Enjoy the views and the wine on this tour of Mudgee
Pedal along the quiet roads, following the route with plenty of diversions along the way
Soak up the landscape and the wine as you roam through this lovely region
Riding at a leisurely pace is conducive to chat
Mudgee is vibrant with eateries and places to relax
Enjoy the seasonal displays of colour and change as you cycle this lovely landscape

Tour de Mudgee Cellar Doors

Duration
3 days
Site savings
$7
From
$320 USD

Mudgee is a mecca for food and wine lovers, and has an intense concentration of amazing cellar doors, and is almost completely flat, perfect for cycling. This self-guided tour offers great value, with 2 nights accommodation included, and will ensure you discover all the secret spots in this fantastic food & wine hub. You will visit famous cellar doors including di Lusso, Robert Stein, Robert Oatley and more. This delightful cellar door tour is a brilliant way to visit Mudgee and includes the best selection of food and wine outlets that the region is famous for.

  • Category
    Easy-going & Leisurely
  • Type
    Self-Guided
  • Duration
    3 days
  • Culture Level
    Familiar
  • Skill Level
    1 - Beginner
  • Activity Level
    1 - Easy
  • Elevation
    1 - Easy
  • Terrain
    Agricultural
  • Distance
    12.4 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    12.4 miles
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Tour de Vines
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This easy-going cycling tour of Mudgee is a self drive and self-guided 2night/2 day getaway. It's the perfect weekend or mid-week escape.

Mudgee has Australia’s oldest Sangiovese and Barbera vines and is the home of organic wine in Australia,  as well as being well known for creamy Chardonnay and robust reds.  With a growing number of cellar doors – 40+ and increasing – from tucked away tin sheds (Skimstone) to large, sleek designed structures (Logan Wines), it’s enough to whet any wine lover’s appetite.

Mudgee has some of the best-preserved buildings in New South Wales, nicely complemented by wide streets that date back to gold-rush days. The small but bustling town has a good mix of cafes, galleries, boutiques and bars. Roth’s Wine Bar, in the general store that Bob Roth opened in 1923, is said to be Australia’s oldest wine bar and is a recommended stop. There’s a burgeoning cafe & food scene. The farmer’s market is on the third Saturday of every month, and is the “ultimate epicurean show and tell”. Meet local producers from honey and hazelnuts, pickles and preserves, olives and oils to figs and free-range Ormiston pork. Guided farm walks are also available each Sunday after the market day, so you can further learn about, taste and take home the wonderful produce from this growing gourmet hub.

* Please note, there is a $50 surcharge per person for bookings on public holidays or that include any part of a holiday weekend (e.g. Easter, Queen's Birthday weekends).

Tour inclusions and exclusions at a glance:

What's included?
Items included in the cost of the tour

  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast daily
  • A gourmet winery lunch on day 2
  • Environmentally friendly cycling water bottle
  • Lightweight fair trade cycling t-shirt
  • Detailed route instructions & trail map
  • Wine tastings
  • Free bike rental is included in the price of this tour (upgrade options are available - please see below).
What's not included?
Items not included in the cost of the tour

  • Visas
  • International / Domestic flights

Tour options and upgrades:

3 equipment options available
2 tour add-ons available