The Hunter Valley is renowned for not only its wine and food achievements, but its special charm and natural wonders.

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Things to do

The Hunter Valley is a world class destination – renowned for, not only its wine and food achievements, but its special charm and natural wonders.

With countless options to choose from make your next visit to the Hunter Valley a perfect match to your appetite. There’s always more to see and do in the valley…

Take to the hills (or the sky!)

With a growing community of adventurists tackling the hills for abseiling feats and mountain bike challenges, there are a wide range trails to suit all skill levels. What a spectacular way to explore the valley! There’s also horse riding, motorbike riding, skydiving, segway tours and, of course, hot air balloon rides.

Golf

Next to food and wine, the Hunter Valley is known internationally for it’s premier golf courses. Work up an appetite while sampling one of the spectacular courses…

The Hunter Valley Golf ClubThe VintageCypress Lakes, Stonebridge or Chateau Elan to name a few – each with its own unique vantage of the vineyards.

With a partner

If you’re up for something a little more cruisy, how about a friendly game of tennis, pétanque (boules), or hiring a tandem bike to take that special person in your life on a romantic ride – stopping for a picnic or to explore one of the many local restaurants?

Classes

Thirsty to learn some secrets of the culinary world? The Hunter Valley hosts regular wine and cooking classes as well tastings of the best regional produce, such as cheeses, olive oil and olives, chocolates & jams.

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No other region does outdoor concerts and wine festivals quite like the Hunter Valley.

Signature events like Jazz in the Vines & Lovedale Long Lunch have been running for over 20 years. 

Or just relax

Book yourself in for a luxurious day spa treatment (we recommend Golden Door Elysia) or visit the Hunter Valley gardens for a wander through the majestic foothills of Brokenback Ranges - There are galleries, historic villages and markets to stroll through. And of course there’s always the option of bringing along a good book and nestling under a shady tree to taste a fresh cheese platter and a sip of locally produced boutique wine…

The list is endless. Contact Amanda’s on the Edge – we’ll help you plan your day with some local knowledge and recommendations.

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