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Located along Cudgegong River, Mudgee is relatively close to Sydney, being situated at about 270 km from the famous Australian city. Numerous heritage buildings, shopping centres, unique culture, and many opportunities to plan all kinds of relaxing activities, make tourists opt for trips to Mudgee. The Railway Station, The Post Office building, the Courthouse building, as well as the police station and the public school, are considered to be heritage buildings showing that Mudgee appreciates its past.
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To enjoy the cool weather and many fun activities, make sure to travel to Mudgee in spring. September is the peak month in Mudgee because of the month-long Mudgee Food and Wine Festival. Enjoy live music, open-air markets and private dinners.
St Mary's Catholic Church was built in 1857 and it is now considered to be one of Mudgee city's heritage buildings. The architecture of St Mary's Catholic Church is believed to be quite unique, of a stunning charm.
The Cudgegong River passes close to Mudgee town. Here tourists are able to plan picnics, many camping grounds being situated around the river. An afternoon at Cudegong River will be the best outdoor activity that can be planned in Mudgee, as everyone can enjoy a fascinating scenery.
Mudgee Museum is the place where you will be able to find out everything about the history of wine and mining industry. The location in which Mudgee Museum can be found today was first created in 1856.
Munghorn Gap Nature Reserve is located in the north east side of Mudgee. Here, you will be able to see numerous bird species, this being one of the most popular Australian areas for birth watching. More than 160 bird species can be found here. You can also plan a picnic within the location.
Wollemi National Park is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage area. An impressive wildlife, stunning and spectacular views, in fact a true natural paradise, is what tourists will be able to find here. On Dunns Swamp visitors can plan picnics and all kind of aquatic activities, including sailing and swimming.