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Mudgee Observatory


Mudgee Observatory has been a private observatory for the past 10 years and used on occasion by the University of NSW, the staff of Sydney Observatory and members of the Sutherland Astronomical Society.

Open to the general public and catering for school groups, organised tours and any member of the general public who wishes to attend. The observatory is situated 15 minutes drive to the west of Mudgee in a location of extremely dark skies away from the town lights and the lights of Ulan mines.

A visit to Mudgee Observatory can be both entertaining and educational for people of all ages. The theatre and flat screen planetarium runs several features on the night sky and the Sun as well as many programs on space missions. The Observatory also runs daytime sessions for viewing the Sun.

Bookings are essential for both night and day sessions.




961 Old Grattai Road
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 8.1K from Grattai

Mudgee Corner Store


Mudgee Corner Store is a general store with a difference. They stock newspapers, everyday pantry goods, local produce including locally sourced vegetables, fruit, condiments and meats.

There is a tasty storemade takeaway menu including soups, sausage rolls and pies in the warmer months, fresh sandwiches, salad rolls and salads utilizing locally grown ingredients. Available is Fish River Roasters freshly ground coffee that can be enjoyed in store or on the run.

Last but not least they have their own range of goodies such as jams, conserves, bread, storemade cakes and muffins, olive oil, honey and sauces. Pop in for the paper and a coffee soon, and take a bit of Mudgee home with you.




72 Lewis Street
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.7K from Grattai

Gooree Park Mudgee


Gooree Park is situated on one of Central New South Wales' most beautiful properties, in between Mudgee and Gulgong and encompasses over 500 hectares of glorious vineyards, a Wagyu beef enterprise and one of the country's most notable thoroughbred racing studs.

In addition to cellar door wine sales and tastings, they offer an increasing line-up of combined stud and wine experiences including - Stud and Wine Tours, Wine and Wagyu Barbecues, High Tea in The Stables, Bubbly Breakfasts at the Track and Melbourne Cup at Gooree.

Pop by when you're next in Mudgee and find out what all the talk is about.




1154a - 1154b Castlereagh Highway
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.9K from Grattai

Robertson Park


Located in the centre of Mudgee, Robertson Park provides a significant tourist destination for local residents and visitors from Australia and overseas.

The band rotunda, built in 1903, has a National Trust listing and is extremely popular for weddings with several reception facilities nearby.

The park was originally the town's market place. The park contains some lovely flower gardens and shady picnic spots. There are facilities for bus parking and caravans available located opposite the Visitor Information Centre.




Market Street
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.9K from Grattai

Grattai: Events

Live and Local on Church Street


Live and Local on Church Street will take place on Saturday March 17 from 4pm to 8pm in conjunction with the Mudgee Food and Drink Trail weekend and is free for the public to attend.

Established live music venues will showcase local artists. In additoin, retail outlets, cafes and restaurants will be transformed into temporary live music spaces. Visitors can experience the local live music scene and hidden talent in the reigon.


Event Dates
2018
      17th Mar


Church Street
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.4K from Grattai

Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers Markets


The Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers Markets are held in the picturesque grounds of St Marys Church, every third Saturday of the month.

There are up to 50 stallholders there with a range of goods from the Mudgee area. Everything sold has to be grown, baked, smoked, cooked, or made within a 100 mile radius of the town. There is a strong presence of organic or chemical free products with several farmers having full organic certification.

Bread, olives and olive products, wine, lamb (including lamb pies), fruit, jams, tapenades, cup cakes, fresh juice (summer), coffee (Fish River Roasters), pates, preserves, pickles, sauces, wine fudge, sheep and goat cheese, fresh vegetables and herbs, native plants, bread, macaroons, sausage rolls, mustards, and wine jellies are some of the products regularly available.

There are also regular kids cooking classes at most of the markets. Local musicians provide live music at each market.


Event Dates
2018
      17th Mar
      21st Apr


Church Street,
Corner of Market Street
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.6K from Grattai

Flavours of Mudgee


Flavours of Mudgee is a free community street festival event which brings together local stallholders and their regional wine, food, and produce. The street festival brings the CBD alive as crowds gather to have dinner in the street and taste the flavours of Mudgee.

Entertainment complements the food and wine offerings at an event which is for locals as much as visitors.

Flavours of Mudgee is the perfect showcase of local offerings which helps to build the brand of local businesses, and demonstrate the diversity of the local tourism industry.


Event Dates
2018
      22nd Sep


Market and Church Streets
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.7K from Grattai

Mudgee Region Food and Drink Trail


A gastronomic adventure through the Mudgee Region, sampling expertly crafted local food and drink matches. Traverse the Trail alone, in a couple or with a group of friends and discover a delectable drop with a small bite at each participating venue. A Trail Pass is your key to each pairing, offering vouchers which are exchangeable for a taste of beer, wine, spirits or non-alcoholic option alongside a tasty morsel of locally inspired food. Venues include local cafes, restaurants, picturesque wineries as well as the local brewery and distillery. Each pass contains six vouchers and there is no limit to pass purchases per person.


Event Dates
2018
      17th Mar
      18th Mar


84 Market Street
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.9K from Grattai

Grattai: Travel Tips

Mudgee Visitor Information Centre


Situated next to Mid Western Regional Council and opposite the beautiful Robertson Park, Mudgee Visitor Information Centre provides a welcome to visitors and residents alike.

Renowned for its food and wine, with almost 9 in 10 visiting a cellar door during their stay, visitors need three to four days to truly discover the range of other sensory experiences in the Mudgee Region. There is art, craft and world-class ceramics; historic villages including Gulgong, Rylstone and Kandos and heritage museums; nature and adventure tours, cycling and bird-watching in National Parks; shopping at antique, local produce and gift stores.

Visit the centre for information on accommodation, cellar doors, dining, and things to do and see including local and regional national parks.

They also offer a great range of local produce and souvenirs for purchase.

The Mudgee Visitor Information Centre provides convenient off street parking, complimentary WiFi, public toilets and baby change facilities.




84 Market Street
Mudgee, NSW, 2850

Located 11.9K from Grattai

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