Nestled in the heart of New South Wales, Australia, Kurri Kurri is a hidden gem with a rich history and a vibrant community. This quaint town, located within the Hunter Region, is known for its unique character and a wide array of attractions and activities that make it a delightful destination for both residents and visitors.

Amazing things to see and do in Kurri Kurri

  • Rotary Park: This park is a perfect place to start your exploration of Kurri Kurri. It offers green spaces, picnic areas, and a fantastic children’s playground. It’s a hub of local events and a great spot to relax.
  • Rich Mining History: The town’s heritage is on display at the Kurri Kurri Murals, which are dotted throughout the streets and depict scenes from the area’s coal mining past. The town is also home to the Kurri Kurri District Hospital Museum, where you can learn more about the town’s history.
  • Kurri Kurri Visitor Centre: Before you embark on your adventures, be sure to visit the Kurri Kurri Visitor Centre. They can provide you with maps, local insights, and information about current events and attractions.
  • Street Art and Sculptures: Kurri Kurri has earned a reputation for its captivating street art, which decorates the town’s walls. Don’t forget to look for the quirky sculptures that can be found around town, which are sure to bring a smile to your face.
  • Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival: This annual event is a highlight for both locals and tourists. It’s a celebration of the town’s history, featuring live music, classic cars, vintage fashion, and much more.
  • Outdoor Adventures: If you enjoy the outdoors, you’ll appreciate the town’s proximity to recreational areas like the Werakata National Park and the Werakata State Conservation Area. These natural areas provide opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, and getting back to nature.
Vineyard in Hunter Valley

Eating Out in the Hunter Valley 

If you are looking for some yummy local spots to eat our then the Hunter Valley offers a wide range of dining options to suit every taste and budget. From casual cafes and restaurants to fine dining establishments, there is something for everyone.

Some popular options include:

  • Bistro Molines – offering a delicious selection of French-inspired dishes, with a focus on local and seasonal ingredients.
  • Margan Restaurant – showcasing the best of the Hunter Valley’s produce, with a focus on sustainable and organic ingredients.
  • Elton’s at The Carrington – offering modern Australian cuisine with a focus on local ingredients and a relaxed atmosphere.
  • The Vintage Cellar Door – offering a range of delicious gourmet pizzas, as well as a selection of local wines.
  • Food & Wine Trader – offering a range of delicious and affordable meals, with a focus on local produce and wine.

In addition to these options, there are many other restaurants, cafes, and pubs scattered throughout the Hunter Valley, offering a wide range of dining options to suit every taste and budget.

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From Kurri Kurri to Pokolbin for your next Wine Tour

Vineyards are places of enchantment, dedicated to nurturing grapes that will eventually become the wine of your dreams. Wine tasting is an art, a sensory journey of sipping and savouring the Flavors, aromas, and textures of different wines. It’s an experience led by experts who guide you through this delightful world, providing insight into the wines you taste.

Wine tastings aren’t just an adventure for your palate; they’re educational and enriching. You’ll discover new wine styles, regions, and perhaps even new favourites. Are you ready to embark on this captivating journey through the world of wine? Book your next wine tour from Kurri Kurri to Pokolbin by calling 0456 737 888 or by visiting our website. Unveil the secrets of the grape, savour the Hunter Valley’s finest wines, and create unforgettable memories on a wine tour that promises to be a remarkable experience. Cheers to your next wine adventure!

Wine tastings can be a fun and educational experience, allowing individuals to learn about different wine styles and regions, and to discover new wines to enjoy, book your next tour today or find out more here by booking online