Let’s spend a day in Mudgee

Let’s go spend a day in Mudgee!

You know, Mudgee. Inland a bit from Sydney. When I say a bit, I mean about 3 and a half hours – but you know, I’m learning that’s nothing in Australia.

Anyway, you’ll love it there. It’s got loads of cool old buildings…

The library is pretty awesome, too.

I mean, imagine that’s the place you regularly rent your books from!?

Even the Post Office looks quaint.

The architectural features are everywhere you look. If you love wrought iron, you’re in for a treat.

We can take a leisurely stroll past the church, maybe we’ll spot the local camera club out again.

Now, see, I reckon this looks just like the place in Stars Hollow where Rory worked in the Gilmore Girls reboot – don’t you think?

It’s even the office of the local paper, too!

Now if we get a bit tired by all that walking around, we can always stay over. 7 hours driving is a bit much for one day. We could stay at the Perry Street Hotel where you get jazzy bathrobes to lounge around in.

Then the next day we can go for brunch at Cafe 89. Gluten free pancakes, anyone…?

Mine had a slight ricotta landslide situation but that did nothing to affect the taste. They were totally delicious.

Just time for one last tool around town spotting pretty buildings (and blossom) before it’s time to hit the road again.

So… shall we go to Mudgee?


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  1. 20th October 2017 / 00:05

    Definitely sign me up to visit Mudgee! I feel like there’s no other way to describe it other than cute! And being from Texas I can totally relate to the 3.5 hours away not being too far away for a drive, but that hotel y’all stayed in is so cute!

  2. 20th October 2017 / 07:54

    Oh, my goodness, those gluten free pancakes look delicious 🙂

  3. 20th October 2017 / 09:13

    I love Mudgee and seeing all your beautiful pictures makes me want to go back. It’s been way too long in between visits!

  4. 20th October 2017 / 10:50

    Oh I love small towns and Mudgee looks so sweet! It totally looks like that place in Stars Hollow!

  5. 20th October 2017 / 21:52

    What an adorable little town. Places like that instantly put me in the best mood. Also, had to giggle at the ricotta landslide.

  6. 21st October 2017 / 08:48

    I’m in if not just for the brekkie. YUM. Love the touches to the hotel room, too.

  7. 22nd October 2017 / 23:31

    Those pancakes! I was SO disappointed to find out that the pancake place in Sydney we spent over half an hour getting to was not the same branch as the Brisbane one I’d thought it was but was some place on the gold coast. It meant that they didn’t have the gluten free pancakes I’d been dreaming of…I found something gluten free on the menu but it just wasn’t the same, boo!

    It’s nice that even a little place like Mudgee (which I’d never heard of before!) had gluten free options! It looks like such a nice place to stay even if it was only a brief stop over for you.

  8. 23rd October 2017 / 00:55

    How do you say the name of this town? Is it Mudgee like Fudge? Or do you hear the extra e sound? Like Mudgey? Or maybe more like Moodge? I am so confused!

    No matter, though. It looks like an adorable town! Love all of the buildings. And those pancakes?! Are you sure they were gluten free? Yum!

  9. 24th October 2017 / 19:45

    How cute is Mudgee?! I need to add it to our must visit list!

    Also, I have to ask – what lens are you using, girl?

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