5 Must-Do Annual Events in Mudgee
One of the best things about the Mudgee Region is the abundance of festivals and events to attend!
Below are five must-do Mudgee events for lovers of wine, food, reading, art and the great outdoors.
For a full list of Mudgee events click here.
Flavours of Mudgee
Held in the heart of Mudgee’s CBD, ‘Flavours of Mudgee’ brings the town alive with this street festival. All of the region’s winegrowers, producers, bakers, cooks, distillers and brewers join together offering tastings and meals with a backdrop of Mudgee’s historic buildings and famous Clock Tower. Seriously good fun, for the entire family.
Black Tie @ Burnbrae
Leave no food untouched, leave no wine unopened, leave no shoe undanced… Blacktie @ Burnbrae is a night of cracking wines + beer, food to die for, the funkiest band in Australia and memories that will last a lifetime!
Mudgee Readers’ Festival
The Mudgee Readers’ Festival exists to share the joy of reading with our vibrant community. Featuring best-selling authors such as Rosalie Ham, Clare Wright, Benjamin Law, Sally Hepworth, and Michael Robotham, this annual festival combines mudgee wine, local food and books in the best way possible!
Sculptures In The Garden
Sculptures in the Garden is an annual two-day sculpture exhibition drawing established and emerging sculptors from across NSW and beyond. Wander through Rosby’s breathtaking gardens, sample boutique Mudgee wine + regional produce, take in the breathtaking views of the vineyard and countryside surrounds and enjoy the breadth of talent showcased in this expertly curated outdoor exhibition.
All proceeds from the weekends exhibition go towards a local arts initiative to create a public art sculpture walk in Mudgee’s Lawson Park with gate and catering revenue going to the Mudgee Support Group of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Mudgee Running Festival
Perfect for both first time runners and marathoners, the Mudgee Running Festival offers four race distances to suit everyone! 5km Fun Run/Walk, 10km Fun Run, Half-Marathon & Full Marathon.
The shorter courses take you through town where you can take in the scenic Lawson Park, Cudgegong River and scenic foothills, while the longer courses weave through the picturesque Mudgee valley; past vineyards, wineries and farmland.