While the Hunter Valley area in the Australian state of New South Wales might sound new to the more casual travellers, it is quickly getting attention. In fact, it has become a favourite place of many newlyweds looking for an exciting place for their honeymoon. Read on to know the things that you and your spouse can try when visiting the place.
Visit the Mistletoe Sculpture Garden and Pokolbin Gallery
The Mistletoe Wine Cellars is one of the many wineries that dot the Hunter Valley region. While it is famous for the fine wines that come out of its vineyards, Mistletoe has another attraction that you and your partner will want to take a look at the moment you arrive: the Sculpture Garden. What’s great about this that the works are regularly changing, so you can expect something new the next time you visit. The Pokolbin Gallery, meanwhile, has many artworks made by local artists that you will like.
Check the Tulloch Wines winery
Established in 1895, Tulloch Wines is one of the oldest wineries in the region and is another great stop for newlyweds. The winery produces exquisite wines from some of the moist well-known Hunter Valley varieties like Semillon, Chardonnay, Verdelho, and Shiraz. You will definitely love the free tasting opportunities offered by the place, plus the great tour.
Enjoy cheese at the Hunter Valley Cheese Company
While this might look like an odd place to head to for couple, the Hunter Valley Cheese Company actually offers a unique experience. Not only will you get to taste some of the fine products they offer, but also get to see how these are made. They shop even has a variety of cheese-related souvenirs that both of you and your partner will love.
See Hunter Valley from up a hot air balloon
The region is definitely beautiful up close, but if you want to see its true majesty, then you would want to view it from above. Fortunately, there are many balloon flights offered around in Hunter Valley. It’s not just Hunter Valley that you get to see, as you can also enjoy stunning views of the wonderful New South Wales countryside.
Once you come down, there are a lot more to see in the area. These activities can make your honeymoon more exciting – enjoying all the wonderful places.