Wine Country Motor Inn
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We are sitting on our porch at Bimbadeen Estates, gazing at the full moon rising over the Hunter Valley, feeling like we are on top of the world...nirvana!
We travelled up to the Hunter Valley by car, after picking the little beast up at Sydney airport and travelling all the way through that massive city, including the underwater North ...
... pleasant day with a couple of hours in hot industrial area car park and then back across even more horrible rush hour traffic. A couple of nights in crowded coast camp grounds were worth it for swims and even some surf but just too many people. Today a detour to Hunter Valley and more crowds to avoid. Lunch at St Clements Winery with its Sardinian wine maker very pleasant but the more well known labels were just zoos. Tonight camped in hot humid ...
Took the wheels out to the RV centre and they fixed the oven, still noisy but better . On the road finely, designation Australian Motor Home Park at 12 Mile Creek just north of Raymond Terrace. Showers all the way and on arriving it start to bucket down , a quick setup and lock with a scotch. P has taken to traveling like a grey nomad, as by the photo, all she wants to do is get out and meet and ...
... Preparing for another challenging driving day through the Wollemi NP we were pleasantly surprised when we only had to do one steep incline and decent, so we were able to appreciate the scenery and mountain ranges. We continued our journey to the Hunter Valley Gardens where we had lunch before exploring the gardens. It is a privately owned garden, featuring 10 differently themed gardens with 8kms of walking tracks, that took five years to complete. The gardens ...
... learn about the common grape varieties in the valley.
Next stop is Iron Gate, another boutique place. The tasting starts with a young sommelier who tells us something about the philosophy of the winery – then he’s replaced by an older chap who’s just got here – and who turns out to be the owner of the place! He’s an ex-Brit, a chemical engineer who sold up his business and who’s used his ...