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TOP 5 FAVES IN MUDGEE

Mudgee is a town that celebrates a rich history dating back to the 1800s. You may find yourself wining and dining in what was a circa 1896 pharmacy, or sipping coffee at a quirky café that was once a butchery. The air smells of freshly baked sourdough and the sun sets perfectly over the vineyards of this beautiful region.

Spend your days vineyard hopping, grazing on a platter, taking a farm tour or cooking over a campfire. The options are endless, so to get you started, here are Roam's top 5 favourites in Mudgee.

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Alby and Esthers

Head down the cobblestone laneway and you will find an 1873 stone terrace serving up the best toasties in town. Pair that with a latte and you will be set for the day.
@albyandesthers

LUNCH

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Burnbrae Wines

If you are lucky enough to be in Mudgee on the 3rd Sunday of the month, make your way to Tunes @ Burnbrae. Kick back on the lawn, munch on a pizza and obviously... sipping is essential. Alternatively, these guys make the most scrumptious platter available each and every day.
@burnbraewines

DINNER

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The Zin House

Heart flutters. Set on the most beautiful backdrop, Zin House is located at Lowe Estate.  Enter through the kitchen garden and come hungry for a 5 course meal that will blow your socks off. Tip - Try book the chefs table.
@thezinhouse

SIP

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Yeates

A collection of drops dreams are made of. A family run winery in an absolutely stunning, state-of-the-art space. You can taste the love in each sip.
@yeateswines

PLAY

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The Little Cooking School

Private or group cooking classes celebrating Mudgee produce. Let the Ottolenghi in you run free.
@littlecookingschoolmudgee

Mudgee epitomises all that is wonderful about regional Australia. 

It's all about #holidayherethisyear and with Roam, you can travel to these wonderful corners of our country and truly experience it like a local.

Happy Travels.

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