Take a day out from Sydney to the nearby iconic Blue Mountains and go bush walking, visit a wildlife park, see the Three Sisters rock formation, enjoy a BBQ lunch and see Wentworth waterfall.
All about the 1 Day Hunter Valley Tour
In the Hunter Valley, there is so much to explore. Get out of Sydney and enjoy this day out in the Aussie country. The Hunter Valley is the place to indulge, escape, and invigorate your senses. Wine and food tastings in abundance. This is a great day out to experience some true Australian wine.
1 Day Hunter Valley Tour Itinerary - 1 days
We like to support the locals and Drayton’s, one of the Hunter Valley’s pioneering wine makings families, are one of the few local winery companies still family owned and operated.
Sausage sizzle BBQ Lunch
Part of a good day out in the vineyards is an enjoyable lunch included in the tour. Depending on the group size and weather you'll enjoy either an outdoor sausage sizzle BBQ or an indoor cafe lunch. If you're a vegetarian please let us know.
This award winning winery is another family owned, Hunter Valley classic with lots of character. Our group sits down in a private area surrounded by enormous barrels filled with wine. With up to 12 tastings of different types of varietals of wine, the laughs and fun keep coming.
Wine making tour
Take a unique 20 minute 'behind the scenes' wine making tour at a world renown winemaker that has won “International Winemaker of the Year” at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in London 3 times.
NOTE: You MUST be wearing enclosed shoes to join take part in the wine making tour!
Time for a cleansing beer some more wine or a coffee. Try some local beer at a brewery while you laze away the afternoon listening to great music. Apart from the cafe, there are also two cellar doors nearby if you wish to continue wine tasting at your own leisure.
Hunter Valley Village
Wine, beer, cheese, chocolate, fudge, lollies, liqueurs, gifts, souvenirs, books, olives, clothing and art. It’s all here so take some time wandering through this quaint village to maybe find a special souvenir of your day In the Hunter Valley.
Return to Sydney at 6pm approximately.
|Tour code: CTHV|
When you book 90 days in advance of your departure date.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7.20am from Kings Cross, 7.35am from YHA Central, Nomads Westend @ 7.40am, Base Hostel @ 7.40am (yes, same time as Nomads), Wynyard Station (in front of the Menzies Hotel) @ 7.50am) and 7.55am from Circular Quay, Sydney.
Important NotesThings you need to know about this tour
- Itineraries are subject to change due to seasonal, cultural and weather conditions.
- It is necessary to reconfirm at least 48 hours prior to departure by calling 1800 670 610.
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