discover the region
Located in the heart of the New South Wales Central Tablelands, Hill End is surrounded by places to explore.
From world class wineries and fine foods of both the Mudgee and Orange districts, the majesty of the Blue Mountains, four wheel driving, camping, fishing, the world famous Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum or the excitment of Mount Panorama, the region has something for everyone.
With the first recorded winery in the region dating back to the middle of the 18th century Mudgee has a rich history in the production of wine.
Today with over 35 cellar doors around Mudgee displaying an excellent range of wines there is sure to be a wine to suit everone's taste.
If you enjoy 4WD adventuring then areas surrounding Hill End hold countless possibilities.
Start by taking the famous Bridle Track from Hill End down to the Turon River.
Further afield the 4wd choices are many and varied, from Sofala though to Lithgow, Windeyer through to Orange.
Fine Food in Orange
Home to some of the finest resturants in NSW Orange is known as the 'food basket of NSW'.
Since it's beginnings over twenty years ago the Orange F.O.O.D week has grown into one of the most popular regional food festivals.
Using Hill End as your base Orange is an easy drive for a day of adventure.
From the V8 Supercars to the incredible Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum Bathurst is a vibrant regional city full of excitment located under an hour from Hill End.
Stay in the village, take a day trip to Bathurst to explore the city and in the evening return to the peace and tranquility that is Hill End.
Fishing and Camping
Fishing and camping choices abound in the region.
Start by taking a drive down the Bridle Track to the Turon River. Many good fishing spots can be found along the river.
Day fishing trip options from Hill End include the amazing Dunns Swamp and Lake Burrendong
Hill End is surrounded by many nearby National Parks and natural reserves.
Explore the beautiful Gardens of Stone National Park, the incredible Wollemi National Park or head into the world famous Blue Mountains.
If it is camping, photography, hiking or just enjoying the natural environment the coices are many and all within easy reach of Hill End.