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Mudgee VIP Wine Tours is in Mudgee, New South Wales.
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2 great girls on tour today . Paramedics from the bush , loved them and they loved Mudgee .. such a fun afternoon and the most perfect weather for it .. spring is in the air ❤️
Mudgee beauties . I carry so many locals . Thank you for supporting me , and recommending me to your family and friends ..❤️
3 days ago
I am so excited to see Mudgee starting to blossom . Our main streets are filled with these Manchurian pear trees and it’s started ... get ready Mudgee for the prettiest show ever .......
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It’s always great to host friends from the past . Thank you Tony and Delores , it was wonderful to see you and meet your friends . I hope you had a wonderful weekend in Mudgee and I hope you got home safely ❤️🍷 ...
Our beautiful MudgeeAround Mudgee, NSW
The first European settlers arrived in Mudgee in 1821, finding good grazing lands on the banks of the Cudgegong River. The name Mudgee is derived from the Wiradjuri term “Moothi” meaning "Nest in the Hills" or "mou-gee" meaning "contented". The village of Mudgee was gazetted in 1838 and within a couple of years, the village had 36 slab dwellings, three hotels, a post office, Anglican church, police lock-up and a couple of stores. There was a gold rush in the district from the 1850s and while no gold was found in Mudgee itself, Mudgee was a centre for the local goldfields, and the town prospered and grew rapidly as a result. Reflecting the importance and prosperity of the town, the Municipality of Mudgee and the surrounding rural Municipality of Cudgegong were both proclaimed in 1860. Many fine buildings were erected, remodelled and enlarged, seemingly with a case of ‘one upmanship’ between opposing businesses! When the gold rush finished, agriculture became the main industry for the district and these days, that includes a booming wine industry with vineyards lining the hills in the surrounding areas.
Mudgee has a rich heritage of well-preserved buildings, in a variety of architectural styles, lining the streets of the town. It is not the sort of town you can just pass through without missing out on so much. I stayed the weekend with my wife, which meant I was able to get up early to take my photos, (mostly) avoiding cars and people in my shots!
Then, of course, there’s also the winery tours to fit in the schedule 🙂 ...
7 days ago
It’s cold , it’s winter but come and enjoy the warmth of our fires , our great reds and our wonderful hospitality ...... 🔥 🔥 🔥 🍷🍷🍷😊😊😊
I personally think winter in mudgee is the best time to be there 👍😆🙏
Warmth of fires is 👍 but the secrets out, i just found an infrared sauna studio in the town hall alley way - Solstice somatics - that im going to put my cold little toosh in! So much colder here than the coast ! Love the picture!
The most delicious lunch for my group at @dilussoestate this week . There are 2 sitting times , and these pizzas were so so good . Teamed up with some Barbera and il Palio , it was the perfect match .....