The Hunter Valley, just a couple of hours north west of Sydney, is Australia's oldest wine-growing region and justly famous for its beautiful scenery. Bordered by World-Heritage listed Barrington Tops and the Upper Hunter country to the north; the fabled Wollemi National Park and Hunter Valley to the south, the Hunter is dotted with historic towns and offers a quintessential Australian experience under (usually) clear blue skies.
Hunter Valley Accommodation
Your guide to the extensive range of accommodation featured in Hunter Valley and the Hunter Valley region.
There are many ways to explore the 12,000 square kilometres that make up the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Australia, which is located 160 kilometres north of Sydney. Two of the more adventurous options are from the sky in a hot air balloon, or on a horse while cantering through the countryside. The more practical transport options of car or bus allow you to explore and access all the wonderful Hunter Valley activities, attractions and accommodation options.
The Hunter Valley and wine are synonymous with one another because the Hunter Valley is regarded as Australia's oldest wine region. Some of the country's largest and most respected wine companies are to be found here, so be prepared to taste some of the finest wine in Australia.
Lindemans, Tyrells and Tullock are just some of the names to look out for while driving along country lanes, however Hunter Valley Tours will deliver you to wineries if you prefer not to refer to a map of the area while on holiday.
Aside from wine, Hunter Valley holidays are also about escaping to a scenic and serene spot. While golf is high on the list of drawcards, Hunter Valley accommodation is also alluring as it is some of the most luxurious in Australia. Many resorts and bed and breakfasts are located at Pokolbin, which is the main centre in the region.
You might also hear people rave about the spectacular flora at Barrington Tops, which refers to the World Heritage Listed Barrington Tops National Park.
Visitor Information for the Hunter Valley, Australia. Includes traveller's tips, history, regional info, and more.
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