Abercorn, one of the most beautiful places to stay in the Mudgee area, is perfect for weekend escapes. If you want to leave the house (and many guests don’t!) you can explore

Abercorn is surrounded by fine wineries including
Huntington Estate, Petersons Winery, Pieter van Gent
Winery & Vineyard, Slowfox Wines and Robert Stein (nearby).
Historic buildings and parks are scattered throughout
Mudgee town centre. The heritage villages of
Gulgong, Hill End, Rylstone and Kandos
are a short drive away.
Mudgee is home to sunny cafes, cheerful pubs,
winery restaurants and independent shops.
Mudgee Arts Precinct exhibits works by Australian artists in changing exhibitions.
Mudgee Farmers Market sells outstanding local produce of the 3rd Satuday of each month.





The Drip, a dramatic sandstone cliff which drips fresh water into the Goulburn River below. Walking, swimming, picnics.

Hands on Rock, a site of indigenous cultural significance to the Wiradjuri people where ancient hand stencils can be seen.

Dunn’s Swamp / Ganguddy, a stunning waterway in the World Heritage listed Wollemi National Park. Bushwalking, kayaking, camping.

Putta Bucca Wetlands, home to 202 species of birds. Birdwatching, picnics.