Wollombi is a small village in the Hunter Region of New South Wales.
Quality resorts and motels, self contained units, apartments, flats, holiday homes, caravan parks, bed and breakfast establishments and backpacker hostels to suit all visitors.
Wollombi is the gateway to Hunter Valley Wine Country. Well preserved Aboriginal engravings can be seen in a few locations. Many sections of the Convict Trail can be walked or accessed by car, and the Wollombi Village Historical Walk takes in the many pre-1860s buildings in the village, including the Endeavour Museum.
Nature-lovers are also well catered for. Explore the Yengo National Park and Watagans, which offer bushwalks of all lengths and difficulty, as well as the spectacular view from Finchley Trig. Or take the time to observe the many species of birds, grazing wallaroos and wallabies at dusk or wombats to night, to mention a few of the native locals.
Of course there is always the Wollombi Valley Wine Trail to explore. The vineyards and wineries of the Valley are small, boutique operations run by owner operators. The grapes are picked by hand and the wines are largely hand-made in small quantities. Fine wines have been produced in the region since the 1850′s.