Cudgegong Valley Motel

212 Market Street, Mudgee, 2850, Australia
Cudgegong Valley Motel
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RYLSTONE - PART 4

by balhannah

On the road from Lue to Rylstone we pass through nice scenery including vineyards, olive groves, and nice mountain views. Coming into Rylstone, I noticed this was a larger Town, it had a population of more than 1000 people!

A lot of the buildings were old, and heritage listed, a bit like stepping back in time.

The town acts as a gateway to the World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park to the east, and the scenic Capertee Valley to the south. These are the Mountains we were viewing when driving to here.

At the time I visited, there were Bras in the street everywhere. On inquiring, why?......
I found out that it was to raise money for the Cancer foundation.
For every Bra, there was a $5 entry which went to the Cancer fund, somebody had a different idea for fundraising.
By the look of it, plenty of people participated!

A little history..............
The town grew up on the site of a camping spot for stockmen, and many of the fine buildings were built as a result of profit earned from agriculture and mining. Back in 1861, the notorious bushranger, Captain Thunderbolt, spent the night in the town's lock-up while being transported to Bathurst to stand trial for horse theft.

There was a Tourist bus here, and even though it is "off the beaten track" some people know about it!

WINE & WINERIES ABOUND IN THIS AREA

by balhannah

"MUDGEE"

White Man reached Mudgee in 1821, and in 1822 it was settled. On walking Mudgee streets, you will notice that there are a lot of old buildings and very wide streets.

Mudgee has a population of approx 9,000 people, and is the largest town in the Mid West of New south wales.

The National Trust describes Mudgee as ..................

"ONE OF THE FINEST GROUPS OF TOWNSCAPE IN A COUNTRY AREA"

Mudgee, and you should not get bored, for here you can vist Wineries and Cellar doors, taste Honey, visit Museums, go bushwalking and Bird watching, go Horse riding and Gold panning, visit Galleries, Antique shops, buy something special at the local Markets, visit a miniature Railway, or star gaze at an Observatory................you see, there is plenty for everyone.

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