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Originally settled pre gold rush, Mudgee is the second oldest town west of the Great Dividing Range.

Fine heritage buildings still line the streets and its association with Henry Lawson has kept it in the history books.

Mudgee is a major wine-producing area boasting an array of attractive vineyards with more hectares under vine than the Hunter Valley.

Surrounded by scenic spots such as Windamere Dam, Burrendong Dam and the Goulburn Rivers National Park, visitors to Mudgee will find an impressive range of attractions and events.

September is the town's wine celebration and the whole of Mudgee joins in for live bands, art shows, helicopter rides, food tastings and off course WINE!! For more information visit the MWGGA

For personalised tours of Mudgee (wine, historical and architectural) contact Mark at