Despite being a small town, there are plenty of things to do in Mudgee, New South Wales, which is known for its wine production, historic buildings, and vibrant community spirit.

I know it’s a cliche, but Mudgee is a true hidden gem. It’s one of those towns that you go to for 5 minutes and you’re already a fan. It has that special something that you can’t wait to discover more of.

Things To Do In Mudgee

If you’re not sure what to do in Mudgee, here are some of our favorite attractions and places to visit…

Visit Mudgee Wineries

The highlight of our visit to Mudgee, was of course, visiting the wineries. The Mudgee Wine Region is not short of wineries to visit. We soon found out why the Mudgee Wineries are award winning from the variety of wine tasting and wine bars on offer.

Tour the wineries on bikes

Because they’re close in proximity to each other, and the terrain is generally flat, it makes for a great day out. Cycling between them put a fun twist on the experience with our kids.

Visit The Mudgee Brewing Co

We do love our craft beers and weren’t disappointed, sorry Australia but your mainstream domestic stuff doesn’t do it for us anymore. I highly recommend you try the wheat beer and pale ale beer.

Dinner at Lawson Park Hotel

Kids eat free at the Lawson, you can choose to cook your own steaks on the communal BBQ’s, and it was open plan and family friendly.

Dine at Alby & Esthers Cafe & Wine Bar

Located up a little alley way off Market street, you can either sit in the garden courtyard, or get cozy inside and enjoy one of the homemade cakes, toasties, or pastries and a good cup of coffee.

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