Ducati Adventures New South Wales

Route 1

This overnight adventure takes you on a loop through the epic countryside and stunning national parks to the west of Sydney, including a night in the Blue Mountains. With some gentle off-road sections included, you’ll also have the opportunity to test out the Ducati Multistrada’s multi-surface prowess.

The route passes through a variety of quintessentially Australian bush landscapes. Stunning scenic lookouts neatly break up the drive and allow time to soak up the diversity and beauty of your surroundings, featuring eucalypt forests, sandstone cliffs and craggy mountain ranges.

A range of well-appointed accommodation options are on offer for your overnight stay in the charming town of Katoomba. From the regal luxury of Lilianfels Resort & Spa, to the iconic Hydro Majestic and relaxed, boutique options including The Echoes Hotel, Parklands Country Garden & Lodges, and Fairmont Resort & Spa. 

Complement your stay by dining in one of the region’s AGFG-hatted restaurants, or enjoy an informal meal at a local gem in town. 

Explore more highlights of your adventure below.

What to expect on Day 1

Morning: Campbelltown to Taralga via Mittagong

Begin your two-day alpine adventure with an up-tempo ride to the gateway to the Southern Highlands, Mittagong. Pause for morning tea at one of Mittagong’s excellent cafes, and check out incredible views across the forests from Katoomba Lookout.

Back on the road, experience the thrill of the road less travelled, and let the impressive off-road capabilities of the Ducati Multistrada come to the fore as you transition seamlessly between tarmac and gravel roads in Wombeyan Caves Reserve. Then break for lunch at Taralga to dine on great pub food, or take in picturesque views from the courtyard of a local cafe.

Afternoon: Taralga to Katoomba via Jenolan Caves

After lunch, wind your way upwards through stunning landscapes of soaring eucalypt forests and rugged rocky outcrops as you traverse the winding country roads towards Jenolan. On arrival at the incredible Jenolan Caves, take in the beautiful limestone formations and enjoy afternoon tea in the on-site cafe.

The final ride of the day is the scenic road to Katoomba—we suggest pulling in at Malaita Lookout for the best view of the area. Known for its Art Deco architecture and vibrant community, Katoomba is your base for the night. 

To unwind after a long day’s ride, you might choose to indulge in a night of luxury at Lilianfels Resort & Spa, where plush suites offer views of the Blue Mountains, and Darley’s restaurant offers fine cuisine in a dining room that harks back to old-world luxury. 

Alternatively, the boutique Echoes Hotel overlooks the Jamison Valley, and a little further afield, you can stay in the grandeur of The Hydro Majestic, or opt for the Parklands Country Garden & Lodges, or the Fairmont, all of which offer exceptional accommodation and on-site restaurants.

Day 1: Sydney to Blue Mountains

Test the Multistrada V4’s off-road capabilities on gravel roads in the Wombeyan Caves Reserve, then spend an afternoon winding your way along the fantastic Jenolan Caves Road.

Suggested Schedule (335km | 5h30m ride, 7h30m day)

0900-1000 Section 1 

1000-1030 Morning Tea

1030-1230 Section 2 (off-road sections)

1230-1330 Lunch

1330-1445 Section 3 (off-road sections?)****

1445-1515 Afternoon Tea

1515-1630 Section 4 

Stop 1: Morning Tea, Mittagong
  • AsianRista Café (open everyday, 0700-1500)

Website | 02 4855 2922

61-63 Main St, Mittagong NSW 2575

  • The Shaggy Cow (open Thu-Mon, 0800-1430)

Website | 02 4872 2966

112 Main St, Mittagong NSW 2575

  • Station Coffee House (open everyday, 0700-1600)

Website | 02 4871 1171

12 Bowral Rd, Mittagong NSW 2575

Stop 2: Lunch, Taralga
  • Taralga Hotel (open everyday, 1000-0000) 
  • Grand Ettie (open everyday, 0700-1400)  
Stop 3: Afternoon Tea, Jenolan
  • Jenolan Caves Café (open everyday, 0930-1600)

Website | 1300 76 33 11

4655 Jenolan Caves Rd, Jenolan NSW 2790

Stop 4: Overnight, Katoomba

Hotels

  • Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa (4*)

Website | 02 4780 1200

5/19 Lilianfels Ave, Katoomba NSW 2780

  • Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant (4*)

Website | 02 4782 1966

3 Lilianfels Ave, Katoomba NSW 2780

  • Hydro Majestic Blue Mountains (4*)

