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Destination: Hunter Valley
Things to do in and around the Hunter Valley
As one of Australia’s most visited wine regions, the Hunter Valley is a popular destination for wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts. However, you don’t need to be a wine connoisseur to enjoy the Hunter Valley. With more than 150 wineries, vineyards and cellar doors, as well as 65 restaurants serving up exceptional local produce, the Hunter Valley region has something for everyone.
The Hunter Valley is a place to relax – but it’s not all about wine. Visitors can explore the Hunter Valley Gardens and Hunter Valley Zoo, wander boutique shops, art galleries and museums, or relax by visiting a day spa or playing a few rounds of golf.
The charms of the Hunter Valley attract not just leisure visitors, but those travelling on business too. The Hunter Valley is a remarkably popular destination for conferences and events, and Accor has a number of excellent Hunter Valley conference venues perfect for business meetings, functions, events and team building.
About Accor Conference Venues around the Hunter Valley
Located in the heart of Pokolbin, The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley combines old-world elegance with modern sophistication. This 4.5 star hotel features 71 beautifully appointed rooms and suites, a variety of naturally lit, well presented function rooms, and a range of leisure facilities, including tennis courts, a basketball court, a pool and gym, a nearby 9-hole golf course, and 70 acres of manicured landscape gardens.
For visitors looking for Hunter Valley conference venues, Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens is located in the heart of the Hunter Valley, with wineries, restaurants and main Hunter Valley attractions within walking distance. Offering 4.5 star accommodation and the potential for exclusive property use, the resort features 72 guest rooms overlooking hotel gardens and the Hunter Valley, as well as ten versatile event spaces catering for up to 350 people. Leisure facilities include tennis courts, a swimming pool, sauna and spa, muso’s corner and the Lodge library, complete with pool table and record player.
Contemporary and stylish in design, Grand Mercure Apartments, The Vintage Hunter Valley combines the privacy of apartment accommodation with the service and facilities of a resort. Featuring a variety of well-appointed 4.5 star apartments, the resort also has several excellent meeting rooms, a pool and fitness centre, dining facilities at the nearby Vintage Clubhouse, and an adjacent 18-hole championship golf course.
For visitors looking for Greater Sydney conference venues close to the Hunter Valley, Novotel Newcastle Beach offers superb conferencing and event facilities. Close to the Hunter Valley wine region, Mercure Maitland Monte Pio has a range of leisure and event facilities, including a swimming pool, and conference facilities catering for up to 200 people.
Located in the heart of Newcastle’s vibrant beachside precinct, Novotel Newcastle Beach is surrounded by stylish cafés, restaurants, bars and shops. The hotel features 88 contemporary guest rooms, many with ocean views, a range of naturally lit, well-equipped function rooms, a restaurant and bar with indoor and outdoor dining, and a gym, spa and steam room.