With an abundance of things to things to do and one of the best food and wine scenes in the country, here’s our guide to help with planning your Mudgee experience.


Located on the southern approach to Mudgee and just a short drive from Yurali House, a visit to Logan Wines and First Ridge is an opportunity to relax in style and take in the picturesque view of the Mudgee countryside.

If you’re looking to enjoy the very best of local winemaking coupled with a leisurely lunch, grazing platter or rustic wood fired pizza then Cellar by Gilbert, Di Lusso, Burnbrae Wines and Moothie Estate certainly won’t disappoint.

Finally, a visit to Mudgee wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the organic LOWE Wines. A beautiful winery with a stunning vineyard and unrivalled, panoramic views of Mudgee. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine and watch the day go by.

The Saturday morning Church Market, Lawson Park Market and Farmers Markets each showcase the best seasonal, local produce available in the Mudgee region. Stalls typically include freshly made bread, cheeses and chutneys, native flowers, crafts, oils, handmade textiles, arts and more.

For a more boutique shopping trip, a wander along Market and Church Street is the perfect opportunity to stock up on homewares, lifestyle pieces, boutique fashion brands and accessories.


It’s hard to know where to begin with food recommendations!

The Zin House (partner of LOWE Wines) and Pipeclay Pumphouse (partner of Robert Stein Winery) are two standout restaurants that shouldn’t be missed.

Zin House, showcases the best of home grown and local produce in a welcoming, homely and laid back atmosphere. Open for long lunches and degustation dinners, Zin is our #1 recommendation.

Pipeclay open for breakfast, lunch and dinner provides diners with a modern, stylish paddock-to-plate dining experience. Offering both a la carte and degustation experiences, the Pipeclay has something for everyone.

For a more leisurely dinner, head towards Market Street and Eltons or Roths wine bar. These cosy and lively eateries offer excellent service, great seasonal produce and a huge selection of craft beers, cocktails and local wines.