Hunter Valley Wine Tours

Hunter Valley Wine Tours

Hunter Valley Wine Tours

Top 5 Places to Visit in the Hunter Valley Area.

  • Hunter Valley Gardens
  • Hope Estate
  • Roche Estate
  • Hunter Valley Chocolate Company
  • Pepper Tree Wines
  • Hunter Valley Distillery
  • Ivanhoe Wine Cellar Door
  • Mcguigan Wines
  • Hunter Valley Cheese Company
  • Hunter Valley Zoo

Questions frequently asked

How many wineries is an ideal number to visit per day?
Visiting three to five wineries per day is leisurely and allows you to do it at a relaxed pace.
How long should I spend at each winery?
While each winery visit is different, you can expect to be at each winery for around 30 – 45 minutes.
How big should my wine tour group be?
In our experience a group of 24 passengers or less is ideal. Any more passengers than 24 and it becomes hard for the venues to cater.
Should I book the wineries beforehand?
Yes, Most wineries require a reservation and to avoid disappointment we advise to pre book your day. This will allow you to have a more relaxed experience and avoid missing out.
Can we drink whilst on the vehicle?
We do not allow alcohol to be consumed whilst on the vehicle. However you are more than welcome to transport the alcohol with you.
What is the process of booking a wine tour with Buscharter.com.au
Once we have provided you with your wine tour quote. You are able to book online via our online booking system or you can contact our friendly team and we can book your quote in over the phone.

1 week prior to your journey our operations team will get in contact with you and ask for your itinerary. We will require your itinerary with estimated arrival and departure times for each location. We will then pass this onto our driver and this will ensure he is prepared for your journey.

Best time to visit the Hunter Valley area.
Hunter Valley is picturesque in any season and the best time to visit depends on your mood.

Summer is harvest time; expect warm temperatures and lots of activity in the wineries.

Autumn vine leaves turn a warm orange-red hue, celebrate the year’s harvest with the Hunter Valley Wine & Food Festival as well as the Lovedale Long Lunch in May.

Winter in wine country is a beautiful time of year with clear skies, mild temperatures by day and retreat to a cosy fireplace by night.

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