Mudgee, NSW 2850

3.5(26 reviews)

Ranked 2nd best suburb by locals in North Western Region, NSW

Great for

  • Parks and recreation
  • Safe and sound
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Clean & green
  • Schools

Not great for

  • Parking

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Retirees
  • Singles
  • Tourists

Reviews of Mudgee, NSW

Editors Choice

"'Nest in the Hills'"

A 'Nest in the Hills' is the exact way to describe such a beautiful place where I was born and bred. A great town with heart, spirit and soul. While still keeping to the country aspects of working hard together and getting your hands dirty it grasps on to the city life having not much of the hustle and bustle but more the unique-ness of quality stores professional people surrounding you, while watching that great big cattle truck come though the main street, sipping on the coffee and then walking down through the lucious green parks.Everthing is with in distance and is never a hastle. I remember riding my bike around these streets & playing on the swings in the rocket park and all I can say is MUDGEE I CANT WAIT TO COME BACK.

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  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Editors Choice

"Country Lifestyle - City Convenience"

Vibrant town of 8500 located only 3.5 hours West of Sydney. The wide main streets are home to trendy cafe's and chic retail shops to rival larger centres.

Be greeted by a smile as you pass locals and relaxed visitors alike in the township, weekly farmers markets are a popular event showcasing local produce. An abundance of local vineyards feature celllar doors to sample.

Mudgee regularly hosts large events such as 'A Day on the Green', "Wine Wings and Wheels', Wine Festival and hold 7 race meetings a year that prove extremely poular.

A variety of housing is available to suit all budgets. The expanding Mining Industry located well out of town has brought many new faces to town and also provided locals with an oportunity to enter the industry.

Mudgee......a great place to live!

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  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
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Review Er

Written by real estate agent no doubt

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15th February 2022

"Overrated town"

Most of the fake five star reviews given by real estate on this site. Poorly managed by council, average food quality, over crowded school, drug issues rising, medical centres are expensive, new hospital is good but
not enough for Mudgee and
surrounding population. Beautiful country town doesn’t look like anymore country town.

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  • Professionals
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20th December 2021

"God's Country Mudgee"

Mudgee is a surprising place that has o much to offer. The magnificent landscapes surrounded by stunning mountains is the beginning of an adventure. Vineyards all around, wonderful places to stay, all a bit different from each other. Old world history to entertain and delight. Mudgee's neighbouring towns all unique Gulgong, Lue, Rylstone and Kandos showing open spaces and beautiful country drives. Mudgee is a perfect place to fall in love.

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  • Families with kids
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4th November 2021

"Bad Reviews Correct"

We are moving to Mudgee early next year and I tried to join the Facebook community groups and explain my situation and how I’m after some information about the town before I get there. I was rejected numerous times I asked the admins why as I am in fact moving there and need some information before I come and no replies.

I guess the reviews about the locals being rude are correct and quite frankly it’s making me think I’ve made a bad choice by choosing to move to Mudgee.

I also emailed the school about enrolment for next year, no reply either.

Seems it is full of a lot of rude people.

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Rentals in Mudgee

30th July 2021

"Inviting country town"

I have been a local my whole life and genuinely enjoy calling Mudgee home.
If you enjoy dining out, scenic walks, and boutique shopping this is the place for you.
We have great schools, a brand new hospital, and local events every weekend.
Come for a visit and fall in love with our township.

Marnie Robbins - Real Estate Agent Mudgee

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22nd February 2021

"Interesting reading..."

Interesting reading here. Are there any less subjective views about Mudgee? I have only driven through the town, worked there twice, and stopped off with the family twice, so I couldn't really form an opinion. On the surface, I did find it charming and fairly well healed as far as services and shopping were concerned. Having done school and national service in regional towns and centres at various stages of my life, I can understand some of the comments about clique - y locals and rudeness, which would spoil anyone's - especially newbies - first and ongoing impressions. No excuse for it! But I'm sure there must be more to the place. If one is young, I can also understand the boredom aspect, but this is not Sydney. Also, I'm looking at Mudgee as a retirement option. Let us know thoughts. (Doctor appointments comment raised my eyebrows).

