Mudgee Region desires to be loved as a contemporary country destination, infused with art and music, serving quality produce and wine and shaped by our strong sense of community. We aim to connect across the region to support the sustainable growth of our visitor economy in keeping with our vibrant yet intimate setting.
Mudgee Region Tourism is a not-for-profit organisation committed to growing the local visitor economy. We now welcome over 1M overnight visitors annually equating to $199M. That’s 32% growth since 2014! We’ve been working hard to increase visitors to the region, to benefit all local businesses – those directly or indirectly involved in tourism.
Let’s keep the visitor economy thriving across Gulgong, Mudgee, Rylstone, Kandos (and beyond). Just ask us how and we’ll do the rest.
Featured this Month
Cade Kitchen & Bar
Experience a memorable dining experience in the heart of Mudgee at Cade Kitchen & Bar. Indulge in Cade’s seasonal menu for breakfast, lunch or dinner with three dining areas Outdoor Courtyard, Restaurant and the Attic to choose from. Booking is recommended.
The Woolpack Hotel is an iconic country hotel located in the heart of Mudgee’s CBD, boasting plenty of historical charm and offering great food, refreshing drinks, live music, endless sport and central accommodation.
Convent and Chapel Wool Shop
An iconic rural wool shop providing luxury yarns to discerning knitters. Beautiful local and international yarns from independent dyers and small mills. Hand knits on display and for sale created by local knitters in one of the most beautiful shops you’ll see.
There is something for all palates at Bunnamagoo; whether you are new to wine or are a seasoned wine connoisseur, you are bound to find your new favourite with us.
Afton House B and B
Boasting four luxurious queen rooms and a deluxe queen apartment, Afton House B and B is a late nineteenth century cottage perfect for your next getaway, situated right in the heart of Mudgee.