Inland from Newcastle

Further inland from Newcastle you can find the world famous Hunter Valley wine region, an area where you can delve into some of Australia’s best food and wine, while also being surrounded by national parks.

  • Hunter Valley Wine Region
    The world renowned Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine region, and produces some of the best wines in the world that you can enjoy while taking in the gorgeous scenery.
  • Yengo National Park
    Yengo National Park can be explored by 4WD, mountain bike, by car and on foot, consisting of Aboriginal sacred sites as well as World Heritage-listed wilderness.
  • Wollemi National Park
    From scenic canyons, wild rivers and serene forests, the Wollemi National Park is the perfect setting for walking, swimming, canoeing and camping.
  • Mudgee
    If you are looking for a country adventure, Mudgee could be the place you are after – from serene wineries and epicurean delights to colonial heritage streetscapes, explore the rich history Mudgee has to offer.
  • Borenore Caves
    Explore the ancient caves of the Borenore Karst Conservation Reserve, located just outside of the city of Orange.

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