Kurri Kurri is the eastern gateway to Hunter Valley Wine Country.
Located between the cities of Cessnock and Maitland, Kurri Kurri is a 90 minute drive from Sydney and just 15km from the northern end of the F3 Freeway.
Kurri Kurri and surrounding districts are rich in coal mining history. The home of and the Sir Edgeworth David Memorial Museum, Kurri Kurri is a country town of unique heritage ambience with streets and hotels built at the turn of the century.
The towns mural project depicts many scenes of cultural and heritage importance to Kurri Kurri and district.
Kurri Kurri is home to one of the last drive in theatres in New South Wales and the newest aquatic centre in the Hunter region.
Hunter Valley Expressway
The Hunter expressway will be completed in 2013.
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The Kurri Motor Inn, with its central location is the ideal place to base
your Hunter holiday.
Richmond Vale Railway Museum
Experience free steam train rides.
Hope Estate Vineyard
19,000 capacity outdoor amphitheatre holds many exciting events.
Heddon Greta Drive In Theatre
The last drive in theatres in New South Wales
Hunter Valley Gardens
Largest privately owned gardens in Australia
Experience life behind bars.
Walka Water Works
A popular picnic and recreation area.
Maitland City Art Gallery
Art Gallery and shop.
Home to many cafes, galleries and craft stores.
Take a ride in a hot air balloon.
Take a gentle cruise over the beautiful Hunter Valley or experience the ultimate in aerobatics.
Scenic helicopter tours
See Australia's premier vineyards
from the sky.
Kick your heels up to a live bush band.
Set in two acres of grounds with picnic facilities,
A showcase of Australian Fighter and aircraft related history.
Experience life on a real farm.