VISITORS TO THE MUDGEE REGION EXPERIENCE A REAL COUNTRY COMMUNITY with heart, soul and spirit. Locals love the place they call home and are happy to share the surroundings with visitors so they can also experience the region’s local produce tastings and wide range of tourism facilities, activities, events, attractions and experiences including:
- More than 40 cellar doors to sample locally produced wines
- A thriving arts community with world class galleries
- Historical villages to enjoy lunch, shopping or one of the local museums
- Bird watching and natural and indigenous heritage experiences
- More than 80 major annual events, festivals and sporting games
- Magnificent national parks and nature reserves with spectacular scenery
- Excellent range of cafes, pubs and restaurants
- Boutique and antique shopping
- Community and farmers markets with outstanding local food products, arts and crafts
- Family-friendly activities such as fishing, canoeing, farm visits, motor-cross, and attending the horse races and miniature railway.
VISITING THE MUDGEE REGION (click image to watch video)
THE MUDGEE REGION OFFERS A WIDE RANGE of accommodation options available to cater for different accommodation preferences and budgets. There are over 3,200 permanent beds in the Region to cater for local tourism, conference and event opportunities. Additional temporary accommodation can be provided in the Region through our tent city or home hosting programs.
Mudgee Regional Tourism Inc. (MRTI) operates visitor information centres in Mudgee, Gulgong and Kandos. They provide information on local tourist attractions, things to do, accommodation availability, tours and much more. MRTI can tailor partner programs to suit the specific interests of visiting business groups or event organizers. They have a regularly updated tourism website and a comprehensive tourism information booklet for visitors. Please contact (02) 6272 1020 or visit www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au for further tourism information.
To view the full events calendar, please click here (PDF 222Kb).