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The Hunter Valley region is a popular getaway destination in New South Wales since its only two hours north of Sydney. It is home to Australia’s oldest wine region and there are over 150 different wineries which produce great vintages of Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet and Verdelho. It is also known for producing local cheeses, chocolates, breads and olive oils.
Wine tasting tours and food and wine events are a popular attraction in the area. There are also many restaurants that cater to different budgets and tastes, as well as relaxing day spas. Or you could play a round of golf in one of the many championship courses that surround the region. If you are not familiar with the Hunter Valley area, Check-In can help you pick the best Hunter Valley accommodation. You can also get a preview of your desired accommodation with our detailed pictures and descriptions of rooms and amenities.
Check-In offers Hunter Valley accommodation options wherever you decide to stay, whether it’s in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Pokolbin, Singleton, Maitland, Lovedale, Cessnock or Rothbury. Book with Check-In today and you only need to pay a 15% reservation fee, and pay in full when you check out. We also have the best prices available anywhere, backed by our Best Rate Guarantee.
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The gateway to the rest of Hunter Valley is the port city of Newcastle via the M1 Pacific Motorway. It is one of the largest cities in New South Wales, second only to Sydney in terms of population size. It is the commercial hub of the Hunter Valley region and the rest of the northwest of New South Wales.
The beachside city has many surf breaks popular with local and international surfers. Newcastle also hosts many cultural events and festivals, and fosters a bustling local arts and music scene. Not surprisingly, there are many Newcastle accommodation options here at Check-In, ranging from business and luxury hotels, serviced apartments to beach resorts.
But the heart of Hunter Valley’s wine country is in Pokolbin and Rothbury in the city of Cessnock. The surrounding rolling countryside is dotted by small and large vineyards making excellent varieties of Shiraz, Semillon, Chardonnay, Cabernet and Pinot noir. Many established wineries like Drayton, Lindeman, Tulloch, Lake’s Folly and Tyrell can be found here. And you’ll find many Cessnock accommodation options here at Check-In, which range from resort spas, hotels, cottages, serviced apartments, B&Bs to motels.
Hunter Valley is home to a number of restaurants, golf courses and lush gardens making it a very popular tourist destination. Foodie events are also a popular attraction throughout New South Wales’ wine country, like the Lovedale Long Lunch which takes place every May. Lovedale is also the place to go if you fancy taking a ride on a hot air balloon overlooking the Hunter Valley region, or sky diving for an adrenalin rush.
For a bit of fun with the whole family, you will want to stop by Hunter Valley Zoo and Hunter Valley Gardens. The Upper Hunter Shire is also where Australia’s top thoroughbred horses are raised, and there are many farms and tour operators all throughout Hunter Valley that offer horseback and carriage rides across wine country.
If you fancy having a drive around the region there are many tourist-friendly rustic villages around the area such as Wollombi, Broke and Kurri Kurri where you can stop at different shops, pubs, cafés as well as wine cellars along the way.
There are several national parks and state forests all around the Hunter Region like the Werakata, Yengo, Wollombi and Barrington Tops National Park, which are popular destinations for outdoor enthusiasts looking for hiking and bike trails, and picnic areas. Wildlife is also in abundance making the place popular for birdwatchers and photographers.
Another notable place in the Hunter region is Port Stephens just north of Newcastle. Many visit the area for its uncrowded sandy beaches like One Mile Beach and Anna Bay, which are both great surfing spots. As such, it is also a haven for different recreational water activities like swimming, snorkelling and kayaking. One can also charter a boat to go deep sea fishing or dolphin watching with the coastal waters’ large dolphin population. The entire port is home to rich aquatic life and was recently declared a marine national park.
For a bit of fun on land, you can check out the sand dunes of Stockton Beach. The coastal desert wilderness has an over 30-kilometres long beach and sand dunes as high as 40 metres. It is noted as the largest sand dune system in all of Australia. One can explore the area by foot, quad bike, 4WD, horse or camel. There is also Tomaree National Park in between Anna Bay and Shoal Bay where you can take an easy bush walk to enjoy the spectacular views overlooking Port Stephens.
With so many things to see and do in and around Hunter Valley, one can easily see how it has become one of the most visited places in New South Wales, as well as the rest of Australia. People looking for a relaxing escape from city living can simply take a short relaxing drive and be transported to lush scenery in the middle of wine country.
And you’ll have no trouble finding a place to stay with our many Hunter Valley accommodation offers. No matter if you’re staying for a weekend or an entire week, you’ll always get the best deals when you book your accommodation needs with Check-In.
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