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Exploring Hunter Valley

If fine wines are an essential part of your holiday plans, Australia’s world-famous Hunter Valley region is for you. Set to the north of Sydney in the scenic interior of New South Wales, this land of endless vineyards sees the Hunter River and its tributaries flow from the highlands, irrigating the fertile plains, while quaint towns and villages give a glimpse into the rural Australian lifestyle. The Upper Hunter region is the land of the horse, with the majority of the country’s thoroughbred studs located around Scone.


Hotels in Hunter Valley

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Hunter Valley is the Block Eight, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Talga Estate in Hunter Valley as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Hunter Valley

- Hunter Valley Gardens


If you feel like taking a break in between your winery visits, the beautiful Hunter Valley Gardens are the perfect attraction. Visitors get to stroll along the beautiful gardens including 10 themed gardens, a children’s storybook garden, and a delicious restaurant.


- Hunter Valley Zoo


Hunter Valley Zoo is another great family attraction. It is home to both local and exotic animals and visitors can have interactive experiences with them. There are daily shows that will keep all family members entertained and engaged.


Transportation in Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley's towns and attractions are linked by a public bus service offering transportation by mini-bus, regular bus, and five-star luxury coach. However, if you’re planning to tour remote areas along the valley, car hire is the best alternative as public bus services are sparse.


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