Website | 02 4782 6885

52-88 Great Western Hwy, Medlow Bath NSW 2780

  • Parklands Country Gardens & Lodges (5*)

Website | 02 4787 7211

132 Govetts Leap Rd, Blackheath NSW 2785

  • Fairmont Resort & Spa Blue Mountains (4*)

Website | 02 4785 0000

1 Sublime Point Rd, Leura NSW 2780

Restaurants

  • Darleys (@Lilianfels) (open Tue-Sat, 1730-2030)

Website | 02 4780 1200

5/19 Lilianfels Ave, Katoomba NSW 2780

  • Echoes (@Echoes Hotel) (open everyday, 1800-2030)

Website | 02 4782 1966

3 Lilianfels Ave, Katoomba NSW 2780

  • The Wintergarden (@Hydro Majestic) (open everyday, 1800-2100)

Website | 02 4782 6885

52-88 Great Western Hwy, Medlow Bath NSW 2780

  • Eucalypt Grill (@Fairmont Resort) (open Thu-Sat, 1800-2100)

Website | 02 4785 0000

1 Sublime Point Rd, Leura NSW 2780

What to expect on day 2

Morning: Katoomba to Oberon via Bathurst

Hit the road early on day two to beat the crowds to The Three Sisters lookout, and snap a photo at the region’s most famous landmark. 

The route then takes you to Bathurst, where you can take a lap of the famous Mount Panorama circuit to see the place where motorsport legends are made, and feel the gold rush influence in the town’s heritage architecture. Break for refreshments in a local café before riding the alpine road to Oberon.

The road then climbs to the highest elevation on your journey, where the beautiful alpine town of Oberon awaits. Nestled amongst pine forests, the town has a distinctly European feel.

For lunch, a visit to The Kitchen Cafe at the gorgeous Mayfield Gardens lets you sample hand-picked produce from the property, and enjoy a walk around the immaculate formal gardens. 

Afternoon: Oberon to Richmond via Lithgow

After lunch, embark on your run home to Sydney, stopping at Lithgow to enjoy panoramic valley views in the gateway to the Wollemi National Park. Stop here for an afternoon break at one of the superb local cafes—the famous Secret Creek Cafe and Restaurant offers an amazing menu in native bush surroundings.

The home stretch to Sydney takes you along tumbling hill roads to Kurrajong, where you can reflect on an incredible weekend as you take in the views at the serene Bellbird Lookout.

Day 2: Blue Mountains to Sydney

Take in jaw-dropping views at the Three Sisters lookout, then journey to Bathurst, home of the iconic Mount Panorama road circuit.

Suggested Schedule (350km | 4h45m ride, 6h45m day)

0930-1100 Section 1

1100-1130 Morning Tea

1130-1230 Section 2

1230-1330 Lunch

1330-1430 Section 3

1430-1500 Afternoon Tea

1500-1615 Section 4

Stop 1: Morning Tea, Bathurst
  • Doppio (open everyday, 0600-1400)

Website | 02 6331 5645

13 Keppel St, Bathurst NSW 2795

  • Harvest Cafe & Store (open everyday, 0900-1500)

Website | 02 6323 1811

1 Kendall Ave, Bathurst NSW 2795

  • Piccolo's on William (open everyday, 0700-1500)

Website | 02 6331 9955

4/40 William St, Bathurst NSW 2795

Stop 2: Lunch, Oberon
  • The Kitchen Café @ Mayfield Garden (open everyday, 0900-1600)

Website | 02 6336 3131

530 Mayfield Rd, Oberon NSW 2787

  • The Long Arm Farm Cafe & Produce (open Thu-Mon, 0800-1600)

Website | 02 6336 1661

133 Oberon St, Oberon NSW 2787

Stop 3: Afternoon Tea, Lithgow
  • The Blue Fox (open everyday, 0730-1700)

Website | 02 6352 1259

277 Main St, Lithgow NSW 2790

  • Lithgow Tin Shed (open everyday, 0800-1500)

Website | 02 6352 1740

69 Bridge St, Lithgow NSW 2790

  • Secret Creek Cafe and Restaurant (open Sat-Sun, 0900-1500)

Website | 02 6352 1133

35 Crane Rd, Lithgow NSW 2790

Route 2

This route is an epic weekend loop through southern New South Wales, traversing the Southern Highlands, Snowy Mountains, Kangaroo Valley and the scenic South Coast. Nights in Canberra on Friday and Kosciuszko National Park on Saturday are included.

