Our ‘Hidden Treasures’ themed display during November at the Hunter Valley Visitor Information Centre showcases hidden gems and some of the best kept secrets in our picturesque region.
Join an immersive cultural opportunity with Girri Girra Aboriginal Experiences, exploring the Yengo National Park and wildlife on a guided walk by a local guide. Discover the world’s oldest living culture through Aboriginal song and stories. Highlights include engravings and rock art that are thousands of years old.
For the BBQ enthusiasts, why not turn your hand to becoming a BBQ Master at the BBQ School! Classes are held monthly and demonstrate new techniques and versatility of what you can achieve when entertaining friends whilst having loads of fun. Join the Beer & BBQ class on November 24th at Potters Hotel Brewery Resort.
Delight in a French inspired boutique cellar door, a perfect setting from which to enjoy outstanding wines with a complimentary cheese platter. Jean and Nadine at Theleme Wines on Old North Road have a wonderful story to share with you. Wilson, their gorgeous wine pup is also a true gem – pats are welcome!
These are just a few of the endless hidden gems that the Hunter Valley Visitor Information team would love to share with you.
Cessnock in the Spotlight
Each month the Centre highlights a different precinct within the Hunter Valley. This month the spotlight is on the Cessnock region with all it has to offer for both locals and visitors.
Cessnock is the gateway to wine country surrounded by peaceful bushland, breathtaking mountain views and is the hub for services and shopping. Spend your time exploring the town centre, enjoy a hearty meal at one of the surrounding pubs, view the art gallery, attend a show at the Performing Arts Centre, browse the range of fashion and gift stores and walk one of Australia’s longest main streets.
We look forward to seeing you soon at the Hunter Valley Visitor Information Centre, located at 455 Wine Country Drive, Pokolbin. The November Hunter Valley calender is full, check out What’s On in the Hunter Valley this month at www.huntervalleyvisitorcentre.com.au