Historic attractions, ancient Aboriginal sites, rugged national parks, colonial heritage and the Great North Road convict trail; Wollombi Valley’s uniqueness is famed for its colonial architecture, old-world general store, arts, wineries and farm gates produce.
We invite you to take a wander through Wollombi Valley, where there is a little bit of something to suit everybody.
Meander through the Wollombi Valley and explore colonial and convict heritage, authentic indigenous sites and untouched National Parks. Wollombi Valley has boutique wineries and vineyards, arts and sculpture, secluded accommodation, a relaxing atmosphere and unique shopping in the historic village.
Things To Do
- Wollombi Wild Ride – annual adventurous mountain bike ride through picturesque countryside
- Heritage – ancient Aboriginal sites and colonial attractions
- Tourist Rrive 33– scenic driving at its best
- Creative Arts & Galleries– Sculptures in the Vineyards, art galleries and theatre productions
Things to see and do in Wollombi
Planning a visit to Hunter Valley Wine Country and hoping to take the road less travelled? Why not enjoy a scenic drive on Tourist Drive 33, along the Great North Road or Convict Trail, and through the beautiful NSW countryside. Tourist Drive 33 is the scenic gateway to the spectacular Hunter Valley stretching from the Peats Ridge exit on the M1 near Sydney, to Branxton in the heart of wine country along the historic Great North Road.
Redwood Park Wollombi, home to The Woodhouse and The Barnstay, is a stunning 100 acre property that provides the perfect backdrop for country destination weddings or corporate events.
A choice of two luxury self-contained homesteads and a farm full of beauty and adventure are waiting for you at Wollombi Brook Farm Stay. Whether you want to get away to relax, have fun, join friends and family, or if you are planning to hold a small retreat or workshop, our beauty, tranquility and luxury appointments await.
Immerse yourself in the oldest living culture on earth. Wollombi Aboriginal Cultural Experiences is owned and operated by Leanne King. Leanne is a Dhurug woman who has been learning Wollombi cultural lore for over 30 years.
An easy 1km walk that takes in the historic buildings and surrounds of Wollombi. A map is available at the Wollombi Museum. You can also enjoy a gentle walk that follows the Wollombi Brook, beginnning at the Wollombi road west of cemetry (sign posted).
The Great North Road is a 240 km convict built masterpiece constructed between 1826 an 1836 to provide an overland route from Sydney to Newcastle and the Hunter Valley. It was — and remains — an extraordinary feat of engineering as it traverses sandstone gorges, razorback ridges and towering passes. Much of the original convict built road remains in use today although a lot of the original surface is well buried under bitumen.
Experience romantic luxury couples accommodation at ‘Somewhere Unique’ for your next weekend away or midweek break. Eco-friendly accommodation just minutes from the historic Wollombi village in the Hunter Valley