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Things to Do in Wollombi & Hunter Valley

The picturesque Wollombi Valley is situated at the gateway to Hunter Valley Wine Country. In around 2 hours from the Sydney CBD, you will find yourself in a place where you can relax and unwind. Somewhere Unique is located only minutes from the historic Wollombi village – a 30-40 minute drive will allow you to reach the main vineyard districts of Broke, Lovedale or Pokolbin. Or why not stay for a week and experience all that the Hunter region has to offer – visit the heritage city of Maitland, beautiful Lake Macquarie, Singleton or Newcastle.
Visit historic Wollombi, Hunter Valley Wine Country
DINING OUT

Enjoy a casual breakfast or lunch and dinner on the weekends. We can also organise dine-in meals. Further afield are Broke and the main vineyard district.
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IN-HOUSE MASSAGE

ndulge with an in-house massage in the privacy of your retreat. Relax from only $85 per person for a one-hour massage with a professional therapist.
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WINE TASTING

Explore the Wollombi Valley Wine Trail – the local vineyards have been producing fine wines in this region since the 1850’s, and offer a unique visitor experience.
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WINE TOURS

Join in a Full Day Wine Tour from only $85 per person. Visit boutique wineries, cheese shops and the chocolate factory, with pickup from the door of your retreat.
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HELICOPTER FLIGHTS

Spoil yourself with a Cellar Door & Lunch Tour, or Twilight Helicopter Tour in the Hunter Valley … celebrate that special occasion in style!
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THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Wollombi is surrounded by Yengo National Park and the Watagans, making it a perfect location for bird watching or bushwalking, or enjoy a bike ride.
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WEDDINGS

From a vineyard ceremony to an historic sandstone church, Wollombi has the perfect setting for your unique Hunter Valley wedding.
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THE SCENIC DRIVE

If you are travelling to Wollombi from Sydney, the most direct route is along Route 33, and there are many points of interest along the way.
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