Choose Mudgee Region

Welcome to all new and prospective residents, businesses and visitors
to one of the most liveable and enjoyable 
areas in NSW –


Existing residents are privileged to live in one of the most blessed regions in Australia with outstanding tourist delights, investment opportunities and lifestyle attractions. Add to this breathtaking natural beauty, fine wine, locally grown food produce and a real community with heart and soul; it’s a perfect lifestyle envied by others.

More than 24,000 people call the region home and genuinely love that they live in this welcoming business-friendly and family-friendly community.

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ONE OF REGIONAL NSW’s FASTEST GROWING AREAS, the Mudgee Region is the gateway to the Central West and Far West regions of the state. Just over 3 hours drive from Sydney and Newcastle; it is easily accessible and centrally located to other major regional centres.

A KEY FEATURE of the Region’s economy is the quality and diversity in business opportunities, residential living options and the retail environment. The region’s labour force work in a number of industries including agriculture, viticulture, tourism, healthcare and mining.

If you haven’t already, come and enjoy the Mudgee Region for all it has to offer!


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Choose Mudgee Region

Regional Snapshot



The Mudgee Region is located just over 3 hours from Sydney in Central West NSW. It has a dynamic and friendly community and a strong and diverse economic base, providing opportunities for future business development and growth. The Region also attracts almost 500,000 visitors each year to experience local wine, food, sporting and cultural events.
Population: 24,826
Area: 8,752.3 km²
Major towns and centres
• Mudgee
• Gulgong
• Kandos
• Rylstone
Major industries
• Mining
• Agriculture (including Viticulture)
• Construction
• Retail
• Tourism

Competitive advantages
• Diverse and growing economic base
• Centrally located to Sydney and Newcastle and major regional centres in NSW
• Strong transport links – daily air and coach services
• Skilled workforce
• Strong business services sector
• Great lifestyle benefits
• Thriving tourism, arts and cultural sectors
• Adequate water supply