A stylish village enclave that’s renowned for its wines, mines and honey in addition to its pub, café and shopping culture. Mudgee is emerging from these roots with a boutique distillery, local chocolatier and brewery adding to its tourist appeal.
Heritage architectural buildings and homes are scattered throughout the town and surrounds, giving Mudgee the allure of a bygone era with a central streetscape ideal for leisurely strolls. Australian pub culture is prominent and locals and visitors alike can relax and enjoy beautiful live music in tradition country beer gardens or trendy pocket style wine bars.
Family and friends can put the daily grind aside and linger over a latte whilst wandering through the Farmer’s Markets, gathering fresh regional produce, perhaps for a picnic afternoon in one of the area’s stunning national parks.
Winery tours are exceptionally popular, visiting Mudgee’s many cellar doors, selling fine quality wines, artisan cheese and much more.
Mudgee offers a desirable lifestyle only three and a half hours from Sydney & Newcastle.
We look forward to discussing all things Mudgee with you! Our expertise allows us to reflect today’s trends, showcase your homes uniqueness and capture the eye of today’s discerning buyer.
2017 has commenced with a surge in the number of people looking for property, both rural and residential. In the current low interest rate environment, banks feel less pressured by the monthly decisions made by the Reserve Bank and it’s feasible that they will continue to restrict lending by raising rates, particularly for investors.
Whether your neighbours are too loud or you can hear too much noise from the street, many people want to block out outside noises at their home. Luckily there are a few simple things that anyone can do to soundproof their homes so they can enjoy some peace and quiet. Close gaps around doors and […]
Hundreds of people across the Mudgee region will be waking up early tomorrow morning to pay tribute to the sacrifices of Australian servicemen and women. This year’s Anzac Day is the final year of the Centenary of Anzac, a four-year commemorative event that marks 100 years since World War One (1914 – 1918). Crowds will […]
The Mudgee Aero Club will be bringing back the very successful Wings, Wheels and Wine air show this month with a line up of high-flying entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. Being held on Sunday 29 April at the Mudgee Airport, the event will give locals the chance to see thrilling aerial displays take to […]
Head to the historic gold-mining village of Hill End this weekend (April 20-22) for a celebration of arts, culture and heritage at “The End” Festival. Now in its third year, this unique festival will feature live bluegrass, folk and country music, the best of the region’s wine, craft beer and food, as well as art […]
They say that you should make hay while the sun shines and that’s never been more applicable for Australian mortgage holders than it is now. At the Reserve Bank’s April meeting the official cash rate was kept on hold at the historic low of just 1.5 per cent, making for a record breaking period of […]