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Hunter Valley

New South Wales, Australia
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Hunter Valley Wine Tasting Day Tour from Sydney
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  • Very good25%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
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“day trip” (11 reviews)
“lovely wine” (2 reviews)
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New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

Drove 2 hours from Sydney into hunter valley and stayed there for 2 nights. As our accommodation had a nice BBQ area, we spent the first day having a BBQ and sat by the bonfire at night. The next day we spent it driving along...More

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Reviewed 30 October 2016

Used to be a great getaway location but it has lost its will to live!!! We have been regular visitors to the hunter over the past 40 years and have always enjoyed our time there, but of late it seems that most of the businesses...More

Thank Kls181
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

Great day trip from Sydney, just about 2 hours drive away from the city. Winery hosts were friendly and we got to try lots of wine. Highly recommended for wine lovers!

Thank Allison K
Reviewed 16 May 2016

We attended a charity night for Turia Pitt who was raising money for Interplast. We purchased a Hunter Valley Wine Lovers 3 day weekend at The Vintage. We enjoyed the spacious, well appointed and clean 2 story accomodation as well as the Golf Course (with...More

Thank Irnbru
Reviewed 14 November 2015

Even being opponent with two kids can't take away from the Hunter Valley. We visited the Christmas Lights Spectacular which was a fun and beautiful experience, husas well as husband playing golf and wining and dining with family. All round great mid week getaway!

Thank chirokatie
Reviewed 16 August 2015

Everything is over commercialised and the cellar doors are too focused on hitting their KPI's than explaining what you want to know about wine, histories and techniques.

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Reviewed 13 July 2015

This place has something for everyone. Nice places for eating, relaxing. Wine tasting and great place for nice walks and picnics. Wish I had more time to go in the lovely boutique shops!!!

Thank JenniCowan
Reviewed 12 July 2015

Amazing wine country, many different options in wineries. Hire a car and do it your self, or take friends in a bus. Many accommodation options.

Thank Matt D
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Many many vineyards offering free wine tasting. There's cheese, chocolate and jam factories within the estate too. Kangaroos can be spotted in the grassland. And one was "waiting" for us in the centre of the road when we drove uphill and hopped away gracefully as...More

Thank Pauline L
Reviewed 6 July 2015

We took a hire car from Newcastle to the Hunter Valley. Visiting the wineries was great fun and at each one, we found the staff to be very welcoming and knowledgable. Most wineries offer free delivery, which is convenient for interstate travellers. As there are...More

Thank Chick1462
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Valerio R
Hi, It's my 1st time in Australia and next month I will be driving from Sydney to Coffs Harbour where I will spend the night. Do you think I have enough time to visit part of the Hunter Valley, or have lunch there before continuing my journey to Coffs Harbour? Or does it worth spending only a full day or a week-end?
27 July 2015|
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Response from bigpond1252 |
Hi, you could have a nice lunch in the Hunter but anything else? No, not really. Most people come here stay for at least two nights. Check out Lilies Luxury Retreat (sorry but can't leave web addresses in this forum) for a... More
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