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Places nearby Morpeth


Morpeth, situated on the banks of the Hunter River, was once the gateway to inland Australia and one of the busiest trade ports in New South Wales. Today you can wander down cobbled streets to find colonial sandstone buildings occupied by modern and inviting cafés, pubs, galleries, boutiques, antique shops and local businesses.
With over 60 Specialty shops and boutiques and be inspired by local handicraft and artwork, antiques, unique home wears, exquisite clothing, dazzling jewellery and affordable accessories characterized by individual style and immense character.
Gourmet delights from Morpeth's restaurants, eateries and coffee houses offer creative expressions of the finest ingredients with superior service.
Don&t miss the chance to sample local wines and taste sumptuous local treats and produce while soaking up the relaxed riverside ambiance.
Morpeth annually hosts a wide range of events attracting thousands of visitors to its picturesque location on the banks of the Hunter River. The township celebrates everything from the Weird and Wonderful Novelty Teapot Exhibition and Morpeth Honey and Fiery Food Festival.

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