The Mudgee MudMap is your quick-reference guide to local points of interest, essential services, where to grab a great meal, the best places to bed down for the night, local entertainment, shopping, all the best wineries - how to get to them and how to contact them.
One complete compact package in a slim, pocket-sized easy to read MudMap. They are available from most cafes, tourist outlets, wineries, retail shops, service stations, pubs + clubs. If you can’t get to one of these outlets, then send them an email and receive one in the post for FREE.
A true mud map is essentially just that - a map drawn in the mud. Early pioneer settlers would often draw a rough map in the mud after a recent rain to give directions to outback travelers or to tell a story around the campfire. Farmers would often draw a mud map to provide directions to the homestead for visitors.
Long outgrown by mapping technology and suburban settlement, the true mud map has faced into legend, yet the term mud map remains firmly in the Australian language, particularly with those who live in rural areas. A mud map these days will be a simple, free-drawn map from local knowledge to assist visitors in finding their way to local attractions.
Mudgee MudMap have developed the same concept into an easy to carry, easy to read, lightweight, pocket-sized visitor’s guide that helps visitors find the important things on their holiday, but it isn’t bogged down with tons of irrelevant information. It’s just what visitors to town are looking for.