WOLLOMBI VALLEY NEWS, MEDIA AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Don’t miss out as this historic monument is now being sold and entrusted to the next custodians.
The Magistrates House that David and Eliza Hamilton-Dunlop built, with the help of convicts has been owned by the Maul family for 25 years.”
Cessnock Advertiser | May 15, 2013 | Read more
The bride says, “We held the ceremony and reception in a rustic location just out of Wollombi, a little country town on the edge of the Yengo State Forest. Both the ceremony & reception were held outside in a field decorated with an eclectic array of jars of wildflowers, crocheted picnic rugs, hay bales, hessian and lace bunting and other vintage finds that tied in our rustic theme.”
Style Me Pretty Australia | March 13, 2013 | Read more
Another beautiful wedding at the Wollombi Barnstay.
And A Day Photographers | March 6, 2013 | Read more
The Advertiser | February 27, 2013 | Read more
Wollombi is a tiny little town situated approximately 128km north of Sydney and although you can walk through it in 5 minutes there is an enormous amount of history within the area. Wollombi is an aboriginal term said to mean ‘meeting place of the waters’ and there are a number of historic Aboriginal sites in the surrounding countryside. It is thought that aboriginal people some of which who would travel hundreds of Kilometres would pass through Wollombi for Mount Yengo an ancient meeting place. Later in the 1800s the town became a farming settlement and it is the evidence of this that is still preserved today.’’
Rolling with the Demi-Gods blog | February 25, 2013 | Read more
Opening night – Saturday 23rd February, 2013 @ 7pm – $55. Wine available and BYO. Places limited. Bookings essential by phone 4998 3331. Visit our Facebook page to stay up to date on which Saturday night the next dinner will be held, and have a look at our exciting February menu!
Imagine somewhere so unique it takes out the “Unique Accommodation” category in the NSW Tourism Awards. ‘Somewhere Unique’ is that place and it sure is unique.
If you feel like a day trip and want to continue with the unique theme, here’s a way to see the Hunter in a really special way. Jump on a classic Royal Enfield C5 Bullet and join a convoy of bikes winding your way through this spectacular countryside.
‘‘The Hunter offers an entirely different experience from the arenas and stadiums,” Mr Chugg said. “It’s a beautiful location, acts love playing there and fans love the outdoors, the beautiful surrounds.’’
Newcastle Herald | January 18, 2013 | Read more
The screening kicks off the summer series of Flicks on the Green, an event organized by boutique wine producer Noyce Brothers Wine (of which Phillip Noyce is partner) in celebration of classic cinema, great food and excellent wines in the historic setting of Grays Inn.”
Daily Markets | January 16, 2013 | Read more
Whether your tastes lean toward the rustic climbing trails of South Africa’s Stellenbosch or a tour of a Puglian castle, this list promises outstanding travel experiences and unforgettable wines.”
Wine Enthusiast Magazine | January 8, 2013 | Read more
The Wollombi Valley Community Firewise Program – conducted by the NSW Rural Fire Service brigades of Wollombi, Laguna, Bucketty and Millfield (Group 8, Lower Hunter Zone) – won a highly commended award in the volunteer/community group category at the national awards in Canberra earlier this month after taking out the state award in October.”
The Advertiser | December 19, 2012 | Read more
Other local operators honoured at the NSW Tourism Awards included Somewhere Unique, Wollombi (gold, unique accommodation).”