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maddys4

I lived in Mudgee for a few years. I loved the space and made great friends. The town is small but has everything you need. I would like to mention it is very hot and dry in summer, there is no relief from the heat and no water around. One of our reasons for leaving and being on the coast. It is for some but if you like water and all things that are enjoyed near the coast I would think twice.

cliveh1

Thanks Maddys4. Mudgee is just one of so many regional options, but good to get your feedback - specially re the heat.

maddys4

Not a problem, we rented our house out and rented when in Mudgee, good idea if you can so you know if it is for you or not, we did move there for work reasons though and the kids were in primary school, never thought about staying or leaving just so happened the work didn't work out and their were more options back home.

cliveh1

Thanks Maddys. Renting first sounds sensible. Very interesting looking at what newbies and outsiders say about these regional areas. We've also been looking at Forster/Tuncurry area, and some very balanced reviews often get met with vitriol and ridicule from the locals.

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18th November 2020

"Well I was right wasn't I?"

Noticed a few new reviews about how locals won't talk to non locals. Same as in 2010 when I left. If you want to live in a nice place, move to Orange. There is work, nice locals. Just don't buy/rent on the east side of town> I did unfortunately, which is why I left. Great town though.

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13th November 2020

"What a great place to call home!"

Mudgee is the place you grow up calling home and never want to leave. It has everything you could possibly need without the big city drama and if you like food and wine, you'll fit in just fine.

Check it out for a holiday or a tree change!

Sarah Hodges - Real Estate Agent Mudgee

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  • Families with kids
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14th September 2020

"Mudgee loves tourists but not friendly to locals"

Mudgee is a very friendly town to tourists, WHY, because they love taking your money, friendly to your face but not behind your back. Come to Mudgee friendly one day, bitchy the next.

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11th September 2020

"NOTHING GOOD ABOUT MUDGEE - JUST WAITING TO DIE"

Nothing good to say about Mudgee or the people. Nothing to do, nowhere to go. Just getting use to what it will be like when I am dead. Honestly do not waste your money going here. All everyone talks about is how much money they earn at the coal mine. Honestly the people are rude and just want your money.

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26th January 2020

"high unemployment rate"

great markets foods and shops
great scenery
great parks and bycicle tracks
a few friendly people

There are some town gossips by snobby people.When i was new no one wanted to employ me and weren't interested in getting to know me
In mudgee to gain employment you must be well favoured by the community
need to have a car to travel.
no trains that go to Sydney
alot of cashed up bogans
hunters
and bogans on welfare
wouldn't recommend moving here unless you know people.

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"Yawn"

A boring town full of people who like to act wealthy but they really aren't. In other word, two bob snobs. There is no highway near the town, no railway and no real bus lines. So you are basically stuck in Mudgee because, along with the transport, its miles from anything worth spending time at. The houses are overpriced and so is the rent. No real local jobs, apart from a coal mine which will shut down one day and the town will halve overnight. Pubs are ok but meals a rip off (a few are owned by the same bloke). It's hot, it's dry and it's not a scenic place. I lived in Mudgee for 12 years. It was only when I moved that I realised how bad it is. I now live in a town with a smaller population. It has a hourly bus service, train runs three times a day to a major, capital city. A few hours on the freeway to the coast and the best mountains in the country. Blows Mudgee out of the water. People who have lived in Mudgee their whole life love it. Those who move there, within a short time, realise it is terrible.

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Pablo Vaz
Pablo Vaz

so which town is better that you're referring to. Would love to know.

maddys4

Very Hot, very dry, I enjoyed Mudgee when it was green but I knew it would not last long and brown up again. No water had to order water many times very costly, then winter came and the temp would drop below zero. Found myself wanting to get away every few month to the coast or just somewhere where there were things to do. People enjoyed visiting for a country break, felt isolated when they left.

