The Hunter Valley While You're Here?
Things to do in the surrounding areas
Try Yengo Mountain Lookout
Be Immersed in Aboriginal Culture
Visit Hunter Valley Art Galleries
Take a Hunter Valley Wine Tour
World Heritage Wonders
World Heritage Wonders
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park is one of the eight conservation areas that make up the massive Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Covering one million hectares, it was included in the World Heritage list in December 2000 for its remarkable geographic, botanic and cultural values. There are more than 90 different eucalypt species found here - some 13 per cent of all eucalypt species in the world.
Ancient Aboriginal Culture
Hunter Valley Art Galleries around Laguna & Wollombi
Finchley Cultural Walk
Yengo National Park and the surrounding areas are an important spiritual and cultural place for the Darkinjung and Wonnarua People for thousands of years. There are over 640 recorded Aboriginal cultural sites in the park and nearby areas. This mountain is also known as 'Uluru of the East' and as sacred, as that of Uluru itself. The Finchley Cultural Walk gives people a real understanding and respect for one of the best Aboriginal sacred sites in Australia
Greater Northern Trading Post Wine Bar
Great Northern Trading Post Wine Bar
The Great North Trading Post (GNTP), also known as the Laguna Wine Bar, is located about 10 minutes’ drive outside of Wollombi. It's best described as being one of those good old fashioned country style pubs that you would expect to find in outback Australia. There’s a beautifully built old wooden bar that actually doubles as a bottle shop and grocery store, even a games room out the back complete with pool table and juke box. Come for a feed, a drink, and enjoy live band entertainment, ice and gas.
Great Northern Trading Post
Great Northern Trading Post Cafe
Great Northern Trading Post Bands
Great Northern Trading Post Gallery
Great Northern Trading Post Drinks
Great Northern Trading Post Food
Great Northern Trading Post Wine
Great Northern Trading Post Snacks
Great Northern Trading Entertainment
Stonehurst Cedar Creek
'A great wine begins in the vineyard’. Here at Stonehurst, the 5th generation Heslop family remain committed to organic sustainable agriculture. Our elevated trellis captures sunlight and airflow enhancing fruit quality and flavours. Vines are hand pruned, all fruit handpicked. The result of this labour of love are award winning wines from a very healthy vineyard.
Aboriginal Painting and Artefacts Gallery & Store
The Little Yengo Gallery
The Aboriginal paintings and artefacts in this gallery embody the meaning of Wollombi – ‘meeting place’. Artists, both local and from afar, share ancient and continuous connections with country. Come and enjoy our ever-changing works, the stories they tell and videos of local corroborees. As many of our aboriginal artist/members live in remote areas of Australia, and is run as a not-for-profit gallery supporting many indigenous artists from remote areas of Australia.
The Wollombi Tavern
Fancy a Picnic
The Tavern is a friendly and interesting spot to stop for a snack or meal in the dining room. Or you can enjoy your picnic on the wonderful rolling lawns. Open 7 days for breakfast and lunch. Dinner on Fridays and Saturdays, and the Bar Menu, Pizzas and Cook your own BBQ available from 5-8 pm Sundays to Thursdays.
2994 Great North Rd, Wollombi NSW 2325
Wineries & Vineyards
Krinklewood is a family run biodynamic organic vineyard and farm in Broke Fordwich. We are passionate about the vineyard being managed in a holistic and sustainable manner, we incorporate biodynamic organic principles, working alongside nature and in alignment with the lunar cycles. Set amongst Provencal gardens overlooking the picturesque Wollombi brook & foothills of the Brokeback mountain range.
The Wollombi Wine Trail
Fancy a Little Wine
The Wollombi Wine Trail begins near the historic village of Wollombi on the convict built Great North Road.
Vineyards have been producing fine wines in this region since the 1850s when Wollombi was a thriving agricultural centre.
Throughout November each year, the Wine Trail wineries host Sculpture in the Vineyards.