Ride meandering valley roads in Namadgi National Park and exhilarating alpine sections in Kosciuszko, then bring it home with a picturesque coastal ride back to Sydney as you explore the very best of southern New South Wales. Stops at famous lookouts let you take in the scenery and break up the ride.

Choose from a selection of handpicked luxury accommodation for your night in Canberra, then on day two enjoy a night of alpine hospitality in the mountains, where the best boutique hotels in the alps offer gourmet dining options, Spa access and stunning lakeside views.

Explore more highlights of your adventure below. 

What to expect on day 1

Afternoon: Sydney to Canberra

Leave the city behind on Friday afternoon and hit the road to Canberra, beginning with an easy ride through the Southern Highlands. Pause to take in the scenic lookouts at Forty Foot Falls or Katoomba Lookout (both near Mittagong), then continue on to the Federal Highway en route to Canberra.

Upon arrival in Canberra, relax in luxury with a night at the historic and upscale Park Hyatt or contemporary Ovolo Nishi, or experience a unique twist on deluxe lodge life at the magnificent Jamala Wildlife Lodge. 

Day 1: Sydney to Canberra

Escape work and city life a little early on a Friday afternoon and cruise to Canberra to begin an unforgettable weekend of riding in the Snowy Mountains.

Suggested Schedule (250km | 2h30m ride)

1600-1830 Section 1 

Stop 1: Overnight, Canberra

Hotels

  • Ovolo Nishi (5*) 

Website | 02 6287 6287

NewActon Precinct, 25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra ACT 2601

  • Jamala Wildlife Lodge (5*)

Website | 02 6287 8444

National Zoo & Aquarium, 999 Lady Denman Dr, Canberra ACT 2611

  • Park Hyattt Canberra (5*) 

Website | 02 6270 1234

120 Commonwealth Ave, Canberra ACT 2600

Restaurants

  • Monster Kitchen & Bar (@Ovolo) (open everyday, 1400-2200)

Website | 02 6287 6287

NewActon Precinct, 25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra ACT 2601

  • The Restaurant (@Jamala Wildlife Lodge) (open for dining for in house guests only)

Website | (02) 6287 8444

National Zoo & Aquarium, 999 Lady Denman Dr, Canberra ACT 2611

  • Italian and Sons (open Mon-Sat, 1800-2200)

Website | 02 6162 4888

7 Lonsdale St, Braddon ACT 2612

  • The Boat House (open Thu-Sat, 1830-0000)

Website | 02 6273 5500

Grevillea Park, Menindee Dr, Barton ACT 2600

What to expect on Day 2

Morning: Canberra to Adaminaby via Cooma

Kick off a spectacular day of riding with an easy cruise through the snow gum forests and meadows of Namadgi National Park on your way to alpine paradise in Kosciuszko National Park. Recharge with morning tea at a cafe in Cooma, or head to nearby Mount Gladstone Lookout for incredible panoramic views. Next, weave your way up the Snowy Mountains Highway to Adaminaby where you can break for a relaxed lunch at one of the local pubs or cafes in this historic alpine town. 

Afternoon: Adaminaby to Jindabyne via Thredbo

After lunch, carve an epic sweep through the high alpine roads in Kosciuszko National Park and Murray Gorge to the Thredbo-Perisher area. Vistas include valleys, lush green forests and rugged mountains, with riding conditions a mixture of technical corners and straight road sections. 

We suggest a quick pit stop at Scammell’s Lookout before riding the incredible section of forest-lined roads on the Kosciuszko Alpine Way leading to Thredbo, where you can park up and enjoy afternoon tea on the shoulders of the mighty Mount Kosciuszko.

A final quick ride takes you to your accommodation for the night. You may choose to unwind with a spa at the Novotel Lake Crackenback, or continue a little further to Jindabyne for an informal and comfortable stay at the Rydges or Jindy Inn, both of which overlook the majestic Lake Jindabyne and are close to local craft breweries.

Day 2: Canberra to Jindabyne

Ride an exciting loop through the diverse parklands of Namadgi and Kosciuszko, and enjoy amazing alpine scenery in the Snowy Mountains and Thredbo-Perisher.

