A Wine Country welcome for everyone 

We want wonderful experiences unique to the Hunter Valley to be accessible to visitors of all ages and abilities. Below are some tips for planning ahead to enjoy your choice of inclusive local stays, attractions, services and activities.

Accessible ballooning – a first for the Hunter

Nothing should hold you back from a breathtaking, birds eye view of the vineyards. The first ever accessible hot air balloonin NSW will take to the skies above our beautiful valley later this year.

Inclusive tastings and tours

Be welcomed at more than 50 wineries and cellar doors with accessible access, toilets, grab rails or ramps. Book a guided experience with a knowledgeable local driver or tour operator that meets your needs for getting around to what you want to see, with ease.

Easy-access eateries and attractions

Select from a wide variety of almost 50 accessible venues including bars, pubs, cafes, winery restaurants and fine dining venues, six of them formally accredited. Whether you choose to escape to wilderness adventure or tranquil gardens, enjoy arts and culture or spa days and massage, love browsing markets or museums, hunger for artisan cheese or chocolate, you’ll be spoilt for choice of inclusive and accessible attractions.

Stays to suit everyone 

There aremany options to suit your needs and wish list when it comes to accommodation. Your choice of woodland cabins and campgrounds, well-equipped self-contained cottages, villas and contemporary homes, conveniently located hotels or resort luxury with inclusive facilities and spa or stay-and-play experiences.


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