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
$9
From
$439 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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  • Where does the tour start and end?

    The tour starts and ends in Mudgee, which is located in the central western area of  New South Wales. Mudgee is a 215 km (133 mi), 3-4 hour drive north-west of Sydney.

    Aeropelican offers 12 flights a week between Sydney and Mudgee starting at around $140 each way.

  • How long is the tour? How many days riding?

    The tour is 3 days long with 1 day of riding.

  • What's the tour like?

    The tour is easy riding on flat roads and trails. The tour is self-guided so the route instructions given are essentially suggestions and if you would prefer to stop more or shorten the route that is perfectly fine. The suggested route is 20 km (12.4 mi).

  • Are bikes included?

    Yes, hybrid bikes (well-known brands) are available. Alternatively, you can bring your own bike if you wish by prior arrangement.

  • Is there a minimum age?

    Yes, 18 is the minimum age for the tour.

  • If I'm travelling on my own, do I have to pay more?

    If you wish to have your own room or are travelling alone then a single supplement is payable.

  • Can I upgrade my accommodation?

    Yes. The accommodation provided as part of the tour price is comfortable 3-star lodgings; however, there are 2 options to upgrade, either to a 3-4 star option or a 4-5 star choice. Upgrade charges are priced accordingly and can be selected on booking if required.

  • Are helmets required?

    A helmet is required to be worn on all biking activities and is non-negotiable. If you do not wear a helmet you won't be allowed to cycle.

    The tour operator does have helmets available to hire but if you have your own this is preferable so that you are comfortable with a well-fitted helmet.

  • As the tour is self-guided, how will I know where to go?

    Your arrival information will include detailed, daily riding instructions for your tour along with the map showing your route highlighted. Riding instructions will provide thorough information and give you the flexibility to travel at your own pace.

  • Pricing Information

    The price on the ‘Dates and Price’ page serves as a guide since the rate can vary depending on your chosen dates. Please let us know your preferred dates and we can let you know the total price and availability.

Overall Rating:
4.8/5
Robert G
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

I had a fabulous time down in Mudgee over the weekend. Sampled lots of terrific wines and had memorable food. I highly recommend the tour to anyone who enjoys casual cycling, fresh air and pleasant landscape whilst trying out all the goodies Mudgee has to offer.

Fantastic Weekend Away
sharynnew
(Review obtained from Trip Advisor)

Our Mudgee weekend was really fun and we came home with some top wines from the wineries! The Mudgee region is lovely, the people are really friendly and helpful, the roads are very bicycle-friendly and picturesque, the voyeuristic sheep are hysterical. In terms of improvements, just a few little things that could possibly be looked at – the map provided was kind of "loose" in terms of how much it represented the actual road layout (but the locals were happy to clear it up!) We stopped at a gorgeous restaurant for our pre-booked gourmet meal, to find the restaurant staff had no knowledge of our prepaid lunch platter. They did have a table reserved for us though, so they just decided we could pick whatever we wanted from the menu instead of the "lunch platter" noted on our itinerary (no problems there, lunch was delicious!) Lastly, as lovely as the Cobb'n'Co was, and conveniently located, it's kind of noisy through the night with the pub-goers exiting downstairs! Overall, a wonderful time was had on the tour, my partner and I really enjoyed it. One thing that did occur to us regarding purchasing wines from the individual wineries: maybe you should strike up a deal where Tour de Vines cyclists can buy wines and they'll be delivered back to the hotel at the end of the day for a small extra fee?

What a brilliant weekend!
Karen C
(Review obtained from Trip Advisor)

I recently did a weekend trip with Tour de Vines in Mudgee. It was a fabulous way to experience the region, enjoy some fantastic food and wine, and share many laughs along the way with a terrific bunch of people ... I look forward to the next tour!