Mudgee, NSW

Mudgee is all about  vineyards, rolling green hills, exquisite food and delectable wine with a little rustic charm. 

There is so much to see and do in Mudgee, that it can be hard to know where to start and it can get a little confusing so I picked up one of the local tourist magazines called Mudgee Region and used it as a guide. I also discovered an amazing website full of information and very easy to navigate through.


If you click on the link it will take you there...



There is plenty to see and do but these were my picks.

- Visit Mudgee Honey Haven. I absolutely loved this place, they sell a wonderful range of Mudgee Honey, beauty products, honey mead, jams, oils, olives and gift ware. This is a family owned business so you will find everyone is friendly and helpful. 

Location: 2 Hill End Road Mudgee 
Phone - 02 6372 4478

- Cheese Tasting. If you love cheese as much as me, you love this place. 

High Valley Cheese Co, has a wonderful range of cheeses, so wether you like soft, hard or feta , they will have something for you. Currently High Valley Cheese Co boasts 9 hand crafted varieties of artisan cheese which are all proudly made in the traditional manner at their boutique cheese factory in Mudgee. 

Tastings are available 7 days from 10am - 4pm.

Bookings are not necessary. 


Location:  137 Ulan Road, Mudgee NSW

- Visit Indigiearth. Indigiearth is a great place to enjoy a meal and purchase native Australian foods. Products are sourced from Aboriginal communities who use traditional land management practices that respect the land.  Sharon Winsor is the founder, a Ngemba Weilwan woman from Western NSW, Indigiear and is at the cafe to answer any question you may have about the products.

Indigiearth offers over two hundred products including native foods, candles, diffusers and the new all-natural Skin Care range.

Location: 83 Lions Drive, Mudgee.

- Check out the Markets. 

 1st Saturday - Church Markets in the grounds of St John’s Anglican Church 
Cnr Church + Market Streets, Mudgee 
9am to 1pm (no market in January) 

2nd Saturday  Lawson Park Markets
Corner of Church + Short Streets, Mudgee

3rd Saturday Mudgee Farmers' Markets 
Robertson Park, 97A Market Street Mudgee
8.30am to 12.30pm

- Visit a few wineries and distilleries