Tour de Cata de Vinos al Valle Hunter

Disfrute de un paisaje espectacular en una de las áreas que más crecen en vinos de primera calidad.

Este tour ofrece una destacada experiencia de vino y comida en una de las regiones vitivinícolas más antiguas de Australia. Pase su día en el Valle Hunter o descubra el santuario de vida salvaje único de Brooklyn, cercan del río Hawkesbury.

  • Elija las vinerías que desea conocer o déjenos recomendarle las mejores.
  • Experimente vinos ganadores de premios y restaurantes
  • Descubra la comida local y las delicias del mercado.
The view from Audrey Wilkinson Wines

¿Qué esperar del tour?

Pruebe un té de la mañana en la pintoresca Brooklyn y en los bajos estuarios que alcanzan el Río Hawkesbury. O tome el escénico pasaje que rodea Wollemi Rd o pare para divertirse en el paseo en el Parque de vida silvestre australiano.

El Valle Hunter sobresale por el Semillon y el Shiraz y tiene buen Chardonnay y Verdelho. Otros vinos populares también se sirven, provenientes de otras vinerías de Australia. Visitaremos algunos de los viñedos ganadores de premios del área. Recomendamos realizar cata de vinos en la vinería Pepper Tree – Hungerford Hill – Audrey Wilkinson -Tyrells -Thomas Wines – The Cockfighters Ghost.

Tyrells Winery
Tyrells Historic Winery

Otros destinos no relacionados al vino que se pueden visitar son: el local Smelly Cheese, Chocolates Valle Hunter, la destilería, mercados locales y los jardines del Valle Hunter. Pasada la tarde, canguros salvajes pueden ser vistos en los costados de la ruta, granjas o viñedos. Los lugares favoritos para el almuerzo son: Café Enzo, The Hunter Valley Resort, Muse, Hungerford Hill,  restaurante The Twine.

Your Day Your Way

  • Cata de vino, queso y chocolate en boutiques de vino.
  • Charter privado en vehículos de lujo.
  • Oportunidad para visitar las vinerías que conoce.
  • Tome tiempo para conocer el Valle Hunter a través del Parque de vida silvestre australiana o por Wollemi Rd.

Tour Conditions

Duration Departure & Return Location

Full Day Private Charter Tour 9-11 hours
Pick-up and drop off from all Sydney hotels, private addresses and Sydney Airport

Departure Time

Our Charter tours pick-up and drop off from all Sydney hotels, private addresses and Sydney Airport.

Price Inclusions

  • Tour guide driver of a private vehicle
  • Wine tasting visits to at least three cellar doors
  • All transportation and related expences (fuel, parking, tolls, etc)
  • Bottled drinking water and picnic accessories (if required)
  • We have a limited supply of warm jackets, raincoats and umbrellas – should they become necessary.

Price Exclusions

  • Wine tasting fees are not included. Our recommended venues charge $5-10 per person and this is refunded should wine be purchased.
  • Any Private Expenses – including meals, drinks, or entry fees for attractions

Suggested Items to Take

  • Comfortable Shoes and Clothing
  • Be prepared for the day becoming warmer, cooler, or wetter than when we leave Sydney
  • In summer, a hat and sunscreen are recommended
  • An appetite for good wine and food

Tour Fees

Group SizePrice AUD
Groups 1-6 Guests AUD $1150
Groups 7-10 GuestsAUD $1300
Groups 10-15 GuestsAUD $1450

Cancellation fees

Any booking cancelled within 7-days of tour date will be charged 20% of the total tour fee; any cancellation less than 48-hours before scheduled pick up will be charged in full. We will work with you to reschedule your tour rather than cancel, if possible.

Other Conditions

Child seats and booster seats are available if requested in advance.
For tour activities not operated by Sydney Adventure Tours we cannot and do not take responsibility for any injury or loss arising in any manner.

The Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park

There is an option to include a visit to Walkabout Wildlife Park on our way. This is neither a zoo nor a museum, but a wildlife sanctuary where native bushland has been preserved and indigenous animals make their homes. The park also incorporates Aboriginal heritage sites and educational programs on Aboriginal culture. This a great chance to see koalas, kangaroos, emus, etc up close while also learning something of the original Australians.

Flexible Blue Mountains Charter Itinerary

Suggested Pick up time: 8 am to 10 am. 8-10 hours. This an example of an itinerary, however, all itineraries are flexible to suit you and may be adjusted on the day.

Flexible Hunter Valley Charter Itinerary

Suggested Pick up time: 7 am to 9 am. 9-11 hours. This an example of an itinerary, however, all itineraries are flexible to suit you and may be adjusted on the day.

Depart Sydney -Optional stops along the way

We can choose two from these three options.

Morning tea in Brooklyn – a quaint river village which feels a million miles from Sydney. Here you can feel the sense of community that infuses all the settlements of the Hawkesbury River.
The scenic route through Wollombi. Rather than sticking with the main highway to the Hunter Valley we can turn onto an under-utilised tourist drive which begins north of the Hawkesbury River. The road passes through national parks, past small farms, and through several towns and villages. Mostly notably, Wollombi – a heritage town with a well-preserved 19th century streetscape, lined with boutiques, cafes, and, of course, a pub.

The Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park is best visited as soon as it opens for the day at 9am. The animals are active then, and the tourists few. Not a zoo, but a wildlife sanctuary – here koalas, kangaroos, emus, and other native wildlife freely roam the 80-hectare (198-acre) park which is maintained as native habitat. If you book ahead, we can arrange a private koala encounter.

The Morning -Mount View or Broke Fordwich and Pokolbin

The town of Pokolbin is at the centre of the wine growing region of the Hunter Valley.

One of two spots we recommend before Pokolbin are Mount View and Broke Fordwich we can spend the morning at one of these destinations.

Mount View offers panoramic scenery from Mount View Road. Visit Carillion Wines or Bria Ridge Wines, Dine at Bistro Molines.

Broke Fordwich is a little further to the west and should include a journey via the Wollombi Village. Visit the awarded Krinklewood Winery and enjoy a long lunch and dine at the hatted Margan Restaurant.
It’s very much your day, your way. If you have a selection of wineries you are keen to visit – we’ll plot the route and make sure to hit them all.

If you’d prefer to leave the decisions to us – we’ll show you our favourites. If some varieties are more your style than others, just let us know, and we’ll introduce you to the right vintners.

We can visit a few cellar doors before lunch – perhaps hitting the Smelly Cheese Shop along the way, just for some balance.

Lunch -Boutique Restaurants and Fine Dining

When you are ready for lunch, the Hunter Valley supplies a wealth of options. Favourites include Margan Restaurant, Bistro Molines, Café Enzo, The Cellar Door, and Twine Restaurant. A quick option may be gourmet woodfired pizza and salads prepared while you taste the Brokenwood wines.

The afternoon -Wineries and chocolate shop

With our remaining time we’ll fit in more wineries and, perhaps, round out our day with locally made chocolates. Or for those without a sweet tooth – perhaps some olives are more your speed.

Return Sydney -At a time that suits you

When the wineries and most specialty shops at close at 5 pm, it’s time to sit back, relax, and keep your eye out for wild kangaroos in the paddocks and vineyards as we make our way back to Sydney.