Currently mainland Australia’s largest mural town, Kurri Kurri was established in 1902 to service the mining industry, and flourished as a key country town. The small towns and villages offer a range of attractions and activities including mural tours, mining and railway museums.
Welcome to the country towns and villages of Kurri Kurri and Surrounds, warmly welcoming visitors, new business and offering lifestyle and community.
More information: http://www.visitkurrikurri.com
Enjoy the latest movie releases in the outdoor ambiance of Heddon Greta Drive In.
Off Heddon Street, Heddon Greta
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
Kurri Kurri has over 50 outdoor public artworks on display.
Residents and visitors have the opportunity to view a pictorial journey showcasing the history and heritage of this region through our guided Mural tours.
Peace Park is a beautiful community park, with an excellent playground, BBQ facilities and amenities as well as a unique walking trail.
Cessnock Road, Weston
Watagans State Forest offers the perfect place to get away from it all and explore Australia’s native plants and wildlife. Just 30 Minutes from Cessnock it offers several well defined walking trails.
Watagans State Forest
Escape to natural scenery, enjoy a picnic, bush walk or challenge your skills on a mountain bike.
Lomas Lane, Nulkaba
161 Lang Street, Kurri Kurri. PH: 02 4936 2226.
Hunter Valley Hotel Academy
2 McLeod Road, Kurri Kurri. PH: 02 4936 0341.
Kurri Kurri Visitor Information Centre
199 Lang Street, Kurri Kurri. PH: 02 4936 1909.
Peter Sesselmann Artist Gallery
245 Frame Drive, Sawyers Gully. PH: 0408 722 092.
Richmond Vale Railway Museum
Leggetts Drive, Richmond Vale. PH: 02 4001 0197.