goulburn River National Park is a definite must visit place to see while staying in Mudgee. Apart from the usual bushwalking and nature strolls it is a hot spot nature paradise. Recommended activities are canoeing and swimming along the river.

Mudgee also contains many heritage listed buildings with many dating way back to the 1850’s to early 1900’s. The Mudgee Railway Station is one such example which was built in 1884 and is an amazing architectural centrepiece in town. Another great architectural wonder to discover is the Mudgee Post Office which looks spectacular at night.

The lookout located at Flirtation Hill is another worthwhile place to see and experience. The lookout provides romantic panoramic views of the valley.

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Horseriding at Arena Horsemanship Centre. Photo Evolving images, Tourism NSW
Horseriding at Arena Horsemanship Centre. Photo Evolving images, Tourism NSW
Wine Maker on Barrel in Mudgee. Photo Mike Newling, Tourism New South Wales
Wine Maker on Barrel in Mudgee. Photo Mike Newling, Tourism New South Wales