WinnieThe name of Hunter Valley in Australia sounds romantic and mysterious. There is also a quiet and beautiful place in the valley Hunter Valley Gardens Hunter Valley Garden. He is located in the historic Pokolbin area, at the foot of Brokeback Mountain (Brokenback Ranges) in the heart of the Hunter Vineyard. Walking here is quiet and elegant, can't hear the din of the cars and horses, the machine roars, enjoy the cool Hunter Valley Garden in the shade, there are 10 theme gardens, covering 60 acres, respectively, Formal, Indian mosaic (Indian Mosaic), Rose, The Italian Grotto (Italian Grotto), Boundary Garden (Border Garden), Sleeping Garden with Waterfall (Sunken Garden), Elegant Oriental Garden (Oriental Garden) and Children's Fairy Book Garden (Storybook Garden), with the Statue of St Francis (Guardian of Birds and Animals) of Assisi. The whole garden is basically full of ingenuity and characteristics, and it will go around and into different gardens, so that I think that the world address into Alice's Dream :Broke Road Pokolbin NSW 2320Open Time: 9：00-17：00Transportation to Hunter Valley Garden: Sydney 7: 30 There is Rover Coaches bus from the city center Central Station, about 10:20 to Hunter Valley Garden (Hunter Valley Gardens); the bus return time is 16:30 p.m. from Hunter Valley Park, and arrives in Sydney at around 19:10 p.m.
I am a frequent visitor to the Hunter, and I know a convenient and a satisfying staycation in the Hunter Valley comes down to the location of your accommodation. With this in mind, I stayed at Chateau Elan The Vintage Golf Course in Pokolbin (A.k.a the centre of the Hunter Valley).
We stayed in a one-bedroom apartment at Chateau Elan, it was fitted out with a full kitchen, fireplace and spa overlooking the lush green golf course. When it comes to convenience, breakfast is only a short and enjoyable walk across the picturesque gold course. Set overlooking the 18th green, we knew we were in for a treat!
A perfectly peaceful breakfast whilst staying at Chateau Elan in the Hunter Valley. We sat looking out on the gorgeous golf course, the morning was a little chilly so the staff gave us a heater to stay warm. Order the smashed avocado you won’t regret it.
Traveling to Sydney, in addition to local landmarks, must not be missed is a tour around Sydney.
The Hunter Valley, which is more than two hours' drive from Sydney's downtown area, must be experienced. It is a famous wine region and is arguably the best wine in Australia. It is very famous.
This time we stayed at the Hunter Valley Isburg Resort, where there are golf, wine, spa, and of course food. The happiest thing is to drive in to find kangaroos.