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Hunter Valley Wine Tour

Hunter Valley Wine Tours is a showcase of Australia’s famous wine region. We offer a variety of food and wine experiences for everyone to explore. The Hunter Valley hinterland is known for its Semillon, but it also produces award-winning Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Verdelho. Visitors can wander through vineyards and visit boutique cellar doors for a hosted wine-tasting experience.


Highlights of the best Hunter Valley Wine Tour.

  • Visit 3 to 4 carefully selected boutique wineries in the Hunter Valley.
  • You can visit the Hunter Valley Gardens Village, known for its picturesque beauty.
  • You can have a satisfying meal at a nearby cafe.
  • You can enjoy fresh local produce from the Cheese Shop.
  • Explore Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park during your travels.


Start your Hunter Valley Wine Tours by enjoying the scenic views of Sydney Harbour as you travel across the iconic Harbour Bridge towards the renowned wine-growing region of Australia, the Hunter Valley.
Our tour offers diverse food and wine experiences in the Hunter Valley region, ensuring a delightful experience for everyone.

The Hunter Valley hinterland is known for Semillon. The region also produces award-winning wines like Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Verdelho. Visit vineyards and try wine tastings at boutique cellar doors. We have chosen cellar doors with excellent customer service and high-quality wine. Enjoy two tastings before lunch and one in the afternoon.

Visitors can enjoy a delightful cafe meal at the charming Hunter Valley Garden Village during lunchtime. Afterwards, there is ample time to explore a diverse selection of boutique shops and galleries and sample local produce. Some notable places to visit include the Hunter Valley Chocolate Company, The British Lolly Shop, Kissofire Hunter Valley Liqueurs, and The Garden Cellars. Additional tastings are available at the guests’ expense.

Conclude your day by visiting our preferred boutique cellar door, where you can indulge in a structured tasting led by a vineyard representative who will present their diverse range of wines.

After a day filled with enjoyable experiences and meeting wine enthusiasts, we will begin our journey back to Sydney, providing comfort breaks. You will have ample time to get a meal or attend a show upon arrival.

Please be aware that this tour does not cater to activities for children.


Hunter Valley Wine Tours – departure times may vary slightly depending on the volume of traffic and road closures.

  • 7:00 am – Holiday Inn Kings Cross, 203 Victoria St, Potts Point
  • 7:10 am – Pullman Sydney Hyde Park – 36 College St Darlinghurst
  • 7:15 am – Mercure Central, 818-820 George St, corner of Little Regent Entrance, Sydney Central (main pickup)
  • 7:20 am – Rydges World Square Hotel – 389 Pitt St, Sydney
  • 7:25 am – Hilton Sydney Hotel – 259 Pitt St Entrance Sydney
  • 7:35 am – The Grace Hotel Sydney – 77 York St Sydney
  • 7:40 am – Sir Stamford Hotel, 93 Macquarie St, Circular Quay
  • 7:40 am – Travelodge Hotel Sydney Martin Place – 165 Phillip St Sydney
  • 7:45 am – Four Seasons Hotel Sydney – 98 Harrington St Entrance Sydney
  • Trip Ends at 6:30 pm Sydney Central (near Central Station).

* If you cannot find your desired pickup location, please get in touch with our office for a more exhaustive list of locations.* You should arrive at your pickup location at least 10 minutes before departure time. Please be patient and do not panic if your bus is running a few minutes late. If your bus has not picked you up within 10 minutes of your departure time, then contact our office on 03 9393 1300

  • Water bottle
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Warm and cool clothing
  • Rain jacket
  • Camera
  • A sense of adventure
  • Wine tastings at three wineries
  • Local produce tastings at the Cheese Shop
  • Experienced driver/guide
  • Air-conditioned mini-coach travel
  • Comprehensive tour commentary
  • Selected pickups in Sydney (Kings Cross & Sydney City)
  • Cafe style lunch



Tyrell’s, Brokenwood, and Audrey Wilkinson are some of the top wineries to visit.
Absolutely! There are cheese factories, breweries, art galleries, and gardens to explore.
Hunter Valley is famous for its distinctive Semillon and bold Shiraz.
The local Labna cheese from Binnorie Dairy is a must-try in Hunter Valley.
Yes, you can purchase exclusive wines from the wineries’ cellar doors.
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