The Dunedoo Wine District is based on the area surrounding the townships of Dunedoo and Coolah in the Central West Wine Region in the heart of New South Wales. Dunedoo is a charming and attractive town on the Talbragar River with and beautiful landscaped park and recreation area. It is located about 60 km north of Mudgee, 320 km north-west of Sydney and is about 400 m above sea-level. Dunedoo is a tourist and agricultural service centre for the surrounding district which is focused on mixed farming, timber, fat lambs, wheat, cattle and wool. There are many attractions and activities for tourist to the area including: # The fabulous collections of antiques, early Australian furniture and memorabilia at the renowned antique shop. # Learn about the local mining, military and community heritage
in the Dunedoo Museum. # Enjoy the Dunedoo Bush Poetry Festival held in March that celebrate the spirit of the bush. # Fossicking - an excellent deposit of petrified wood can be found near Cobbora, 20 km from Dunedoo. Sapphires and gemstones can be found downstream from Cobbora. # A number of delightful farmstays are available in the area including: Bullinda, Digilah Station and Narrawa.
The Central West NSW Region Central West Region is home to over 30 vineyards in seven districts: Forbes, Canowindra and Parkes ; Dubbo ; Bathurst ; Gilgandra; Coonabarabran ; Warren ; Dunedoo
Bunnamagoo, NSW Kurrajong Park Coolah NSW 2795
Settled in 1829, Bunnamagoo near Rockley 30 kilometres south of Bathurst, was one of the first land grants west of the Blue Mountains. The vineyard is nestled in the rolling hills overlooking the historic homestead. At Bunnamagoo, the cool climate and high altitude (800m) interact with deep volcanic soils to produce low-yielding vines with intensely flavoured fruit. The restored homestead on Bunna...