Welcome to Branxton, Greta . A beautiful little corner of the valley and a chance to explore the heritage, culture and some of Australia's winemaking origins.
Branxton and Greta have retained all of their historical charm, with fine colonial architecture and friendly locals. A great place to visit when travelling the New England Highway. The townships of Branxton and Greta are located on the New England Highway between Cessnock, Maitland and Singleton and on the northern end of Wine Country Drive. Steeped in history, country charm and hospitality, Branxton and Greta are the northern gateways to the world-renowned Hunter Valley Wine Country.
WHERE ARE WE?
Branxton is the northern gate to Tourist Drive 33 (TD33), an alternative route to Sydney and the world famous Hunter Valley Wine Country. TD33 is an 114km drive along some of Australia’s oldest convict trails and featuring spectacular rural vistas. With the opening of the M15 Hunter Expressway, Branxton Greta is undergoing rapid change and we are up for the challenge, welcoming the $1.5 billion Huntlee planned town development, providing many employment and business opportunities for residents and local businesses of Branxton Greta.
THINGS TO DO:
Both Branxton and Greta enjoy the reputation of being idyllic rural settlements to live, work and play. Branxton is also a popular destination for RV tourists with a selection of caravan parks located in Wine Country. The hotels in Branxton Greta are the perfect example of rural Australian pub culture. The new Branxton Heritage Walk gives visitors a fun, interactive experience as they learn all about the rich history of the region. Enjoy farm animals, horseriding adventures in Rothbury, East Branxton skate park for the kids, yoga and massage.
More information: http://www.branxtongreta.com.au
Established on the beautiful Hunter River in 1828, Dalwood Estate is regarded as the birthplace of Hunter Valley wine.
OPENING HOURS: Saturday & Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm
700 Dalwood Road, Dalwood
Dashville is a unique, pristine bushland venue. As host of music festivals The Gum Ball, Dashville Skyline and Thrashville, it has become a cultural hub for lovers of good music, food and family memories.
103 Kirkton Road, Lower Belford
Excellence Laser Clinic specialises in non-surgical skin procedures. We understand that no two clients are the same and that every client’s treatment requirements can vary. We are dedicated to delivering high quality and result driven treatments. We provide a variety of advanced treatments allowing us to customise each treatment based on our clients’ needs
34 Brokenback Road, Branxton
A short hop away from vineyards, this cute, beautifully presented 3 bedroom Miner's Cottage provides the perfect base from which to explore the Hunter Valley.
28 Rothbury Street, North Rothbury
Cedar Cottages, tastefully decorated, secluded among tall shady gum trees in natural bush land, providing peace and privacy in self contained comfort.
Guests: 1 - 26 Bathrooms: 4+
234 Tuckers Lane, North Rothbury
Hunter Valley Way is one of the newest self drive tours on the eastern seaboard of NSW. Starting at the M1 at Freeman’s Water Hole in Lake Macquarie and finishing at the end of the Hunter Valley in Merriwa on the Golden Highway.
Freeman's Waterhole - Kurri Kurri - Broke -Merriwa
Quietly located a short drive from the awarded Pokolbin wineries, The Table Guesthouse is perfect for anyone wanting a weekend away and looking for something unique and warming.
Guests : 1 - 6 Bathrooms: 3
3 Water Street, Greta
Planning a visit to Hunter Valley Wine Country and hoping to take the road less travelled? Why not enjoy a scenic drive on Tourist Drive 33, along the Great North Road or Convict Trail, and through the beautiful NSW countryside. 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 cou...
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