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"Its nice but extremely rude people"

Moved here at the start of the year and love it I mean lovely restaurants as I am a foodie and gorgeous cafes with yummo coffee. Gym is good, plenty to do on weekends as we have family and adore the country atmosphere but the people here come accross rude and dont want a bar of you unless you are a local oh and dont forget if u have kids its pricey the town and as for the whole vibe I do like it just wish people weren't so rude to me where I am. Mudgee overall a great place maybe its because I'm a typical miners wife with a family and when yoU mention mine to people they get upset well hate to say it but if it wasn't for the mines I can say Mudgee would be a ghost town with not nice parks etc and the nicer things,,,,

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killerb

Firstly I have to acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the land we speak of; to Elders past, present, and the future; the Mowgee Clan of the Wiradjuri Nation.
Beautiful parks were established long before the mine opened or their employees were even born. But by all means feel free to take credit for them. Mudgees history didnt begin with the opening of the first mine. It wont end at the closing of the last.
Maybe peoples unfriendliness is based on presumptions like these rather than what your husband does for a job? It may be perceived as arrogance?
Many were here long before the mines opened and will remain here after they close. But you claim that life will not exist here without people like you and your husband? Just a suggestion, go and pay attention to those parks you take credit for, the dates on the entrance ways and also on the trees that predate European invasion. Look closely at the headstones and memorials around those parks.
Then for a clearer picture of why some actually arent supportive of mining (besides the environmental issues) speak to the endless amount of people whos generational family homes were taken apart and dug up by mines. Without a choice. Or the families who now have been told that the resting place of their loved ones will also be dug up for mining. None of those locals give a hoot about how good the coffee is at a local cafe. When you have a company kick you out of your family home without question and then tell you grandmas remains will be disturbed and relocated cause theres a dollar to be made out of it you may have a better understanding of how you may be received by many.
But thank you for the beautiful parks!

ScottB4
ScottB4

That gets it said, what about the crap miners leave behind? Dont take it personally, my dad was a miner.

Review Er

LidiM - The parks in Mudgee (and Mudgee itself) were established way before the mines. The mines having nothing to do with the two beautiful parks in Mudgee. In my view, the mines have change Mudgee for the worse. Not unlike many aspects of mining.

greena1

yes if the people would be more friendly and less arrogant mudgee would be a great place to live. I didn't get any employment due company's not giving me a chance to prove myself. Wouldn't waste my time living in Mudgee unless I know people

lance-wardl

Hello. My Grandparents were born in Mudgee in the late 1800s. Sheridan is the family name. Thomas Sheridan/ Mary Jane Lonsdale was my Great Grandparents. Is there any family information Center in Mudgee for me to do some research ? Records, Death Certificates, Birth Records. I hope to visit Mudgee soon. Any help would be appreciated.
Lance Ward-Sheridan.

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"Thanks Mud"

Glad that someone else agrees with me. I'm thinking that some of the great reviews are written by real estate agents. To the person who asked me which parts of Mudgee to avoid - none really. The crime rate is pretty low.

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sezzz

I got a notification of an any parts of mudgee to avoid question as well, but can't seem to find it. I'd say maybe avoid a couple of streets nearby the west end sporting complex. Bit daggy there.

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"No need to leave town when on holidays"

Best place to live in Australia. We have lived here for 4years. We have lived in lots of small towns and Mudgee is the best one yet. This is a town for families there is so much to do if you want to get out there Art, Sport,Winers markets every weekend and so much more. For the size of the town we have everthing you could want in a 5min drive. l find the people happy and friendly how lucky we are to have found it.

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Shazbot
Shazbot

Thanks. Seems from reading most of the reviews on here, the story that you need to "be a local or don't bother, you aren't welcome" is a myth.

Good thing too. My husband and I want to move here one day.

benlauren1

It's not a myth.

