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Eaglereach Wilderness Resort

44 Moonabung Road, Webbers Creek NSW 2421
Eaglereach is a nature based resort with more than four square kilometres of natural adventure-land from mountaintop to rain forest and lagoon all fully accessible featuring an amazing variety of fauna and flora such as kangaroos, wallabies, goannas, King parrots and naturally, their namesake the majestic Wedge tailed eagle. Featuring family and spa self-contained lodges and cabins , ranging from one to six bedrooms . Each is complete with every luxury to make your stay a joy. Expansive verandas provide spectacular views across the Hunter region. Resort facilities include swimming, tennis, lagoon for kayaking , games pavilion, outdoor gym. A range of takeaway hampers, fish and chips, hamburgers and pizzas wines and Australian beers available at the Eaglereach Coffee Bar and licensed Bistro....
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Morpeth Lodge Motel

28 Raworth Ave , Raworth NSW 2321
Morpeth Lodge Motel is a boutique style facility 2 minutes drive from the historic town of Morpeth. The Motel can cater for up to 24 guests in the nine rooms. Completed in 2006 the Motel has recently been redecorated and sits in 4 acres of beautifully maintained gardens. Each room has a kettle, toaster, basic crockery, fridge, air conditioning and ensuite. Also available for guests is the kitchen/common room area which houses an industrial style kitchen with range oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge freezer as well as seating for up to 24 guests.
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Merridys at Morpeth

117 Close Street, Morpeth NSW 2321
Surrounded by cottage gardens, Merridy's is centrally located right in the heart of peaceful Morpeth immediately behind the historic bank. It's a short stroll to the museum, other historical sites and buildings, restaurants, hotels, coffee shops and the many interesting boutiques and quaint shops. Morpeth was established in 1821 on the banks of the Hunter River. Morpeth was once a thriving river port for ships taking goods around Australia and the world. Today visitors travel to Morpeth to experience the eclectic mix of retail offerings, relaxed dining options and the gorgeous heritage perspective of Swan Street. Accommodation offered includes two upstairs suites, the Gold Room with king bed (or twin singles) and the Silver Suite with queen bed. The Garden Suite is also available which offers a bedroom with double French bed, sitting room and en suite facilities. This is suitable for the couple who are travelling with a child.

Morpeth Jazz Festival

Roman Catholic Church, Morpeth NSW 2321
Morpeth Chapel Jazz is a joint venture of the three churches of Morpeth. Until the 1980s, Morpeth was a rundown village in fear of demolition. Then it was slowly rejuvenated as a destination and what was left of its charming buildings rescued from the bulldozer. A few local businesses joined together to establish a small jazz festival in the bicentenary year of 1988. The jazz festival soon acquired a life of its own and by 2000 had developed into a major event. In 2009 Jazz returned to Morpeth when the three churches got together to revive the Morpeth Jazz Festival as ChapelJazz. The aim of ChapelJazz is to present traditional jazz in a welcoming environment to jazz lovers and their families and provide an enjoyable community experience. ...

Tocal College Australian Stock Horse Approved Sale

815 Tocal Road, Paterson NSW 2421
For buying or selling a registered Australian Stock Horse, visit the Australian Stock Horse Approved Sale at Tocal College. The Australian Stock Horse Society was established in 1971 in Scone, New South Wales. Today the Society is the largest of more than 70 individual horse breed associations in Australia. The successful performance of the Australian Stock Horse has not only been recognised throughout Australia, but exports to United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Africa, New Zealand and Asia have given them worldwide recognition. The Society aims to preserve and promote the bloodlines of the Australian Stock Horse, recognised for its versatility and superior performance amongst work and leisure breeds....

Morpeth Wine Cellars and Moonshine Distillery

Swan Street, Morpeth NSW 2321
Visit Morpeth Wine Cellar and Moonshine Distillery to taste boutique Hunter wines and Morpeth Moonshine. There are two copper pot stills where Morpeth Moonshine is made on-site including Original, Aniseed, Strawberry, Butterscotch and Lemon Moonshine. They also make a Honey liqueur (similar to a Meade) and an Uncut. Taste Rosebrook Estate wines, a selection of Morpeth Wines and Chilli Wine. Morpeth Wine Cellar has bulk Liqueur Verdelho and Liqueur Muscat, Binnorie Labna (yoghurt) and marinated Fetta. Also available are local jams, sauces, vinegars and olive products. Many of these products are available for tasting. Why not pick-up some Kurrajong Native Wild Hibiscus Flowers in syrup. These are a fantastic addition to Champagne. Come in on Monday and Tuesday to purchase some Morpeth Sourdough Bread. Morpeth Wood Fired Pizza is now open on-site. Buy a wine or a beer from Morpeth Wine Cellar and enjoy....

