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Hunter Valley Wine and Wildlife Reserve Tour from Sydney

From US$ 117.40
Highlights
  • Combine a Hunter Valley wine and food tour with Australian wildlife viewing
  • Learn from your guide about the area's history, wine, and food specialties
  • Maximize your time with a comprehensive tour that covers a lot of ground
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Hunter Valley Wine and Wildlife Reserve Tour from Sydney
From US$ 117.40
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Hunter Valley Wine and Wildlife Reserve Tour from Sydney
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Overview
Visit top food and wine destinations in the world-renowned Hunter Valley on a full-day tour from Sydney. Stop into boutique wineries, a craft brewery, and specialty shops for tastings of locally made products like chocolate, cheese, olive oil, wine, beer, and gelato. You also see native Australian wildlife like kangaroos and koalas on a tour that is hassle-free thanks to your guide, who handles all the driving and details.
What to Expect

Get an early start to meet your guide and small group at the centrally located starting point, where you board your air-conditioned minibus.

On the way to Hunter Valley, stop at the Walkabout Wildlife Park to view native Australian critters such as kangaroos and koalas up close, then snack on morning tea. Continue to the Hunter Valley Chocolate Company’s factory for decadent chocolate and fudge samples.

Upon arrival in the Hunter Valley, stop at Roche Estate, known for award-winning wines, food, and concerts. Your first wine tasting takes place at the vineyard, followed by an on-site cheese tasting. Have time to purchase lunch at your choice of several Roche Estate eateries. 

Head to another winery for a second tasting, then sip craft beers at Potters Brewery. After an indulgent day, your Hunter Valley tour ends upon return to Sydney.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kangaroo's, Chocolate, Cheese, Beer & Wine.. Yes Please!

I was in Sydney with work for 2 weeks and came across Sam's tour while looking for a way to spend a day at the weekend. I was a bit apprehensive about joining the tour as a solo traveller as I had never gone on...More

Thank AdvisorJamie
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
No regrets. Had a good and safe time with Kangariffic!

Overall this was a good trip which was well-paced. We were brought to two vineyards, a chocolate and cheese stop, a wildlife park and finally a brewery. Lunch was not provided and was served (you get to choose from a pretty good menu) at the...More

1  Thank Frances D
Mundaka7, Manager at Kangarrific Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hi Frances, thanks for taking the time to review and I'm happy you enjoyed yourself. I just thought I'd point out though that the Hunter is known for it's soft cheeses like the various feta's you tried. Feta is very much a cheese, and the...More

Reviewed 7 May 2018
Great visit to the hunter valley!

Great tour. Sam was a great guide and kept us entertained during the trip with fun and insightful comments about Australia and the area we were visiting. Although it is a reasonably long drive to the Hunter Valley (~2 hours), there are plenty of stops...More

Thank Jaime F
Reviewed 3 May 2018
Unforgettable and well planned!

My husband and I went on this tour in February and had such an amazing time! Our tour guide Sam was perfect! He had a really cool playlist in the van for the long car rides and managed to entertain us during the long drives...More

1  Thank calfonso14
Reviewed 28 April 2018
Great tour - definitely recommend

The tour was a great way to see the Hunter Valley. You go to some lovely vineyards, and it's a good way to see some of the traditional Aussie wildlife too. We liked that it was part of a small tour, and Sam was a...More

Thank Toa5t
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21 April 2018|
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Response from Elaine308272 | Reviewed this property |
It really is for adults but on our tour there were two very well behaved children under 12. Depending on their age, your children might be bored while the adults sit around sampling wine.
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