Suggested Schedule (400km | 6h00m ride, 8h00m day)

0900-1030 Section 1

1030-1100 Morning Tea

1100-1145 Section 2

1145-1245 Lunch

1245-1500 Section 3

1500-1530 Afternoon Tea

1530-1700 Section 4

Stop 1: Morning Tea, Cooma
  • Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre and Café (open everyday, 0900-1400)

Website | 02 6453 2004

1 Monaro Hwy, Cooma NSW 2630, Australia

  • Cisne (open Mon-Fri, 0800-1600)

Website | 02 6404 7761

100 Sharp St, Cooma NSW 2630, Australia

  • 123 Coffee House (open Mon-Fri, 0700-1700)

Website | 02 6452 3332

123 Sharp St, Cooma NSW 2630, Australia

Stop 2: Lunch, Adaminaby
  • The Bake House (open everyday, 0800-1500)

Website | 02 6454 2453

24 Baker St, Adaminaby NSW 2629

  • The Snow Goose Hotel (open Sat-Sun, 1200-1400)

Website | 02 6454 2202

2 Denison St, Adaminaby NSW 2629 

Stop 3: Rest Stop, Geehi
  • Scammell's Lookout

No Website | No Phone

Alpine Highway, Geehi NSW 2642 

Stop 4: Afternoon Tea, Thredbo
  • Candlelight Lodge (open everyday, 0700-2200)

Website | 02 6457 6318

32 Diggings Terrace, Thredbo NSW 2625

Stop 5: Overnight, Jindabyne

Hotels

  • Novotel Lake Crackenback Resort

Website | 02 6451 3000 

1650 Alpine Way Crackenback, Jindabyne NSW 2627

  • Rydges Horizons Snowy Mountains

Website | 02 6456 2562

10 Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne NSW 2627

  • Jindy Inn

Website | 02 6456 1957

18 Clyde St, Jindabyne NSW 2627 

  

Restaurants

  

  • The Restaurant / Alpine Lader @ Novotel Jindabyne Brewing (open everyday, 1000-2000)

Website | 02 6451 3060

1650 Alpine Way, Crackenback NSW 2627

  • Embers Fireside Grill @ Rydges (open Tue-Sat, 1800-2030)

Website | 02 6456 2562

10 Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne NSW 2627

  • Jindabyne Brewing (open Wed-Sun, 1500-2100)

Website | 0412 224 103

5 Nettin Cct, Jindabyne NSW 2627

  • Bacco Italian Restaurant (open Tue-Sun, 1730-2130)

Website | 02 6456 1420

10 Snowy River Ave, Jindabyne NSW 2627

What to expect on Day 3

Morning: Jindabyne to Braidwood via Cooma

Kick off your Sunday with the best view of Lake Jindabyne from Widows Creek Lookout, take a quick coffee break in Cooma, then onwards through beautiful Deua National Park, with roads flanked by native bush. If you feel like stretching your legs, nature walks can be taken at Berlang before riding to Braidwood for a casual lunch at an artisan bakery or country hotel. 

Afternoon: Braidwood to Sydney via Berry

The ride home to Sydney is an incredible scenic run through the backroads of Kangaroo Valley to coastal Kiama and the iconic Royal National Park. We suggest taking your afternoon break at Berry, midway between Braidwood and Sydney, where you can refuel with a sweet treat from the famous Berry Donut Van.

Scenic spots on the ride to Berry include Jerrawangala Lookout and Hanging Rock Lookout, and after Berry, photo opportunities await at Kiama Lighthouse or the spectacular Bombo Headland, where the sea spray dashes against otherworldly basalt columns for a totally unique landscape. Closer to Sydney, you’ll pass through several scenic nature preserves, culminating with the breathtaking oceanside reserve at the Royal National Park—the perfect way to cap off your weekend.

Day 3: Jindabyne to Sydney

Experience an epic ride from the alps to the coast via the backroads of Deua National Park, then pass through Kiama and the Royal National Park on the run home to Sydney.

Suggested Schedule (500km | 6h30m ride, 8h00m day)

0900-0945 Section 1

0945-1015 Morning Tea

1015-1215 Section 2

1215-1245 Lunch

1245-1430 Section 3

1430-1500 Afternoon Tea

1500-1700 Section 4 

Stop 1: Morning Tea, Cooma
  • Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre and Café (open everyday, 0900-1400)

Website |02 6453 2004

1 Monaro Hwy, Cooma NSW 2630, Australia

  • Cisne (open Mon-Fri, 0800-1600)

Website |02 6404 7761 

100 Sharp St, Cooma NSW 2630, Australia

  • 123 Coffee House (open Mon-Fri, 0700-1700)

