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A long winding drive meanders between the hills and into the valley beyond. At the valley's heart is 'Wildwood', a world of natural beauty, a sanctuary created for birds and animals and those guests who choose to make Wildwood their own.
Wildwood Guesthouse is a modern building constructed in the traditional style of a 19th centruy country homestead. Reflecting the character and natural charm of the district, crafted of fine local timbers and pise. Comprising four bedrooms - one king, two doubles and one room with twin beds. Each bedroom has private facilities and french doors opening onto broad verandahs. Fine damask bedlinen, white fluffy towels and beautiful soap for your pleasure. There is a formal dining room, spacious lounge and sunroom with a grand timbered umbrella ceiling and a kitchen with genuine country ambience.
The ghost of Henry Lawson is everywhere at Eurunderee, and the Wildwood property is the valley he wrote about as Sapling Gully. For the bush bard, Sapling Gully was synonymous with the hardships of gold mining. Today, Wildwood is synonymous with gracious country living and the new gold rush is the rush for Mudgee's liquid gold - the chardonnays, semillons and sauvignon blancs that are beginning to challenge the district's famous full flavoured reds.
"Notwithstanding our trip to Sydney.... the World was encircled by the Mudgee Hills, with Eurunderee as a centre. Mudgee, the town, five miles away was inside the World: Sydney was somewhere on the edge of the World, or just behind. I used to describe Sydney as a place 170 miles from Eurunderee."
Vineyards/wineries/wine tours, Fine wine, log fires, kangaroos, birds, wallabies, echidnas, gold towns, Gulgong, Wollemi national park, Munhorne gap, Hands on rock, Ferntree gully, Windermer dam, central tablelands, Dubbo zoo, bushwalking.