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Sydney(SYD) ⇒ Mudgee(DGE)
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Sydney(SYD) ⇒ Mudgee(DGE)
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Mudgee, encompassed by the Cudgegong River Valley, is a charming place. Located only four hours by road from Sydney, this rural vineyard town in New South Wales has a culinary passion and leaves an everlasting taste of wines.
Mudgee has a colonial touch evidenced by its colonial architecture scattered across town. Stunning heritage museums and churches, chic boutiques, diverse cuisines and delectable wine will leave anyone longing for this place. There’s local farmer’s market; there’s Wollemi National Park for the nature lovers and very many Irish pubs to spend a vibrant evening with the local folks. All in all, Mudgee, nestled in the hills, will soothe your soul and elevate your senses.
Mudgee is serviced by Mudgee Airport (DGE). The airport is located almost 5.6 kilometres from the town of Mudgee equipped with a refurbished lounge, and the airport is used for technical training. The terminal renovated with modern amenities for travellers and has a conference room for hire.
Flights from Sydney Airport (SYD) to Mudgee Airport (DGE) are available daily. Numerous flights operate from Sydney to Mudgee. Direct flights to Mudgee from Sydney are serviced by Fly Pelican Airlines which is a local NSW Airlines. Other airlines like Hahn Air and Regional Express also provide flights to Mudgee from Sydney. To find cheap flights from Sydney to Mudgee, look for connecting flights offered by Regional Express airlines to Bathurst Airport (BHS) via Parkes.
Tip: Fly Pelican Airlines from Sydney to Mudgee operated from Monday to Friday and Sunday.
Any wine lover visiting Mudgee is in for a treat. Thanks to the nestling mountains and valleys, Mudgee is a wine spot. There’s Roth- the oldest wine bar in NSW, there’s the 1980’s father-son venture of Logan Wines that provides a stellar cellar experience. Spanning over acres of land, Mudgee has vineyards all over town that will please the Oenophile in you. Grab a bike and cycle across the orchards and vineyards, indulge in the six-course weekend gourmet at the glorious Lowe Vineyards, or dine in at the stupendously pretty Alby and Ester’s courtyard café on the weekends.
Mudgee has excellent cafes and restaurant that offers an eclectic mix of local cultures, all within the budget. Try the Pipeclay Pumphouse in the Robert Stein Winery that provides a panoramic view of the nestling hill district. Grab breakfast at the oldest Mudgee restaurant called the Wineglass Restaurant. Elton’s Eating Drinking boasts of numerous craft beers and great food on the menu. Market Street Café specialises in French cuisine and will not disappoint. The quaint little 29 Nine 99 is an excellent eatery outside of the Mudgee district is a particular spot for dumplings and Chinese tea.
Mudgee is home to numerous national parks with its beautiful mountain view. There’s Castle Rock with an easy hiking trail. The fantastic Ferntree Gully trail takes you through the cool forest.Pack a picnic basket and visit ‘The Drip’, go to the sandstone Pagoda at Munghorn Gap.
The Gulgong town has streets lined with colonial and historic buildings, including the Prince of Wales Opera House and the tiny Pioneers Museum. There are numerous small towns near Mudgee that has varied culture and aesthetics to offer.
You can grab your souvenirs from the numerous operational boutiques in Mudgee. There’s Mudgee Art House that hosts creative items. You can grab a token from the quietly tucked away Arts and Crafts Mudgee that features local artwork and artisans. Ripe located on 70 Church Street, is a fantastic stop for designer home items, gifts and fashion.
Tip: Grab a map from the visitor’s centre and go gold fossicking in Gulgong town or at Hill End.
Mudgee has plenty of options for accommodation. You can opt to stay in the nestling embrace of the mountains by visiting a farm-stay. The Peppertree Hill is unbeatable in its services, panoramic view and hospitality. There are accommodations in town ranging from Live-it-large palatial suites to one-bedroom BNB’s. Guesthouses like the Hermitage Hill, Parklands Resort and Conference Centre, provide comparatively cheap accommodation in the best of natural scenery. The Farmhouse at Blue Wren is a traveller favourite for stay, and their food comes well recommended.
Tip: Farmhouses book up fast, so plan your trip accordingly.
Sydney to Mudgee flights is frequent. Customise your search for the best and cheap rates. Clubbing your flights with hotels will result in better deals. To experience the best of Mudgee, visit Trip.com.