Website | 02 6452 3332 

123 Sharp St, Cooma NSW 2630, Australia  

Stop 2: Lunch, Braidwood
  • The Albion Café (open everyday, 0730-1430)

Website | 02 4842 1422

119 Wallace St, Braidwood NSW 2622

  • Royal Mail Hotel Braidwood (open everyday, 1200-1430)

Website | 02 4842 2488

145/147 Wallace St, Braidwood NSW 2622

  • Casanova’s Sourdough Bakery & Café (open Thu-Sat, 0800-1400)

Website | 0420 779 224

68 Wallace St, Braidwood NSW 2622 

Stop 3: Afternoon Tea, Berry
  • Berry Donut Van (open everyday, 0830-1600)

Website |0423 319 413

73 Queen St, Berry NSW 2535

  • The Hungry Monkey Berry (open everyday, 0630-1500)

Website |0411 731 492

23 Prince Alfred St, Berry NSW 2535

Route 3

An incredible day of riding takes you on a beautiful scenic loop, beginning with a ride through the Royal National Park and down the Grand Pacific Drive to Kiama, then across to the Macquarie Pass and the Southern Highlands to cruise home through historic countryside.

The route takes you through a host of famous towns and landmarks, with a mixture of sweeping coastal roads in Illawarra, forest-lined twists and turns in the Macquarie Pass, and easy riding in the Southern Highlands.

Scenic rest breaks are weaved into the route to make for a perfectly paced day. Enjoy lunch in one of Kiama’s delicious eateries, and stretch your legs with morning and afternoon breaks at picturesque lookouts.

Explore more highlights of your adventure below. 

What to expect on the route

Morning: Sydney to Kiama via Stanwell Park

Check out of Sydney for the day and wind your way through the iconic Royal National Park as you begin your road trip on the Grand Pacific Drive. Break for coffee with a view at Stanwell Park before riding the incredible Sea Cliff Bridge and meandering the Illawarra coastline. Head back inland briefly for a visit to Mount Keira where sweeping views of the escarpment and ocean are just a stone’s throw from the carpark at Robertson’s Knoll. 

Next, cruise down to stunning Kiama where you can take a scenic walk for a photo at the lighthouse and a look at the famous blowhole. Enjoy a relaxing lunch overlooking the sea at The Hungry Monkey, or head a little further to Crooked River Wines for an upscale meal amongst lush green valleys.

Afternoon: Kiama to Sydney via Bowral

After lunch, the route turns inland to the Macquarie Pass, where a short walk through the rainforest reveals the picturesque Cascade Falls with its tumbling waterfalls and shimmering pool—the perfect place to dip your toes or test your photography skills.

The final section of the day weaves its way through historic villages in the Southern Highlands and a stop at the region’s largest town, Bowral, home to historic country manors and a thriving food & wine scene. Finally, a relaxed ride home to Sydney takes you past the edges of the beautiful stringybark forests and sandstone plateaus of Nattai National Park. 

Highlights of the ride

Ride through the Royal National Park and across the world-famous Sea Cliff Bridge, enjoy lunch in Kiama, then cruise home through the Macquarie Pass and historic villages in the Southern Highlands.

Suggested Schedule (300km | 5h00m ride, 7h30m day)

0900-1015 Section 1 

1015-1045 Morning Tea

1045-1215 Section 2

1215-1345 Lunch

1345-1445 Section 3

1445-1515 Afternoon Tea

1515-1630 Section 4 

Stop 1: Morning Tea, Stanwell Park
  • LOAF Kitchen (open everyday, 0630-1430)

Website | 0499 285 623 

91a Lawrence Hargrave Dr, Stanwell Park

  • Uluwatu Blue (open Wed-Sun, 1000-1700)

Website | 02 4204 3620

1/109 Lawrence Hargrave Dr, Stanwell Park NSW 2508

Stop 2: Lunch, Kiama
  • The Hungry Monkey (open everyday, 0630-1500)

Website | 0403 397 353

5/32 Collins St, Kiama NSW 2533

  • Penny Whistlers (open everyday, 0700-1500)

Website | 02 4233 2770

5/31 Shoalhaven St, Kiama NSW 2533

  • Crooked River Wines (open Tue-Sun, 1030-1630)

Website | 02 4234 0975

11 Willowvale Rd, Gerringong NSW 2534 

Stop 3: Afternoon Tea, Bowral
  • The Press Shop (open everyday, 0700-1600)

Website | 02 4879 9244

5/391-397 Bong Bong St, Bowral NSW

  • Allumer Coffee & Eatery (open Wed-Sun, 0730-1530)

Website | No contact number

362 Bong Bong St, Bowral NSW 2576

  • Harrys @ Green Lane Bowral (open everyday, 0800-1700)

Website | 02 4862 2983

15-17 Banyette St, Bowral NSW 2576 

Route 4

This route takes you on an unforgettable day of riding in the Central Coast to the north of Sydney. Begin at Brooklyn, then venture across the Hawkesbury River and into the iconic Hunter Valley, then back through Dharug National Park for a ride home through the historic countryside around Wisemans Ferry.

