You asked: How to get to hunter valley gardens from sydney?


By train & bus You can catch a suburban train from Sydney to Morisset Station and use your Opal card to pay. Then hop on a connecting bus to Cessnock. The whole journey takes around three hours. Regional Trainlink trains run between Sydney and Singleton, which is a 20min taxi ride from Cessnock.

Moreover, can you catch a train to Hunter Valley? Getting to the Hunter Valley Central Coast & Newcastle Line train services run from Sydney’s Central Station to Newcastle suburbs, and Hunter Line train services run between Newcastle and the Hunter Valley towns of Maitland and Singleton. … You will need an Opal card to travel on Intercity train services.

You asked, where should I stop between Sydney and Hunter Valley? Stop off between Sydney and the Hunter Valley to stretch your legs and give the kids a chance to run off some energy. Our favourite spots are Terrigal, where you can splash at the beach or scramble over rocks at The Skillion (or both!), and the Australian Reptile Park.

Correspondingly, do you have to pay to go to Hunter Valley Gardens? General Entry for Children (4-15 yrs) $16.00 & Family Pass $60.00. … Day & Night Tickets for Adult Day + Night (16yrs+) $44.00; Children Day + Night (4-15yrs) $21.00.

In this regard, how much is the bus fare from Sydney to Canberra? Murrays Coaches operates a bus from Sydney to Canberra every 2 hours. Tickets cost $45 – $65 and the journey takes 3h 30m. Greyhound Australia also services this route once daily.

How do you get around Hunter Valley?

Transport within the Hunter Valley: While car hire offers you the most flexibility to get around the Hunter Valley, if you’d prefer not to drive, numerous shuttle services operate to take you between vineyards. This includes Vineyard Shuttle Service and iHop Hunter Valley. Private shuttles can also be hired.

When should I go to Hunter Valley?

The Autumn months (March to May) is definitely the most popular time to visit the Hunter Valley as temperatures are reasonable and there is less rainfall. It’s also the best time when the weather is optimal to visit and explore the surrounds of the Hunter Valley gardens.

Is wine tasting free in Hunter Valley?

Is wine tasting free in the Hunter Valley? … Thankfully most are only $5pp and they use this cover charge simply to cover the cost of the wine poured and cover the staff member’s time.

How do you get to the Blue Mountains from Sydney?

Getting to the Blue Mountains NSW TrainLink Intercity trains travel from and to Sydney at least every hour, and take around two hours to reach the top of the Blue Mountains, with stops at Parramatta, Westmead, Penrith and Springwood. There are express services with limited stops, including Katoomba.

Can I travel through NSW?

Travelling within NSW Travel restrictions between Greater Sydney and regional and rural NSW for holiday or recreational visits no longer apply. You do not need to register to travel within NSW.

Where does Tourist Drive 33 start?

Tourist Drive 33 is the scenic gateway to the spectacular Hunter Valley stretching from the Peats Ridge exit on the M1 near Sydney, to Branxton in the heart of wine country along the historic Great North Road.

Where is the Hunter Valley?

The Hunter Region, also commonly known as the Hunter Valley, is a region of New South Wales, Australia, extending from approximately 120 km (75 mi) to 310 km (193 mi) north of Sydney. It contains the Hunter River and its tributaries with highland areas to the north and south.

How long does it take to do the Hunter Valley Gardens?

Depends on how fit you are or how hot it is, I think we took maybe two hours in the heat, there’s a lot to see, I think this time of year they have the snow too, it’s great! Yeah couple of hours is enough. Could easily spend longer if wanting to enjoy the views and general outlook.

Can you take your own food into Hunter Valley Gardens?

Can I bring my own food into Hunter Valley Gardens? No, but food is available in the Garden Terrace Café restaurant located at the entry to the Gardens.

Can I use my NSW vouchers at Hunter Valley Gardens?

Can I use my Dine voucher at Hunter Valley Gardens? Dine NSW Vouchers can only be redeemed at The Garden Terrace Cafe and cannot be used at food stalls within Hunter Valley Gardens. Dine vouchers can be used 7 days a week.

Can you catch the train from Sydney to Canberra?

Modern trains from Sydney to Canberra, running on the route, are well-equipped, comfortable, and will take you from Sydney Central railway station to Canberra Kingston station in 4 and a half hours.

Can you use Opal card from Sydney to Canberra?

No, as it is outside the Opal card boundaries. You can book by telephone – within Australia 13 22 32 for the price of a local call, seven days a week 0700 to 2200 hours, or book online at NSW Transport (Regional). Rail is a great way to travel to Canberra.

What is there to see between Canberra and Sydney?

  1. Breakfast in Bowral.
  2. The Bradman Museum.
  3. Lake George Lookout.
  4. National Capital Exhibition.
  5. Lake Burley Griffin.
  6. Australian War Memorial.
  7. Mount Ainslie Lookout.
  8. Dinner in Civic.

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