Budget Motel Ningana Motel Mudgee Address:
Corner Mortimer & Lewis Streets,
New South Wales 2850
Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the Ningana Motel in New South Wales
Budget Motel, Ningana in Mudgee is located in the heart of Mudgee. The Budget Motel Ningana Motel is less than 3 minutes’ walk to local shops, restaurants, churches, pubs, clubs and wine bars. Glorious parks, playgrounds and a swimming pool are close by. It is a short drive to over 40 well known vineyards and wineries with cellar doors and wine tasting available or take a guided tour by coach or taxi.
Bicycle hire is available for you to explore the region. The tour desk can provide area maps and bookings for winery and scenic tours. The Budget Motel, Ningana Motel in Mudgee is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests.
Pair idyllic wineries and epicurean delights with heritage streetscapes and boutique shops, and you have the charming town of Mudgee. On the banks of the meandering Cudgegong River, discover the perfect spot for a gourmet country adventure. You’ll find many things to do in and around Mudgee, from wine tasting at cellar doors to exploring the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park. You can join a winery, heritage and wilderness tour or go hot-air ballooning with Balloon Aloft for a bird’s-eye view of the picturesque countryside.
Some of Australia’s oldest and prettiest towns are in country NSW, where agriculture prospers in fertile soils. Pioneering history, fresh picked produce and fine wines attract visitors. Orange and Mudgee are popular wine regions. In Dubbo, about 90 minutes’ drive from Mudgee, is Taronga Western Plains Zoo where you can camp within a roar of the animals. You can tour the Murray, Australia’s longest river, aboard a paddle-steamer or stay on a houseboat. Wine tasting and visiting farmers markets are two of the many things to do in this vast and diverse region. You’ll find quality restaurants, pubs and cafés, and a range of places to stay. There are walking trails and tours in remote national parks across country NSW.