Riding a mixture of technical corners and up-tempo road sections in the morning, the afternoon is an adventure through backroads in the region’s wine country and a beautiful run home as you ride along the shoulders of the Hawkesbury river and winding country lanes on your way back to Sydney.

Choose from a curated selection of restaurants for an amazing lunch in Pokolbin, with rest stops and scenic lookouts included in your afternoon schedule to make for a comfortable day in the saddle.

Discover more highlights of your adventure below.

What to expect on the route

Morning: Sydney to Pokolbin via Brooklyn

Your Central Coast adventure begins with coffee overlooking Brooklyn and the Hawkesbury River. Head to JD Tipper Lookout for elevated views of Dangar Island, then strap in for an exciting winding section of the Pacific Highway with tight corners at Mooney Mooney Creek, before turning inland to enjoy easy riding through leafy green forests on the road through the Lower Hunter Valley and on to beautiful Pokolbin. 

For lunch, dine on fantastic local produce and take in views across the vines from one of Pokolbin’s gourmet restaurants; pick fine dining at Circa 1876, or contemporary classics in an amazing setting at Goldfish.

Afternoon: Pokolbin to Sydney via Laguna & Wisemans Ferry

After lunch, enjoy an idyllic afternoon riding alongside rural brooks and creeks as you weave a line through the Hunter’s green pastures and many vineyards on the road to Laguna, in the Wollombi Valley. A little further up the Great North Road, call in at Murray’s Run Culvert to see historic sandstone stonework, before riding along the Hawkesbury River as it meanders through rugged bushland in Dharug National Park, on your way to the historic settlement at Wisemans Ferry. 

At Wisemans Ferry, hop on a ferry across the river, and snap a photo of the incredible river views from Hawkins Lookout, before finishing your adventure with an easy-going ride home to Sydney, passing through farmland and conservation areas along the way. 

Highlights of the route

See the best of the Central Coast as you adventure across the Hawkesbury River, ride amongst the vines in the legendary Hunter Valley and break for lunch at Pokolbin, then ride home via Wisemans Ferry.

Suggested Schedule (330km | 3h45m ride, 7h30m day)

0930-1000 Morning Tea

1000-1145 Section 1

1145-1300 Lunch

1300-1400 Section 2

1400-1430 Afternoon Tea

1430-1515 Section 3

1515-1615 Section 4

1615-1700 Rest Stop

Start: Morning Tea, Mooney Mooney / Brooklyn
  • The Estuary (open Wed-Sun, 0800-1430)

Website | 02 9985 7881

Kangaroo Point, 1420 Pacific Hwy, Brooklyn NSW 2083

  • Saddles (open everyday, 0800-1700)

Website | 02 4370 1152

20 Ashbrookes Rd, Mount White NSW 2250 

Stop 1: Lunch, Pokolbin
  • Baumé Restaurant (open everyday, 1130-1530)

Website | 02 4993 3705

119 McDonalds Rd, Pokolbin NSW 2320

  • Goldfish Hunter Valley Restaurant (open everyday, 1130-2130)

Website | 02 4998 7671

2144 Broke Rd, Pokolbin NSW 2320

  • Circa 1876 (open Sat-Sun, 1200-1530)

Website | 02 4998 4999

64 Halls Rd, Pokolbin NSW 2320 

Stop 2: Afternoon Tea, Laguna
  • Great Northern Trading Post (open everyday, 0800-1600)

Website | 02 4998 8244

3718 Great N Rd, Laguna NSW 2325

Stop 3: Rest Stop, Wisemans Ferry
  • Heritage Valley Café (open Wed-Mon, 0730-1600)

Website | 02 4566 4913

2 Old Northern Rd, Wisemans Ferry NSW 2775

  • Convict Road Kiosk (open everyday, 0830-1500)

Website | 0472 760 354

5602 Old Northern Rd, Wisemans Ferry NSW 2775 

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