BARBER

l'm sorry you didn't find what you were looking for here benlauren1 , but as you have said yourself you have moved on to Orange were the population is 50% larger than Mudgee how about you do move on and stop baging our Magical Mudgee .5 year here we no nilly everyone and we love them. How lucky were we to find Mudgee

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"Great place to live!"

Moved here a couple of years ago from Muswellbrook, Mudgee is so much nicer! Good shopping, restaurants and parks. Markets every weekend, and events in the vineyards and some in town too.
It's great living somewhere people actually want to come visit! Love the buzz of the tourists on the weekends.

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Treesnleaves
Treesnleaves

Good stuff, ive been to mudgee its beautiful

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"Boring and Expensive"

I moved here to live in the bush and that's the only good thing I can say about the place. Absolutely nothing to do. People don't want to know you unless you are a local, unless of course they can know all your business and then tell everyone else. Lousy pay yet the prices are Sydney prices. I don't shop here purely on principle, except for groceries. Try seeing a doctor? Wait 3 weeks. I will stay another couple of years because I enjoy the ambiance` of my land and I have great neighbours (they are from Sydney of course). The boredom of this place is mind numbing. Speaking to a hire place here where new people come - a lot of people go as well, purely because of lack of anything to do.

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ilovemudgee

Hi benlauren,

Sorry to hear your views on Mudgee. I agree that the Medical system needs to be looked at, 3 weeks is an unacceptable time frame to wait (off course emergencies are dealt with sooner). Your impression of peoople, pay and prices are cetainly different to mine but everyone is entitled to their opinion. You mentioned that the boredom is mind numbing, perhaps you may like to view our blog on Mudgee (http://ilovemudgee.com.au), we like to promote local events and topical local issues perhaps this may help you see the Mudgee that I see and LOVE.

Best wishes
ilovemudgee

mud

The other person who added a comment is obviously a local therefore not treated with rudeness and contempt by other 'locals' ie. very small minded people. I couldnt have described Mudgee better than benlauren..try being a single mum living in this loserville...Sad but true. The only time I enjoy Mudgee is when I have visitors..too bad I have to stay here when they go home..

benlauren1

Fortunately I have now moved to a bigger country town and am loving it. The people are really friendly. There it a lot more of a social life and I'm much happier. I miss the land and the space, but I sure don't miss the people.

ilovemudgee

Again it is disappointing to hear of your experiences here, most people I meet that move here love it and find the local community engaging, its a pity you mustn't have mixed with the right people.

Mud, I also feel sorry that you feel that way, I can assure you that as a "local" I don't treat anybody any differently, I have lots of friends that have moved here and love the place, its like anywhere, its what you make of it.

mud

Funny how ilovemudgee is written by the local real estate who have only their hip pocket in mind just like the local council!

ilovemudgee

Mud we actually love where we live and wouldn't want to live anywhere else. I didn't realise there was a problem in being proud of the place you live? Its a shame a few bitter people can attempt to ruin the reputation of a great area.

mud

Everybody is entitled to their opinion. It is called a free thinking society. You may not be familiar with this however.

ilovemudgee

I'm all for Free Speech, that's why I thought I would voice my opinion that I feel your comment that ALL "locals" were rude and small minded was not a fair representation of the area. You are certainly entitled to your opinions, I just feel that people using this service might want a rounded view.

benlauren1

Go Mud! As I said before, speaking to a local hire company who rents out trucks to people who are moving, a lot of people move here and a lot of people leave as well. They give the same reasons myself and Mud give.

BARBER

As l have said in my own comment Mudgee is the best small town l have EVER lived in,it sounds to me that benlauren has never lived in a smaller town.Sorry benlauren that you didn't like our town and you found the 'locals' rude and tell everyone your business,as for me l don't care who no my business as l have nothing to hide. l now l can grow old here and feel very safe and happy in my town. 5 years living here now and many many more to come BEST PLACE IN N.S.W

benlauren1

You also might learn how to spell and punctuate. You wouldn't want to grow old there and get sick. Can't see a doctor straight away and have to go to Orange or Dubbo or even further to get major medical work done. No further comments will be forthcoming. I have made my point. Some people just don't like the truth when they hear it.

mud

Too true Benlauren..and my final point regarding grammar and Mudgee is that 'complacent and stuck up ' should never be used in the same sentence...

