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Highlights in Hunter Valley
- Food and wine
- Forest hiking
- Fabulous golfing
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Enjoy epicurean indulgences in the Hunter Valley, home to Australia's oldest wine growing region, gourmet restaurants, farmers markets, and rejuvenating spa retreats. The question when searching for a holiday rental in Hunter Valley is – coast or inland? The coast is much more populated, with the sizable city of Newcastle at its heart, and your best bet for day trips to the Valley’s delights combined with the amenities of a city. But if you are looking for a holiday rental in the countryside, you are spoilt for choice in Hunter Valley. Browse the many properties that run westwards from the coast and you are guaranteed to find a holiday rental just right for you!Lettings to come back to after a day’s exploration
Modern flats with sea views are popular in Hunter Valley’s coastal locations, and as you move inland they make way to large rural properties with huge gardens (something even fields!), with all the equipment and furnishings for leisurely al fresco dining. Choose from studio flats to lettings with up to 5 bedrooms and be assured that your holiday rental with be the ideal base for exploring this phenomenal part of the world!
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The area and getting around
The 590,000 people of the Hunter Region are concentrated within 25 km of the coast, with 55% of the entire population living in the cities of Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. The beginning of the Valley is about a two-hour drive north of Sydney, and as such a hugely popular destination among residents of Australia’s biggest city. The Valley stretches approximately 300 kilometres in parallel with the Hunter River, which shapes a fertile land ripe bursting luscious flora.A experience that you will want to repeat
The Hunter Valley is a pristine natural landscape and an outdoor adventure paradise. Whether you are into bush walking, four-wheel driving, mountain biking, wildlife spotting, are more haute culture pursuits such as wine tasting, gourmet dining and golfing, the valley is bursting with rich, authentic experiences that you will want to repeat!
Travellers and activities
The Hunter Valley’s fertile soils are responsible for some of the world’s finest wines. This is Australia’s oldest and best-known wine region, and it has played a pivotal role in the history of Australian wine since the 1800s. There are so many wines to explore, from the chardonnay and shiraz at the Oakvale Wines estate, to the semillon wines at the historic 1866 Audrey Wilkinson, and so much more in between – wine lovers are in for such a treat!Hunter Valley for foodies
Foodies flock to Hunter Valley to discover its tantalizing array of farm-fresh produce, artisan foods, and highly acclaimed restaurants. For those with an irrepressible sweet tooth, Sabor in the Hunter is an award-winning dessert bar, which also offers a popular high tea. What to take home the Valley’s skills with you? Cooking classes at Hunter Valley Cooking School are also a popular activity. And there is more – the Hunter Valley Wine and Food Festival, held annually in summer celebrates the region’s world-class wines and fresh produce, including fruit, cheese, olive oil, and chocolate!
Hunter Valley is considered Sydney’s playground, and with so much to see do, we can see why!
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Ascend into the sky as a new day dawns and marvel at the vineyards from above with a bucolic backdrop of stunning mountains and subtropical forests. Amaze as the Valley unfurls in a patchwork of fields and rolling, mist-cloaked hills dotted with eucalyptus trees.2. Enjoy world-class golf courses
A popular golfing destination, Hunter Valley offers several world-class golf courses to choose from. Hunter Valley Golf and Country Club is a 71 par, 6,000-metre-long course suitable for golfers of all levels that boasts a stunning mountainous backdrop.3. Ogle at the local wildlife
Hunter Valley Zoo is home to Kangaroos, koalas, monkeys and all the other delightful animals you would home to meet in Australia. Get close up to the animals and even hand feed them, then enjoy a picnic on the grounds of the zoo.4. Hike the Valley’s gorgeous rainforests
Temperate-rainforest rich Barrington Tops National Park boasts a vast network of hiking trails awaiting your footprint. The most popular is the 1,500-meter-high Aeroplane Hill Walking Track, which weaves through wetlands and woodlands past gorgeous views of the rainforest and picturesque waterfalls beyond.5. Relax and rejuvenate at a Spa
Set amid perfectly tranquil countryside, Valley spas offer an array of pampering treatments inspired by local products. Imagine a lovely massage followed by a relaxation session in a hydro-Jacuzzi on a deck affording an expansive mountain-view – imagine Hunter Valley!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Hunter Valley
At an average price of £279.55 per night, Hunter Valley lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday lettings in Australia.
According to our most recent historical data, the months that are the cheapest in Hunter Valley are October, November, and December, with average prices of £202.68, £218.91 and £219.97, respectively.
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Hunter Valley, the highest prices are found in the month of January (with an average of £362.25 per night), followed by April (£330.16), and May (£320.97).
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Hunter Valley, as only 27% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
The best months to find available accommodation in Hunter Valley are April (the average amount of properties that are available reached 47% of the total in 2020), May (46.2%), and March (43%).
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is November (only 6.75% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by December (8.5%), and October (9.6%).
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