Visit Wollombi, Gateway to NSW Hunter Valley Wine Country
Horse agistment from group paddocks to individual stables/yards/paddocks. Facilities include stable block, indoor arena, jumps, trails.
Private, self-contained cottages located on 110 acres close to Wollombi. Enjoy the open fireplace in Winter, and swimming pool in Summer.
Drop in for a day with us and learn how to make the very popular Camembert style and Ricotta cheese.
Family run wildlife sanctuary where you'll see a range of native wildlife, including kangaroos, wallabies, emus and reptiles. Open daily.
We have both cabins and a permanent canvas tent campground. These both offer a fully ranger-led evening and is not just a place to stay overnight!
Just roll up to the remote campground, pitch your tent and enjoy the walking and cycling tracks on offer.
A great way to get away from it all and explore this rugged landscape is on the Big Yango Loop Trail. The 22km trail includes some steep climbs and descents.
Blue Gums campground is a secluded spot. Bring your mountain bike and explore the rugged wilderness. Access is via a locked gate - bookings are essential.
Boarding House Dam picnic area is a must-see starting point for any trip into Watagans National Park. Enjoy an easy rainforest wall past moss covered walls.
Kerrie is an experienced local tarot reader who reads regularly in the Hunter Valley, and is available for private readings.
The barn is a romantic slab hut with a wood burning stove and a quaint spiral staircase leading to a romantic tree house style sleeping nook.
Butterworth Building provides quality construction, personalised service and outstanding knowledge of building in the area
Capers cosy cottage located only minutes from Wollombi village. Perfect for 2,4,6 people, can sleep eight in three bedrooms, three bathrooms.
This luxury property is available for exclusive bookings of the entire property. The 5 guest rooms feature ensuite bathrooms.
Cedar Creek Cottages offer the perfect setting - enjoy the wood fire and spa bath. All cottages are set overlooking the vineyards and valley.
Jo Potter - Authorised Marriage Celebrant. Servicing the Wollombi Valley and Greater Hunter.
Stroll 5.5kms through Yengo National Park to Circuit Flat Bridge – the fourth-oldest bridge in Australia, built by convicts in 1831.
We produce high quality hand-spun and hand-knitted alpaca wool garments. Visit our online store.
Self-contained accommodation for 2 in a slab timber cabin overlooking Wollombi Brook and rural farmland within walking distance to the village.
Valley floor camping is in a protected area at the base of the mountains. Shared bbq cooking facilities, common fridge and an undercover area available. Septic toilet provided.
The cottage comfortably fits 1 or 2 couples, 1 king size bedroom, 1 queen size bedroom, each with separate bathrooms. There is also a luxurious hot tub to relax in. Late check out of noon.
Dean Reilly Earthmoving provides both earthmoving and farming equipment.
This trail follows the corridor of the first fully constructed road from Sydney to the Hunter Valley, through beautiful countryside.
Experience the infamous Dr Jurds Jungle Juice – or take one home – at the Wollombi Tavern. Open 7 days.
Elope or Wed with a Twist provides you with everything you need for a wedding. No need to spend days, weeks or months looking for celebrants, photographers, cake makers, hair and makeup artists, florists, dj’s, stylists, venues, caterers and accommodation.
Finchley campground in Yengo National Park is a good bet for self-sufficient travellers. A short walk from the Finchley Cultural Walk.
An astonishing wealth of ancient Aboriginal rock art, as well as great insights into Aboriginal history, draws visitors to the Finchley Cultural Walk.
Finchley Trig offers 360-degree views over the park, with a viewing platform and interpretation board, and a well-preserved aboriginal engraving site nearby.
Friar Jurd’s is located next door to Wollombi Tavern, and includes two fully self-contained log cabins. Single night stays are welcome.
Gap Creek campground in Watagans National Park is perfect for families and adventure travellers alike.
The Garden Group, which meets once a month, has no rules, no committee, no fees. It is an association of like minded people who enjoy and visit gardens.
GIRRI GIRRA offers Aboriginal guided bush walks through Yengo National Park and Wollombi Valley. Come walk with us ...
Grape Experience Tours are a family owned tour business. Our mission is to provide the upmost experience of personal and friendly service to ensure your tour or transport is the best it can be.
Grays Inn has been fully restored containing three air-conditioned guest rooms. An historic building in the town center of Wollombi
From which ever direction you approach Wollombi, you are travelling along parts of the Convict Trail. Explore the Great North Road.
The section of the walk in Watagans National Park features great scenic lookouts and wonderful birdwatching. It is best suited to experienced bushwalkers.
General Store, Bar, Café and Live Music Venue. Full range of Beer, Wine & Spirits. Lunch 7 days a week - breakfast and dinner on the weekends.
Heaton State Forest has a range of visitor facilities, such as walking tracks, picnic areas and campgrounds.
An easy 1km walk that takes in the historic buildings and surrounds of Wollombi. A map is available at the Wollombi Museum.