The village of Lue can be described as the village that moved to fit the landscape. Pronounced ‘loo – ee’, and originally named Dungaree, it was moved to allow for the installation of the rail line 1884 when it was a busy little village on the route to the Hunter region. In its heyday, Lue boasted a bakery, hotel, blacksmith, two general stores, a product merchant and a butcher. Today, there is the iconic Lue Hotel which has been serving locals and visitors for almost 100 years, the unique Lue Pottery and some self contained and farm stay accommodation options. As well as some fantastic hiking, kayaking and fishing right on your doorstep. Lue is the perfect location to sample boutique food and wine fresh from the farm or cellar door. For the more adventurous there is a premiere motorcross facility. With more than 10,000 acres at your disposal the Louee Enduro & Motorcross complex has tracks and courses to suit every rider, no matter their age or ability. To find out more on Lue please visit www.luehotel.com.au or www.louee.net.au.