Hunter Valley, Australia

Gundog Estate WineryJust a two hour drive from Sydney, the Hunter Valley is not only Australia’s oldest, but its most visited, wine region.  With fall markets, year-round food and wine festivals, and concerts featuring international pop stars to chamber music virtuosos, it’s easy to see why.  A covey of stellar vineyard restaurants and artisanal food producers cements the Hunter’s place as a food-lovers haven.

READ ON HERE to learn more about my favourite discoveries in the Hunter Valley – or check out the full Summer issue of Taste & Travel International magazine HERE.

2 thoughts on “Hunter Valley, Australia

  1. Hi Cathy

    As usual – another very well written piece. It makes me want to return to Australia (haven’t been there in over 15 years) and visit that region. We miss having travel plans to look forward to. We cancelled a few trips this spring and for later in the year, as you and Steve probably did, due to COVID. I see from some FB posts that you guys are getting out around Alberta and doing some great hikes! There is a lot to see and do in our own backyard fortunately.

    Hope this finds you and your family all well. Perhaps our paths will cross on a hiking trail as we are back in Calgary and plan to get out for some hikes over the next month.



    1. Yes, we’re missing the travel, too. Our plans included almost 4 weeks in Peru this coming October, but that’s not looking so promising at the moment.

      We’re hitting the road for most of August – but we should try to coordinate a hike with you somewhere – maybe in early September?


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