The Wanderlight Motor Inn is located in Mudgee, in the heart of Central NSW. We offer our guests accommodation in one of our 35 air conditioned units - with showers you can actually get wet in!

Our fully licensed restaurant and bar (the longest running in the area) provides a romantic, intimate setting with a menu that you can actually understand. We offer extensive choice in excellent food and great local wines.

And we are an easy 1½ block stroll to the centre of town and the local Club.

All our rooms have reverse cycle air-conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryers, toaster, mini bar, iron & ironing board, a fax/modem line, free AUSTAR and wireless broadband access.

Activities and facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • BBQ facilities
  • Dry cleaning / laundry service
  • Ice machine
  • Interconnecting rooms
  • On-site undercover parking
  • Outdoor pool - unheated
  • Restaurant/s
  • Room service - limited service
  • Self service laundry facilities

Business facilities

  • - Photocopying and fax service
  • - Dial up internet/fax/modem lines
  • - Wireless broadband internet service
  • - Wireless PCMCIA cards available

Location

107 Market Street, Mudgee 2850 NSW Australia, (150m west of PO)

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Rooms and rates

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Deluxe Room

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First floor unit; deluxe room, spacious, with reverse-cycle air-conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities, wireless Internet access, AUSTAR, mini bar, ensuite bathroom.

  • Air conditioning
  • Alarm clock
  • Broadband
  • Desk
  • Dial-up
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Mini bar
  • Non-smoking only
  • Opening windows
  • Radio
  • Refrigerator - bar size
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Shower
  • Tea/Coffee Making
  • TV
  • Wireless / WiFi
  • 1 queen and 1 single sofa bed

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Rates are for 2 people Extra adults AU$20.00. Extra children AU$15.00. The room caters for a maximum of 2 adults, and a maximum of 1 child but cannot exceed 3 guests in total.
Cancellation policy Minimum 24 Hours (1st night) Cancellations or changes to bookings for this room must be made at least 24 hours prior to the check in date and time or you will be charged the full amount of the first changed or cancelled night.
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Standard Room

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Standard room, ground floor, with reverse cycle air-conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities, wireless Internet access, AUSTAR, mini bar, ensuite bathroom with shower.

  • Air conditioning
  • Alarm clock
  • Broadband
  • Desk
  • Dial-up
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Mini bar
  • Non-smoking only
  • Opening windows
  • Radio
  • Refrigerator - bar size
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Shower
  • Tea/Coffee Making
  • TV
  • Wireless / WiFi
  • 1 queen and 1 single

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Book Standard Room AU$135 Sold125 125 125 SoldSold125 125 125 125 125 125 125 130
Next
Rates are for 2 people Extra adults AU$20.00. Extra children AU$15.00. The room caters for a maximum of 3 adults, and a maximum of 1 child but cannot exceed 3 guests in total.
Cancellation policy Minimum 24 Hours (1st night) Cancellations or changes to bookings for this room must be made at least 24 hours prior to the check in date and time or you will be charged the full amount of the first changed or cancelled night.

Additional information

Check In 1400hrs
Check Out 1000hrs
Getting There By Car: We are located in the centre of Mudgee, on Market Street. If arriving from the Lithgow/Sydney direction, follow the highway into town. Go straight ahead at the first roundabout, then turn right at the T-Intersection. Follow this street (Douro St) for 4 blocks, then turn left into Market St. We are located about 50m along on the left hand side.

If arriving from the Dubbo/Wellington/Gulgong direction, simply follow Market St right into town and we will be on your right hand side, across the road from the Court House.

If arriving from the Newcastle/Cassilis direction, follow the highway into town, across the bridge, go straight ahead at the first roundabout, then turn right into Market St at the clock tower roundabout. We are located another 2½ blocks along, on the left hand side.

Driving time: around 3.5 hrs from Sydney or Newcastle; around 1.5 hrs from Bathurst, Lithgow or Dubbo.
Parking Ample off street parking available.
Things To Do Mudgee - an aboriginal word meaning "Nest in the Hills" - is located in a picturesque valley. Surrounded by rolling hills, you will be awed by spectacular views no matter from which direction you are approching.

Mudgee was settled in the 1820s, making it the second oldest town west of the Great Dividing Range (and 12 years older than Melbourne). Mudgee town centre beautifully showcases a great many historic buildings, as do the surrounding towns and villages.

The Region is most famous for its excellent wines, with the first grape vines having been planted over 150 years ago. Mudgee was, in fact, the location of the first Australian plantings of both Chardonnay and Merlot. Although probably best known for its robust reds, the Mudgee Region now produces an extensive range of wine varieties, both red and white, as well as fortifieds, French, Italian & Spanish varietals. And with over 40 cellar doors, you are sure to discover your very own personal favourite. Mudgee wineries are boutique by nature and unique in style - most labels are not available through retail outlets, making your discovery even more exciting. And yes, there is a good chance you will even be able to meet the winemaker!

Apart from wine, there a countless other producers of gourmet foods, such as honey, mead, olives and oils, hazelnuts, tapenades, sauces, jams, relishes and mustards - the list goes on and on. There is something to tempt and satisfy every palate. And not to forget about the local cheese factory - enjoy tasting your way through the numerous varieties, before deciding which one to take home for further study.

With all this along with the many excellent cafes, art studios and galleries, which include exhibits ranging from ceramics through woodcraft and textiles to paintings, you will fill in your days easily.

Nearby Gulgong boomed in the late 1800s, after gold was discovered. It is well worth a visit, as the main streetscape is an excellent display of many heritage buildings from the gold rush times. In addition, there is the fascinating Pioneers Museum, which boasts over 1 acre of exhibits, as well as the Henry Lawson Centre, which showcases the history, life and times of the region's most famous resident. Gulgong is also home to some outstanding ceramic displays.

The Rylstone/Kandos area, located to the south-east of Mudgee and bordering on the famous Wollemi National Park, is renowned for its spectacular scenery and quality produce, including a growing wine and olive industry. It is also the gateway to the Wollemi National Park, with its camping and bushwalking site at Dunns Swamp, a beautiful wetland area perfect for taking a picnic, fishing or bird watching.

And if that's not enough to fill your time here, a leisurely day trip will take you to the historical gold villages of Hill End and Sofala, with spectacular views along the way. Or if you fancy a wildlife encounter instead, the Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo is only about 1½ hrs drive away.

The Mudgee Region - a great place to visit for a leisurely weekend or an activity filled holiday, the choice is yours. In either case, you're sure to experience "sensory perfection".
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