BARBER

Boredom comes from within,and so does rudeness . As for spelling and grammar l didn't think it was a spelling bee l thougt it was a comment board for Mudgee. l have lived in 9 towns including Orange and l hope you enjoy your winters, you will have lot of time inside on the computer picking on people and there towns . lf you had taken the time to speak to loacls as l have you would know that to see a doctor you sit out the front till they open and you get a appointment on that day.
Best wishes
BARBER

adriel

Mudgee is way too expensive, $385/week average rental property!!! unless you're a miner (that's why its expensive) you'll go broke because other wages here are not special. Got to agree with other post, boring night life unless special occasion. It's nice with all the cafe's and such but yeah not great for young people

benlauren

Check out the latest comment from someone commenting on living in Wellington, NSW. Admits to the Wellington problems but comments they have moved to Mudgee and comment on how unfriendly it is. Would prefer the people of Wellington any day. I rest my case.

mud

Yep Wellington's not so flash but they always say g'day. Funny but I recently met a girl who moved from Sydney and I thought she'll be fine and make lots of friends as she works for a large government organisation with quite a few staff. Apparently they barely give her the time of day..so cliquey.

ilovemudgee

It's a shame that benlauren and mud didn't meet while you were both living here, you could have got together and whinged about lots of stuff. Enjoy living in Orange or Wellington or anywhere else with a high crime rate. Unfortunately in life those who like to have a sook are more vocal than those that have a positive outlook on life.
Have a great weekend, I'll be enjoying Mudfest, Mudgee's Small Film festival.

benlauren

Mudgee has a low crime rate because the locals slaughtered all the Aborigines. Charming. The film festival is probably too expensive for the locals, like most of the one off functions Mudgee puts on. Watch the BMW line up in Market Street this weekend indicating that Sydney has come for the weekend. That was always a giggle.

ilovemudgee

Actually as with most events it is reasonably priced, $25 a head. Are you suggesting that Aboriginals cause crime? Now that is charming. It's always great to have visitors enjoy our town and spend money in the local economy.

mud

Yes there is a very unfortunate history with the Wiradjuri tribe around the region when martial law was declared. Unfortunately I believe that this has sucked alot of the soul out of the land. Sadly, this traumatic past has led to some crime in areas where there are Indigenous people but only because they had their power and autonomy taken away by white settlers.

bretth17

As a sydney sider who has a farm in hargraves I rarely get into town, however when I do (and people dont know me from a bar of soap) I find people very friendly, in fact its the visitors who dont say gday , thats how we know they are tourists. Ill be moving up to mudgee in the near future thats for sure . Cant wait to get out of the sydney rat race. BH

maddys4

I agree with the comment alot of people move here and alot of people move as well. I know at least 15 families that have left , each has their own reasons but mainly because of jobs and lack of things to do and extreme changes in the weather.

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"The Double Bay of the Central West!"

Mudgee is a great place to retire or bring up the kids. It has everything you need - great schools, new medical centre, fantastic boutiques and gift shops plus amazing eateries! Real Estate prices are strong which reflect what a great place Mudgee is to live!

