Category Archives: Mudgee News

A race day treat for farming families

Posted by I Love Mudgee on August 15th, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

The Mudgee Race Club and its many supporters are inviting all farmers and their families to the next race day for a special day out on them. The Farmers Family Day Out will take place during the club’s Sunday September 2nd Race Meeting. Farmers that head along will be treated to a delicious lunch, hospitality, […]

Sew As I Go at Artisan on Lewis

Posted by I Love Mudgee on August 13th, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

You’ll want to head to Artisan on Lewis later this month to catch the exhibition “Sew As I Go” by contemporary textile artist Niki McDonald. Niki will be bringing a year’s worth of her hand sawn “Sew As I Go” creations. They will showcase the sass of urban life balanced with the pace of needlepoint […]

Latest council budget announced

Posted by I Love Mudgee on August 8th, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

Mid-Western Regional Council has announced that they have now adopted the 2018/19 Operational Plan, which sets out their action plan and budget for the year ahead. The Operational Plan is a guideline for the council. It provides a blueprint of how much council will spend, what it will be spent on, and how council will […]

Learn more about Lawson Park’s sculptural works at guided walk

Posted by I Love Mudgee on August 6th, 2018 in Mudgee News | 1 Comment

Find out more about the captivating sculptures that meander their way around Lawson Park by attending a free-guided walk on Saturday 15 September 2018. Those who head along will be able to enjoy a wide range of sculptural works. The collection has been curated over a number of years with the majority of sculptures having […]

Support local farmers through 200Bales campaign

Posted by I Love Mudgee on August 1st, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

The Mudgee community is known to pull together when times are tough and that has been demonstrated yet again with the 200Bales campaign. The local initiative started with the simple goal of providing a truckload of hay bales to help out farmers struggling in the current drought and has snowballed from there. Businesses and people […]

Will house price disparity lure more Sydneysiders to Mudgee?

Posted by I Love Mudgee on July 31st, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

Sydney’s record property price growth finally seems to be at end, so does this mean that it’s time for that growth to move to other cities and regions across the country? This is what has happened in past incidences when Sydney has seen prices falter; buyers have turned their attention elsewhere where they can find […]

Don’t miss Mudgee Readers’ Festival 2018

Posted by I Love Mudgee on July 30th, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

Those who love escaping to another world with the turn of a page won’t want to miss this year’s Mudgee Readers’ Festival running from August 10 – 12, 2018. Now in its 8th year, the festival is a chance to celebrate the art of storytelling with the best food, wine and hospitality that the Mudgee […]

Vote on Gulgong Skate Park redesign

Posted by I Love Mudgee on July 25th, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

The local community is being given the chance to choose one of four preferred designs for the Gulgong Skate Park. Park users were asked to provide input to Mid-Western Regional Council earlier this year as part of community consultation in the park’s redesign. Four concepts have been provided to council as part of the tender […]

Plant away for National Tree Day

Posted by I Love Mudgee on July 23rd, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

Mid-Western Regional Council and Planet Ark are inviting the local community to Putta Bucca Wetlands Reserve from 10am on Sunday 5 August to plant native trees and shrubs for National Tree Day. The event offers a fantastic way for individuals to help care for the environment. Since the event got underway in 1996 it has […]

Glen Willow Sporting Complex receives federal funding

Posted by I Love Mudgee on July 18th, 2018 in Mudgee News | No Comments

The Glen Willow Sporting Complex is set to get bigger and better with the help of $6.95 million in funding from the federal government. Federal Member for Calare Andrew Gee and Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government John McVeigh announced the news on their Facebook pages last week, with the funding being offered as part […]

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