Escape to Magical Mudgee on your coach tour or group tour.
The name Mudgee, meaning ‘nest in the hills’, originates from the local Wiradjuri Aboriginal people. Mudgee was first known for gold mining in the surrounding areas, Australian wool production, cattle and horse breeding. More recently exceptional wines, honey, olives, great food, art and culture have all made their mark in Mudgee. Steeped in history and with many things to do, the Mudgee Region is the perfect destination for your next Group Tour.
Many of the Cellar Doors around Mudgee offer the unique opportunity to meet the magicians behind the grapes. Visit Moothi for Sunset Sippers, Huntington for a selection of age released wines or Di Lusso Estate for Italian wines and oven fired pizzas. Gooree Park has an enviable reputation as one of the country’s leading thoroughbred breeding stables. Enjoy a guided tour through their picturesque grounds with the opportunity to meet some of their past and future horse racing champions. Finish up the tour with a dedicated tasting in their cellar door. At Robert Stein Winery, beautiful panoramic views of the Mudgee district greet you. Visitors can enjoy a vintage motorcycle museum, guided walk-through of their award winning wines and even lunch at the renowned Pipeclay Pumphouse. Lowe Wines also offers stunning views to enjoy with an afternoon glass of wine and a local food grazing plate. While you’re there, why not stop in for Kim’s famous home-style cooking at the Zin House.
Stop in at Baker Williams micro Distillery where they make handcrafted spirits and liqueurs focusing on regional flavours & influences. Nathan’s butterscotch schnapps may very well become a highlight of your tour.
Have you ever tried the Viking drink, mead? Enjoy tasting a variety of honeys, meads and seeing bees in action at Honey Haven. Does something a little more ‘hoppy’ excite you? Experience craft beers and live afternoon entertainment in the heart of the town. Do you like cheese? Visit High Valley’s gourmet cheese factory and enjoy a cheese tasting with matching wines.
Mudgee also provides a great a base to visit the many historic towns that surround it. Take a trip to Hill End, where, at the height of it’s great gold rush, the town was the largest inland settlement in NSW. Gulgong is another gold rush town that featured on one of Australia’s ten dollar notes. Home to several fascinating museums (such as the Pioneer Museum and Henry Lawson Centre) and approximately 130 buildings with National Trust classification, Gulgong is a must on any multi-day itinerary.
The Comfort Inn Aden Hotel Mudgee offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit any Mudgee Coach Tours or Group Tours. With 53 well-appointed rooms and serviced apartments we can offer a range of options. Let the catering team at our onsite restaurant, Palate Mudgee, take care of breakfast, lunch and dinner while you are on tour. We have cost effective packages that will suit any budget.
Our experienced team will carefully customise a package to suit all your requirements. Contast us now and let’s discuss how we can make your tour a great success.