Hunter Valley

Wine Country

Immerse yourself in a world of gourmet food, award winning wines and panoramic views of vineyards, mountains and valleys. Unearth something deliciously new or comfortingly familiar as you stay, play and unwind in the Hunter Valley.

Things to see and do

Fast Facts

Find a Holiday Park in the Hunter Valley region

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    Reflections Lake Glenbawn – Holiday Park
    Glenbawn Road, Glenbawn
    Hunter Valley
    Reflections Holiday Parks
    Ingenia Holidays Hunter Valley
    137 Mount View Road, Cessnock
    Hunter Valley
    Ingenia Holidays
    Denman Van Village
    14 Macauley Street, Denman
    Hunter Valley
    Wine Country Tourist Park
    3 O'Connors Road, Nulkaba
    Hunter Valley

Major Destinations

The perfect base to explore the rich and oldest wine-growing region in the country. You can enjoy a leisurely afternoon of fine tasting of wines and local produce. The town has a number of wonderful restaurants to while-away the afternoon and galleries to enrich your spirits. For a stirring chapter of Australian history, revel at The Convict Trail which is the original Sydney Hunter Valley road hand-built by 3,000 convicts.

Things to See & Do

  • Hunter Valley Wine and Food Month
  • Werakata National Park
  • Hunter Valley Wine Tours
  • Hunter Valley wineries

Sandy Hollow is a quaint village full of flavour yet with a tranquil rural lifestyle. When you visit Sandy Hollow you will have easy access to national parks and country drives and wine trails that will tantalise your mind, body and palate.

Things to See & Do

  • The Hunter Valley
  • Great events year round

Scone, a charming country town in the Upper Hunter, is known as the horse capital of Australia, with more than 70 studs dotting the shire. The regional thoroughbred industry is said to be second only to Kentucky in size and value.

If you’re looking for an equine adventure, check out the local riding schools. Pick up a brochure at the Scone Visitor Information and Wine Centre. Horse lovers will also enjoy the Scone and Upper Hunter Horse Festival and the Emirates Park Scone Cup Carnival.

Things to See & Do

  • Emirates Park Scone Cup Carnival

A blend of country charm and modern sophistication is what you will find when you visit Singleton. Travelling through the rich golden hues that blanket the rolling country side you will feel a sense of freedom as you discover that Singleton is more than simply a country town.

Being the geographic heart of the Hunter, Singleton is home to many recreational pursuits that will keep you entertained, relaxed and inspired.

It’s a town where a drive down a country road amidst the natural beauty and serenity of the area will remind you of the preciousness of life’s experiences.

Things to See & Do

  • Heuston Lookout
  • Lake St Clair

Touring Routes

Tourist Drive 33 is the scenic gateway to the spectacular Hunter Valley stretching from the Peats Ridge exit on the M1 near Sydney, to Branxton in the heart of wine country along the historic Great North Road. More information

This mouth-watering road trip takes you on a journey of food discovery from the Hawkesbury region to Mudgee, then deep into Hunter Valley wine country. More information