4WD Tracks @ Mulla Villa4WD Tracks @ Mulla Villa
Mulla Villa Guesthouse have 4WD tracks that wind up through the hills behind our historic sandstone homestead, built by convicts for Wollombi’s first magistrate David Dunlop in 1840.
These tracks have gentle slopes for most part, but 4WD enthusiasts can also experience a few more challenging detours. Passing through pastures, dams, native Australian wildlife and surrounded by forestry with remnants of an old orchard, the 4WD track is a fantastic opportunity for you to absorb the many vistas of our property and valley.
Atop of the hill, visitors can enjoy exploring caves, while the flat areas provide a fabulous opportunity to stop for a picnic lunch.
There is no charge to use the 4WD track, but guests on our property must sign in at the restaurant upon arrival and sign out on the way out of the property. Visitors to the property partaking in 4WD activities do so at their own risk. Mulla Villa take no responsibility to any loss, damage or injury to any vehicles, equipment or persons during their visit on our property. Entry to the 4WD track is limited to daylight hours only.
Visitors are welcome to inspect the convict cells underneath the Mulla Villa Homestead as well as visit the original sandstone Great North Road, and explore the convict built well & historic built bridge located in our camping grounds.
Visitors are encouraged to enjoy a coffee, morning/afternoon tea, or lunch in our charming Settlers Kitchen and tell us how you enjoyed your experience. We are also fully licensed, so perhaps a beer or wine with your lunch may be preferred.