Waterside glamping in Hunter Valley

Australia's oldest wine region offers a number of nature experiences.

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Waterside glamping in Hunter Valley guide


About three hours' drive north of Sydney, the Hunter Valley is a popular weekend getaway for city slickers who want to explore its heritage towns, cellar doors, and acclaimed eateries. But it’s also a destination for lovers of the outdoors with gardens and national parks to explore. When camping in the Hunter Valley for a nature trip, consider biking between wineries.

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As well as boasting the cellar doors of some of Australia’s most famous wine labels, including Tyrrells and McGuigan, Pokolbin is home to the Hunter Valley Gardens. An eight-kilomtre walking track leads you through 10 themed gardens, including an oriental garden, Italian grotto, and a storybook garden for kids.


Best known for the annual event the Lovedale Long Lunch, a progressive-style feast that takes you to several wineries, Lovedale has lots to offer year-round. Take in the views over the vineyards, trot over the Molly Morgan Range on a horse-riding adventure, or indulge at Hunter Valley Chocolate Company.

Werakata National Park

Lace up your hiking boots and pack a picnic lunch for a day out in Werakata National Park in the Lower Hunter Valley. Bursting with wildflowers in spring, the park is a great place to spot birds such as the threatened swift parrot and regent honeyeater. Here you’ll find numerous walking paths, bike tracks, and picnic areas. 

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