Below are the Visitor Information Centres situated in the Hunter Valley Wine Country
Singleton Visitor Information & Enterprise Centre
The Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre (SVIEC), located on the New England Highway at Townhead Park is open 7 days a week, 9 to 5. Whilst at the Centre, you can enjoy and purchase from a great range of locally made gifts and produce, as well as browse an extensive range of information such as maps, local brochures and event information.
The Maitland Visitor Information Centre is not only a great place to pick up information, make tour and accommodation bookings and purchase tickets to local theatre productions, it also boasts a diverse range of regionally produced goods, gift ware and souvenirs. Facilities include email and internet access, cafe, barbecue and picnic area, public telephone, toilets, disabled facilities and baby change table and easy parking for cars and coaches.
The accredited Hunter Valley Visitor Information Centre is located just outside of Cessnock in the heart of the Hunter Valley. The Hunter Valley Visitor Information Centre is managed and operated by Cessnock City Council, servicing the needs of visitors to the Hunter Valley, pertaining to Cessnock local government area and surrounds. The Hunter Valley Visitor Information centre services the subregions of Cessnock and Surrounds, Branxton- Greta, Kurri Kurri and Surrounds, Wollombi Valley, Brok...