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The Ultimate Rural Package

1565 Henry Lawson Drive, St Fillans NSW 2850

This stunning rural property is truly something special.





This stunning rural property is truly something special. Equipped with 2 gorgeous homes, ample shedding, abundant water sources and is in an esteemed location between Mudgee & Gulgong.

House 1:
- 5 bedrooms all with built in storage
- Master bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe
- Family bathroom with tub, separate toilet and dual vanity
- Air conditioning, ceiling fans, wood heating
- Multiple living zones including large outdoor entertaining/bbq area
- Triple bay shed with carport
- 4.8KW solar system with 12 panels
House 2:
- 3 bedrooms, builts in wardrobes, walk in robe to the master
- Ensuite bathroom as well as family bathroom
- Air conditioning and ceiling fans
- Lovely open plan living flowing to huge outdoor living
- 4 bay lock up shed
- 6.5KW solar system with 16 panels
- Approx 37 acres of arable flat land
- Slight elevation giving beautiful district views
- Tar road frontage, 15km North of Mudgee, power connected, school bus pick up
- Dam, equipped bore, 6 water tanks, horse stables, fruit trees

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About The Region

The Mudgee Region is located in the Central Tablelands of NSW, just over 3 hours from Sydney. The Region has a dynamic and friendly community along with a strong and diverse economic base, providing opportunities for future business development and growth. The Region also attracts over 691,000 visitors each year to experience the local wine, food, sporting and cultural events.


25, 713 as at 2022

(Source: Mid Western Regional Council)


8,752.3 square kilometeres

Major Towns and Centres
  • Mudgee
  • Gulgong
  • Kandos
  • Rylstone
Major Industries
  • Mining
  • Agriculture (including Viticulture)
  • Construction
  • Retail
  • Tourism
Competitive Advantages
  • Diverse and growing economic base
  • Centrally located to Sydney and Newcastle and major regional centres in NSW
  • Strong transport links - daily air and coach services
  • Skilled workforce
  • Strong business services sector
  • Great lifestyle benefits
  • Thriving tourism, arts and cultural sectors
  • Adequate water supply
Mudgee region

Mudgee is the second oldest settlement west of the Blue Mountains, following Bathurst. We enjoy a township population of around 10,000 and a total regional population of 23,000.

Nestled in the beautiful hillsides on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range, known as the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, Mudgee is a comfortable three and a half hour drive beyond the Blue Mountains (260km) north west of Sydney or three hours from Newcastle.

A stylish village enclave that’s renowned for its wines, mines and honey in addition to its pub, café and shopping culture, Mudgee is emerging from these roots with a boutique distillery, local chocolatier and brewery adding to its tourist appeal.

Heritage architectural buildings and homes are scattered throughout the town and surrounds, giving Mudgee the allure of a bygone era with a central streetscape ideal for leisurely strolls.

Australian pub culture is prominent, locals and visitors alike can relax and enjoy beautiful live music in traditional country beer gardens or trendy pocket style wine bars.

Family and friends can put the daily grind aside and linger over a latte whilst wandering through the Farmer’s Markets, gathering fresh regional produce, perhaps for a picnic afternoon in one of the area’s stunning national parks.

Winery tours are exceptionally popular with tourists, visiting Mudgee’s many cellar doors which sell fine quality wines, artisan cheeses and much more. The region has grown into a thriving wine and food producing district. In the last few years, mining has again become a substantial industry player, particularly coal and there is a new influx of families relocating.

A strong percentage of “Tree Change” residents who traded city life for the joys of country living gives the Region’s culture a strong metropolitan flavour.

  • 3 Public High Schools
  • 8 Primary Schools
  • 1 K-6 Catholic School
  • 1 K-12 Catholic School
Daycare Centres
  • Puggles Child Care Centre
  • Mudgee Little Learners
  • Gowrie NSW Mudgee
  • Squeakers Long Daycare
  • Milestones Early Learning
  • Kiddie Academy
  • Happy Days Gulgong
  • 70 Sports Groups
  • 10 Gyms & Exercise facilities
  • 65 Interest Groups
  • 69 Parks across the region

Getting Here

The road trip

From Sydney:

around 3.5 hours along the Great Western Highway through the Blue Mountains, or follow the Bells Line of Road to Lithgow. The turn off for Mudgee is just past Lithgow (the last traffic lights you’ll see for a while), then look out for our billboard with exit instructions (2km). On your journey, be sure to plan enough time for a detour to explore the gorgeous heritage towns of Gulgong, Rylstone and Kandos.

From Newcastle:

take the famous Bylong Valley Way for a 4 hour drive via Maitland, Denman and Sandy Hollow. Turn at Sandy Hollow and explore the villages of Rylstone or Kandos before arriving in Mudgee. Alternatively, take the road via Merriwa and Ulan to Gulgong or Mudgee.

From Canberra:

5 hours via Yass, Cowra and Wellington or via Cowra and Bathurst or via The Tablelands Way through Goulburn, Crookwell and Oberon to Bathurst, then Wattle Flat, Sofala and Mudgee. The road is fully sealed, easy peasy.

From Wollongong:

around 4 hours along the Great Western Highway and Castlereagh Highway. Goodbye surf and sea, hello rolling hills and trees.

Be here in no time, take to the air

Sydney to Mudgee:

FlyPelican connects city-siders with a short 50 minute flight to Mudgee Region (allowing you more time on the ground to indulge), with departures available Monday to Friday and Sunday.

Newcastle to Mudgee (via Sydney):

1.5 hour flight via Sydney.

Region Economic and Business Report

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