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Eaglereach Wilderness Resort

Little more than a two hour drive north from Sydney in the Hunter Region is a uniquely Australian Resort which is truly world class. Eaglereach is a nature-based resort with over 1000 acres of natural adventure land featuring an amazing variety of fauna and flora.

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Harrigan's

Located on Broke Road in Pokolbin, in the heart of Vyneyards, next door to the shopping village & Hunter Valley Gardens with its 25 acres of international gardens.

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Hunter Valley Resort

The Resort is located at the heart of the Hunter Valley Wine Country just 2 hours drive north of Sydney. There are around 70 wineries to visit, and activities such as Hot Air Ballooning; Horse & Carriage Tours; Tandem Sky Diving; cafes; antiques, book and dress shops; plus much more. The resort is nestled amongst its own vineyards and incorporates a Wine Tasting Cellar and the Hunter's largest winery.

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Leisure Inn Pokolbin

This charming 25 acre resort is nestled in the heart of Australia's famous Hunter Valley wine region. Surrounded by trellised vineyards and wineries, this resort is only five minutes from award winning restaurants.

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Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens

Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens, part of the Hunter Valley Gardens development, is one of the wine region's premier tourist attractions. Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, the hotel provides an array of accommodation to suit a variety of tastes and budgets.

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Chateau Elan at the Vintage

Chateau Elan at The Vintage, Australia's finest golf and spa resort, is located in the heart of the Hunter Valley. The complex overlooks the fairways of The Vintage Golf Course - home to the NSW Open. At Chateau Elan at The Vintage, experience the subtle difference of excellence.

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Grand Mercure The Vintage

Grand Mercure Apartments The Vintage...all the space of an apartment and hotel service too, right in the heart of the beautiful Hunter Valley of NSW. With a contemporary holistic design that captures the distinctive light and colours of the breathtaking Hunter Valley landscape.

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Cypress Lakes Resort

Cypress Lakes Resort by Oaks Hotels & Resorts is both a golf and spa sanctuary, nestled amongst the vineyards in the heart of Hunter Valley wine country, just a scenic 2-hour drive from Sydney and surrounded by the beauty of native Australian bushland.

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Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley

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Spicers Vineyards Estate

Picture a luxuriously appointed estate set amongst rolling vineyards and native bushland just two hours’ drive from Sydney. A place where great food and wine provide the perfect recipe for relaxation.

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Hunter Region

The Hunter Valley region extends from approximately 120 km to 310 km north of Sydney. More than half of the population live in the coastal cities of Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. The Hunter Region contains the Hunter River and its tributaries with highland areas to the north and south. The Hunter Valley is one of the largest river valleys on the NSW coast, and is most commonly known for its wineries and coal industry. The Upper Hunter area around Scone is one of the largest horse breeding areas in the world.

The Hunter Region is one of Australia's most famous wine-growing regions, known for both its red and white wine varieties. The most important economic activity in the valley is coal mining. The Hunter Valley is a major tourist destination in New South Wales and is the 6th most visited place in Australia attracting more than 2.5 million people annually. There are regular events held in the Hunter for visitors, including the Hunter Valley Steam Trains running the first three Sundays of each month and regular scenic cruises on the Hunter River and Lake Macquarie.