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Welcome to Hunterweb - Tourist Information Website for Hunter Valley Wine Country. 

As Australia’s most visited wine region, the Hunter Valley is an easy 2 hours drive North of Sydney and attracts guests from Australia and around the World who come to enjoy our regional wines, local produce, fresh country air and to experience the Australian country lifestyle.

Our website offers you a selection of boutique businesses who have something unique and special to offer.  The Hunter Valley is also made up of a number of areas, each with its own personality, landscape and attractions and we encourage you to explore beyond the central area and discover the quieter side of the Hunter Valley.

Places to Stay

Places to Stay

Curl up in front of a real fire or chill out on the verandah and watch the kangaroos - this is not the world of the international resort, this is the world of the small scale - boutique style accommodation in the country.

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Places to Eat

Places to Eat

Wherever there is fine wine there will be good food - they go together. Here are some unforgetable places: great food in memorable locations.

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Regions

Regions

The Hunter Valley is a series of experiences - and there are several small regions each with their own story to tell. Explore off the beaten track and you will be surprised!

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Things to Do

Things to Do

There is more to the Hunter than wine. A lot more - and here are some things you might not have considered. A sculpture park, aboriginal art gallery and tours of sarced sites, seen from a hot air balloon perhaps?

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Weddings & Conferences

Weddings & Conferences

A wedding in a vineyard - how good is that! The resources are all here - century old churches, fantastic venues for the reception, plenty of choice of accommodation, professional makeup and support services. These locations work just as well for conferences.

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Wine & Tasting

Wine & Tasting

Australian wine started in the Hunter Valley in the 1820: and is still here for some very good reasons - a great place to grow grapes and make wine. Old established families rub shoulders with the new kids on the block: and we all enjoy a drink.

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