Mudgee Attractions | NSW

Cherry Picking at Roth Family Orchard Mudgee

Sweet, juicy, delicious cherries straight from the tree! For a great fun morning out with family or friends visit the orchard to pick your own cherries. Or take the easy option and have them picked for you - they deliver around north west NSW and to Sydney. The flavour direct from this Mudgee orchard is amazing. This family farm opens on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday mornings in season, late November to mid December. Cherries are best picked early morning as they stay fresh longer when picked while still cool - and it's more fun for the pickers too! Fruit ripeness depends on the seasonal weather, so the timing can vary each year, the first two weekends in December are most reliable. Trees are pruned to keep them short making picking easy and fun for children and adults. Five established varieties of cherries: Samba, Simone, Rons, Vans and Black Star and new plantings of Morello cherries. You'll use a cherry picking lug to pick like a pro! Bring your own box/bags/esky to take cherries home. They also have boxes for sale.

Frog Rock

Frog Rock is a natural granite rock formation by the side of the road in the shape of a crouching frog, situated on the Ulan Road. The granite from this area was used in the construction of the new Parliament House in Canberra. Frog Rock can be seen on the left hand side of the Ulan Cassilis road, 19 kilometres north of Mudgee, 1.5 kilometres past Hadabob Road.

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.

Lawson Park Mudgee

Spend the day at beautiful Lawson Park in Mudgee showcasing a children's playground, free electric barbecues, tables and chairs and covered picnic areas. There are walking and cycle paths, so don't forget your bikes, Take a picnic and sit by the river, watch the children play, take some extra bread to feed the ducks.

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.

Mudgee Miniature Railway

Closed until further notice due to COVID-19 concerns The Mudgee Miniature Railway is a three and a half, and five inch gauge miniature railway giving rides behind steam, petrol and electric powered miniature trains. The railway operates depending on the weather on the second Sunday of every month. All those boarding must wear enclosed shoes for safety reasons. The railway is a non-profit co-operative.

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.

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.

The Pampered Lady: Body Treatments and Facials

The Pampered Lady is located in Mudgee and is open extended hours by appointment for visitors to their region. Thalgo products are used and offer exceptional results. At the Pampered Lady it’s all about you and your skin! Treat yourself to a little bit of pampering after a wine tour or before dinner with a massage, makeup application or body wrap or maybe you’re wanting an Illuminating Facial. There is sure to be something that’s right for you. Anne is a beauty therapist who is passionate about all things skin. You can be assured that whatever treatment you decide upon, it will be tailored to meet your needs and concerns. Thalgo treatments are renowned for their incredible results. Body treatments refine, relax and tone while facials can incorporate Hydradermabrasion and offer spectacular results in anti-ageing, hydrating, purifying and much more. Pamper Yourself at The Pampered Lady!