Residents and visitors to Wollombi have always been spoilt for choice regarding wining and dining in the Main Street of the historic village. ‘Panino Restaurant and Deli’ has long been the main culinary drawcard of
You may have already noticed that a newly redeveloped 'Visit Wollombi' website went live recently at: www.visitwollombi.com.au The former site received upwards of more than 5000 user visit per month and was the online 'face'
Murray and I are frequently overwhelmed by the natural beauty of the Wollombi Valley. However, many people from outside the area don’t realise that just as captivating is the rich history of the area. Many
Murray and I are constantly proud of, and excited by, the range and richness of annual festivals and events held throughout the Wollombi Valley. These celebrations pull the community together in cooperative spirit and attract
A new logo has been designed to provide a unified promotional image for the Wollombi Valley. The Wollombi Valley Chamber of Commerce, working to promote the area and to increase tourism, commissioned the design of
Australia really is ‘somewhere unique’. Specifically, our ecology is unique, beautiful, and fragile. Take Australia’s most common tree, the simple eucalypt. Except these trees are not actually so simple - owing to their ability to
‘Somewhere Unique’ has once again been awarded the highest possible quality rating for accommodation (for our category) of 4.5 stars by ‘Star Ratings Australia’. Star Ratings are an internationally recognised symbol for quality accommodation standards.
One of the most pleasing aspects of Wollombi, and there are many, is the constant initiatives and innovative changes being made around village. With a dynamic and creative culture there is always something new and
Murray and I have just arrived back from traveling through China. Even though China is much in the news and its icons are clichés, there remains something of the frontier about the Middle Kingdom. Considering
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With only a relatively small population, the Wollombi Valley is fortunate to have a diversity of creative, artistic, and tourist-driven businesses. And ‘Where Pigs Fly’ Farm Sanctuary is one of the Valley’s most innovative and