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Hunter Valley Region - Wine, Wineries, Vineyards, Winery Tour Maps, Cellar Doors - Broke Fordwich, Pokolbin, Lovedale, Upper and Lower Hunter, NSW

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climate The Hunter Valley Wine Region is one of Australia's oldest and most renowned and wine region with a reputation for distinctive Chardonnay, Semillon and Shiraz wines. The area abounds in tourist opportunities with wonderful visitor centres, and more than 130 wineries, 65 restaurants, 165 accommodation places to and a vast array of recreational activities from hot-air ballooning to scuba diving and fishing along the adjoining hunter district coastline near Newcastle. The are is easily accessible being less than two hours away by car, train or coach from Sydney and only 45 minutes from Newcastle Airport. There are a wonderful range of providers of tours throughout the area include many wine tours and ecotours to the many natural reserves in the area. The area abounds in other regional produce, such as olive oil, fine beef, cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables. The first vineyards were planted in the area in the 1830's. Famous for food and wine, the Hunter Valley has many regular events such as Lovedale Long Lunch and Semillon, Seafood Festival, Jazz in the Vines, Opera in the Vineyards, Hunter Valley Harvest Festival and Budfest. The recently opened Visitors Centre and other information outlets are ideal ways to learn about what you can see and do in this delightful region.

Although there is only one official sub-region: `Broke Fordwich`, has sub-divided the region into 8 sub-regions:

Broke Fordwich



Upper Hunter

Lower Hunter

Mount View


Cedar Creek

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