Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney

The Hunter Valley is the oldest and one of Australia’s best known wine regions and is only a two-hour drive from Sydney.  Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney is an ideal way to visit the wine country. Sit back and relax, take in the sights and enjoy the wine tasting, without the worry of driving. The first vines were planted in the Hunter Valley in the early 1820s, and the area now produces some of the best wines in the world.

For BOOKINGS and details go toHunter Valley Tours.

Lindeman’s Wines

Lindeman’s is one of the oldest wineries in the Hunter Valley. Their tasting room is in the original stone-walled cellar. The estate is a combination of historical and modern facilities, which is surrounded by vineyards and has amazing views of the Brokenback Mountain Range.

McGuigan Wines

McGuigan wines is one of Australia’s largest wineries. The McGuigan family has been in the wine industry for four generations. Also at the McGuigan’s estate is the Hunter Valley Cheese Company where you can sample a selection of  cheeses.

Dr Jurds Jungle Juice

Wollombi is a small historic town in the Lower Hunter Valley. Here you will find the Wollombi Tavern which is home to Dr Jurds Jungle Juice. Dr Jurds Jungle Juice was concocted by Mel Jurd in the late fifties, after a friend told him of his old bush remedy for an upset stomach. Which consisted of a double nip of port and a nip of brandy. He also heard similar stories by soldiers who served in the tropics during World War 2. They called the remedy Jungle Juice.

Bluetongue Brewery

On a Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney visit the Bluetongue Brewery Cafe at the Hunter Resort. A glass wall separates the bar from the original brewery. Here you can sample a selection of the beer, in a beer tasting paddle.

One-Day Hunter Valley Wine Tasting Tour

  • Cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
  • Morning tea at the historic town of Wollombi. Why not try a Dr. Jurd’s Jungle Juice?
  • Private wine tasting at the world-famous Lindeman’s.
  • Visit the Hunter Resort and learn about the history of wine in the Hunter Region.
  • Enjoy a tasting platter lunch offering a range of local produce.
  • View an introductory DVD which explains the wine-making process.
  • Visit the home of Bluetongue Beer (tasting at own expense).
  • Visit McGuigan Wines for a private tasting.
  • The Hunter Valley Cheese Company (time permitting).
  • At the Hunter Valley Gardens stroll through the boutique shops.

The Hunter Valley

Apart from the Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney, there are heaps of different tours to choose from. The Hunter Valley has something for everyone, there is a selection of breweries, boutique shops, galleries, even cooking classes. Take in the sights of the Hunter Valley in a hot-air balloon, visit the Hunter Valley Gardens, which are absolutely amazing. To check out other available tours in the Hunter Valley go to Tours in the Hunter Valley.

The Hunter Valley vineyard photo is courtesy of  Tourism Australia.

From Kerry at Aussie Tour.

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  1. It sounds absolutely fabulous and a great way to spend a day although it sounds as though it could be hard to limit it to a day trip, a few days sound like the way to go.
    Jenny Locke recently posted..Stop Boring Your Readers: 8 Smart Tips for Writing ArticlesMy Profile

    • Hi Jenny
      With so much to see at the Hunter Valley staying for a few days would be perfect. However, if you are only visiting for the day, a one day coach tour is perfect. It gives you a chance to sample the wines without the worry of driving.

  2. So love the Hunter Valley – havent been there in such a long time 😉

    Would love to do a Tour to see all of the Hunter Valley. The one Day tour from Sydney sounds like the way to go – wine tasting, food, history, DVD, cheese, beer tasting….perfect way to have a perfect day!

    Lisa Wood recently posted..Easter Chocolate HuntMy Profile

    • Hi Lisa
      The Hunter Valley is a favourite of mine too. There is heaps to do and the area has a great atmosphere about it.

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