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mud

More like the Mount Druitt! What a bunch of narrow minded losers live in this town. Its pathetic!

sezzz

The Mount Druitt comparison is ridiculous. I'm not a 'local', moved here 3yrs ago, and have always found people to be nice and friendly.
There is a bit of pride in this town, but i think that's a good thing and unless you drag your knuckles along the ground you'll be treated well.

benlauren1

Real estate prices are high because of the mines, not because it's a great town. I made a nice profit for my place. Move out "mud" while you are still sane!

mud

Thanks benlauren. I appreciate your (valid) concerns for my mental health... I would love to know where you moved to?

adriel

Sure it's nice for families cause the price has forced the dreg's out. I moved to Dubbo which has it's problems but far more options

jennyr14

Never come across a more arrogant bunch of people in a town the size of Mudgee...city you would expect people not to be as friendly but for a country town where you pass the same people the majority of the time especially at the gym or school, they go out of their way to not say hello or at least a nod. Moved here just over a month ago and we can't wait to go, it has really put us off this place and it's very disappointing because we thought more of the town prior to the move here. I'll mention also, the customer service in some shops is also a disgrace, I've said hello a few times when I've gone to purchase something only to have them just look and have say hello like it was a massive effort. We have come across a few nice people who aren't from here but the rest of them are a different breed. I don't know what all the hype is about too.

Review Er

hahahaha - this is what people are meaning about the snobery of Mudgee. If you think you're better than everyone you'll fit right in.

mud

Sadly, after being stuck here for way too long Ive come to realise that the people are simply a very low calibre. I think someone mentioned two bob snobs. This is a perfect description. Most people highly uneducated and small minded/ignorant. There are some very lovely and nice people here but they make up a very small percentage maybe 20%. Im often gobsmacked at the blatant rudeness of people here. Its very uninspiring and at times depressing.

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"Great country town, growing well"

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"Win the lottery living in Mudgee!"

Being Born and bred in Mudgee is as good as winning the lottery, Low crime, Good community spirit, beautiful location, fantastic food and wine outlets, I have worked and lived in plenty of locations across NSW and nowhere comes close, We have moved back 10 years ago to raise our families here.

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ClaudiaP

Low crime? Break and Enter, and Robbery figures are lower than average but Domestic Violence, Violent Crimes and Sexual Assault cases in Mudgee are ABOVE state averages. 62 sexual assault or indecent assault cases were reported last year alone, and most assaults go unreported, so you do the math. Not good odds for women and children in Mudgee. Please keep your kids close. Dont let them use public toilets, not in carparks, parks, not even in Big W. Not safe!

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"Out of The Way - Near Nowhere"

Snoby town. Only look after tourists.

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PompAss

Sounds like someones got their nose out of joint.

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"Terrible Experience"

In my opinion mudgee is not a pleasent place to live. Houseing prices are high and the cost to live compared to other local towns such as cowra is terrible. Over priced and over rated..

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"A peaceful & relaxing nest in the hills."

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"Mudgee The Place To Be"

Mudgee is a Thriving Town with booming economy thanks to all the local mines and local wineries.

When you visit mudgee you may think ohh just another town but you really need to look closer.

Mudgee has alot of ammenities that cities have.

Car Yards.
IT Services.
Schools both public and private.
Good employment prospects for the people that wish to be employed
Pubs, Clubs.
Plenty Of Cafes.
Great Food And Great Drinking. Local Made Beer and Local Made Wine.
Fast Food.
Hospital
Doctor Surgeries
Private Fitness Trainers
Gym
Multiple Book stores
Local Pool
Local Library
Great Sporting Oppurtunities
No Traffic Lights at the moment!!

Downsides
Parking.
Busy Main St.

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"Mudgee - Place for fine wine and gourmet food."

Located in the Cudgeong Valley about 282 kms west of Sydney is Mudgee. Mudgee is a farming area and is well known for its wine. Under a four hour drive from Sydney it is a favourite long weekend haunt for people looking to get away from the city without the crowds of the coastal regions. There are some very old and interesting buildings to see in the town as well as the Mudgee Railway Station. The Mudgee taste Trail and gourmet trail gives you the opportunity to taste some of the local produces and taste some great wines and the cellar door outlets. Munghorn gap Nature Reserve is ideal for bushwalking and bird watching. Mudgee offer old style hospitality in the many accommodation choices on offer with great restaurants and eateries.

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