Mudgee Travel Guide

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Mudgee Things to Do

  • MUDGEE IN Mid West NSW

    This is a lovely country town, located about 3hours drive from Sydney. Mudgee was 1st settled in 1822, so has many Australian architectural facades, with plenty of historic buildings lining the wide streets.The Tourist Information centre is a must visit to pick up your FREE WALKING BROCHURE.open 7 days from 9 – 5pm. The helpful lady behind the...

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  • Mudgee park

    Located straight across the road from the Tourist Information centre, is Robertson park. This park was lovely when we visited in Spring, nice gardens, a Rotunda (1903), seating, free Toilets, free electric bbq's, children's playground, and plenty of shade Trees, all that we needed to enjoy our lunch that we had bought from the Bakery.Just a note...

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  • HENRY LAWSON CENTRE AT GULGONG *2*

    This is “Henry Lawson” country. Henry Lawson was a famous Australian Poet, who wrote most of his Poems about this area. A MUST VISIT is the Henry Lawson Centre. We had previously visited, so did not go back this time. The museum is dedicated to Lawson’s life and literary works, and has won an award of Distinction. Henry Lawson was an infant when he...

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  • VISIT GULGONG – in MID-WEST N.S.W....

    Another, small, historical Town, Gulgong is located on a hill. The main street is very narrow, so much so, that two cars often can’t pass each other!As it was a gold rush town, it once had a population of 20,000 people in the 1870’s, but has nowhere near that now. It has many interesting buildings,(lots with Iron Lace) with 130 of them being listed...

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  • Historic Post Office at Mudgee

    Located just around the corner from the Info. Centre is the lovely "classical revival" stuccoed brick Post Office, built in 1862.It was one of the 1st major country Post Offices in New South Wales. Nice features of it are an Arcade and the small Bell Tower.

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  • ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

    Not only is the Church nice inside, but on the outside as well. Walk the grounds, check out the gardens and the small stone presbytery built in 1857 , (located at the front part of the present building)In the Church grounds, The Mudgee Farmers' Markets are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month - 8:30am to 12:30pm.

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  • Walk MUDGEE

    This is the best way to see the historic buildings of Mudgee. I started at one end of the main street, detoured up and down some side streets, and eventually finished at the Park opposite the Tourist Information centre.The walk is flat and easy to do.If you visit the tourist info centre, they have a FREE "walking brochure."

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  • ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH - MUDGEE

    St Mary’s Catholic Church, on the corner of Church and Market Street, is a beautiful historic church. There is also St Matthew’s Catholic school, behind the Church on the block facing Lewis Street.Mudgee’s first Catholic priest established the Mudgee parish and built a small stone presbytery (the front part of the present building) in 1857, and he...

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  • ST. JOHN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH - MUDGEE

    Located on the opposite corner to the Catholic church is St. John's.Another lovely, historical church, it was founded in 1841, built the same year, and the Pipe organ was installed in 1881. The organ, and the church bell, was bought and donated to the church. The stained glass windows are a collection of heritage art.Left is a most beautiful...

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Mudgee Off The Beaten Path

  • RYLSTONE - PART 4

    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...

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  • KANDOS - PART 7

    As you drive out of town, heading to Ilford, make sure you stop at the lookouts. We did, and the view was beautiful. You overlook Kandos, the countryside and the Coomber Melon Mountain Range.As well, you get to see just how far the rope-way goes for, even then, it goes further than the eye can see.This was our last stop on our scenic tourist drive...

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  • KANDOS - PART 6

    After enjoying my walk around Rylstone, it was back in the car and onto the next town which was Kandos (est.1913)This Town had an interesting sight as we were driving in, a flying fox (rope - way) carrying buckets across roads and over the country side, we never did find the end.We did find out that Kandos is an industrial town, and that the New...

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