Tocal Field Days

Tocal Agricultural College, Paterson NSW 2421
Hunter's premium agricultural event, Tocal Field Days, attracts around 30,000 visitors and 400 exhibits. Highly regarded for its educational aspect, Tocal combines a genuine rural experience with commerce, entertainment, fashion, regional food and wine, and craft. Served with the renowned Tocal country hospitality. Pick up show specials with eight tractor companies for comparison, solar gates, log splitters, cattle yards, solar-operated gates, tools galore, big sheds and small quad bikes. Learn how to prepare livestock for sale and how to sell them through a 'fair dinkum' auction and be informed on safe livestock handling techniques on foot with a dog, on horseback and on a quad. Watch a celebrity chef prepare a signature dish while he shares some secrets, sip an organic wine, sample seafood, enjoy the funky fashion show and learn about permaculture, chainsaws, quad bikes and cattle breeds. ...

Paterson Gallery Markets

Paterson Art Gallery, Paterson NSW 2421
Paterson Gallery Markets are held on the first Sunday of the month and present an eclectic mix of original paintings, craft, and collectables. Set in the picturesque backyard of the historic Paterson Post Office, you are invited to view the gallery and enjoy the rose garden on Duke Street in the heart of Paterson. Enjoy a great variety of produce, beautiful handmade treasures, homemade craft and cooking. Buskers will entertain and everyone will have a very happy and enjoyable time. Come and enjoy the day, look around the area, and you may even find some treasures within the stalls....

Paterson New Year's Eve Festival

Tucker Park, Paterson NSW 2421
Join Paterson for New Year's Eve at Tucker Park and enjoy an exciting evening of live music, fireworks and children's entertainment. There's carnival fun, singing, dancing, games, face painting and more for the kids. Gates open at 4pm, children's program starts at 6pm, main fireworks display at 9pm, with live music through till the midnight fireworks. Food and drinks are available to purchase. The Paterson Festival is organised by volunteers from Paterson Rotary Club and the community, and sponsored by local businesses who believe in supporting their local community....

Australian Alpaca Barn - Morpeth

Central Inn Mews, Morpeth NSW 2321
The Australian Alpaca Barn specialises in the sale and promotion of quality Alpaca products manufactured in Australia, New Zealand and Peru. They offer a comprehensive range, designed for the discerning buyer, including coats, throw rugs, bedding, scarves, jumpers, yarn and accessories. The Australian Alpaca Barn is aligned with the top manufacturers of Alpaca in Australia and Peru, allowing them to create and sell the most superior quality Alpaca products from these stunning animals. ...

Paterson Historical Court House Museum

King Street, Paterson NSW 2421
Paterson Court House, built in 1857, was the centre of justice in the district, housing many policemen. In 1973, a small group of locals met in Paterson's School of Arts building to look into the possibility of forming a group to preserve the local region's history. They had no guidelines to work on, except to collect photographs of Paterson as it was in the early days, along with old stories, papers, and any other memorabilia from Paterson's past. Dungog Shire Council at this time offered the Court House to any group in Paterson willing to use it and take care of the building. The Court House provided a place to display the mounting number of items which were being donated, and a location for historical interest in the area. The first name chosen for the organisation was the "Paterson Preservation Society", but this was changed to the "Paterson Historical Society". ...
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Morpeth Lodge Motel

28 Raworth Ave, Raworth NSW 2321
Morpeth Lodge Motel is a 9 bedroom boutique style Motel situated 2 minutes drive from the historic town of Morpeth. Each room is beautifully appointed with its own ensuite. Guests are welcome to use the on-site kitchen/common room which can cater for up to 24 guests, as well as the pool and tennis courts.Groups can use the whole motel and Kicthen/common room whilst staying here. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, high chair, seating for up to 24 guests, TV. 5 synthetic grass courts are available for use by guests, as are the pool, large grassed area for soccer/sport and the Exercise area.

The Close Overnight Stays

73 Close St, Morpeth NSW 2321
Welcome to the Hunter Valley's best kept secret hideaway. The Close is tucked away in Morpeth NSW, a historic river port crowded with character on a tree-lined stretch of the Hunter River.The Close has been named after the founder of Morpeth, Lieutenant Edward Charles Close, who selected a property of 1,000 hectares in the town and developed it as a river port between 1831 and 1841. Queens Wharf as it was named was to become a heavily frequented river port up until around 1890.Located in the heart of this beautiful Morpeth town and a very short walk to all the heritage attractions of Morpeth, The Close was built in the 1850's has been beautifully renovated with a modern twist while remaining faithful to the era.The property offers 2 boutique style accommodation options which when combined accommodate 12 in elegant modern comfort.

Surgeon’s Cottage

171 Swan St, Morpeth NSW 2321
Historic home in Morpeth offering bed & breakfast accommodation.

The Close Overnight Stays

73 Close St, Morpeth NSW 2321
Welcome to the Hunter Valley's best kept secret hideaway. The Close is tucked away in Morpeth NSW, a historic river port crowded with character on a tree-lined stretch of the Hunter River.The Close has been named after the founder of Morpeth, Lieutenant Edward Charles Close, who selected a property of 1,000 hectares in the town and developed it as a river port between 1831 and 1841. Queens Wharf as it was named was to become a heavily frequented river port up until around 1890.Located in the heart of this beautiful Morpeth town and a very short walk to all the heritage attractions of Morpeth, The Close was built in the 1850's has been beautifully renovated with a modern twist while remaining faithful to the era.The property offers 2 boutique style accommodation options which when combined accommodate 12 in elegant modern comfort.