Mudgee (mud-jee) is a hidden gem located northwest of Sydney. The name derives from the Wiradjuri word ‘Moothi’ meaning “Nest in the Hills” and as our graphic designer Tanya recently found out, this small town is a refuge for those trying to escape the madness of the big city. Here’s a snapshot of Tanya’s stay in Mudgee.
8am - Enroute to Mudgee
9:30am - Fruit stop at the local markets
12pm - Lunch @artisanonlewis - a must-see for art and chai lovers.
1:30pm - Arrived at our cottage
2pm - Explored the grounds and an olive farm
7am - Woke up to watch the sunrise
9am - Home made breakfast!
10am - Wine tours. The first stop was @thistlehillorganicwine
11am - Second stop was Blacklea Vineyard & Olive Grove Mudgee
12:30pm - Third stop was Burnbrae Wines Mudgee where we had lunch and watched live music.
3pm: Fourth stop - Mudgee Small Wine Makers Centre
4pm: We visited alter Wines Mudgee
7pm: Dinner @ the incredible The Zin House
Keep up-to-date on all of Tanya's travels, past and present, here.