Peace of mind
- Day 1-3Capella SydneyWelcome to Sydney!
Arrive in Sydney and check-in to the city’s newest luxury hotel – Capella Sydney.
If it’s your first time in the city, spend a couple of days exploring the essential sights, such as the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and the Botanic Gardens.
If you’re here on a weekend, you want want to miss exploring the Paddington Markets, which offers a range of locally made crafts, clothing, and jewelry. Other weekend markets include Rocks Markets and Carriageworks Farmers’ Market, which offers a range of fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, and baked goods.
Take a stroll along the famous Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk with breathtaking views of the ocean and several beaches along the way.
At night, we’ll arrange for the best bars and restaurants so you’ll never run out of options.
- Day 4-6Byng Street Boutique HotelSydney-Orange
After breakfast, take a scenic drive to the town of Orange, known for its cool climate wines and gourmet food scene. It’s New South Wales hottest dining scene right now and you’ll enjoy the best the town has to offer.
With its volcanic soils, Mt Canobolas provides the perfect environment for grapes to thrive. Numerous cellar doors, boasting stunning views, are nestled at the foot of the mountain.
Visit the Printhie Wines and indulge in their impeccable wines crafted through cool climate techniques and elevated vineyards, set amidst the picturesque countryside. The vineyards have been thoughtfully chosen for their site, aspect, and elevation, with the highest vineyard in Australia at 1,070 metres. Taste the award-winning wines in the state-of-the-art cellar door, or have a degustation lunch at Printhie Dining while overlooking the valley below. You can also go beyond the cellar door and explore the intimate journeys of discovery to uncover the story behind the wines.
Join a private guided food and wine tour with friendly knowledgeable guides who will tailor the tour to your preferences. You can meet passionate growers and learn about their farming practices or visit a local vineyard to sample some local wine.
- Day 7-9Sierra EscapeMudgee
After breakfast, continue on to town of Mudgee, which is known for its historic architecture, charming cafes, and boutique wineries.
Mudgee is also renowned for its wine production. The region boasts skilled chefs, top-quality artisanal produce, and exceptional accommodations, all complementing its outstanding wine culture. The picturesque scenery, lush green countryside, and welcoming locals add to the charm of the region, making it a desirable destination that will leave visitors wanting more.
Located just 20 minutes outside the historic town of Mudgee in New South Wales, Sierra Escape Piambong is a hidden gem that offers an unforgettable glamping experience. This luxurious retreat is situated on 280 acres of stunning Australian bushland and provides guests with the perfect opportunity to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Each of the four eco-friendly tents is thoughtfully designed with modern furnishings and amenities, ensuring a comfortable stay in the midst of nature. With breathtaking views, abundant wildlife, and a range of outdoor activities, Sierra Escape Piambong is the ultimate destination for a peaceful and rejuvenating getaway.
If you’re here on a Saturday night, you’ll be treated to a very special degustation dinner where you can will experience the beauty of Australian native foods, botanicals, culture and traditions. You’ll also be mesmerized by authentic cultural entertainment, musical and cultural storytelling, and the extensive knowledge of Aboriginal culture and food.
On the last day, check-out of your accommodation and drive to Sydney Airport. Return your rental car before checking in for your flight.
Photo Credits: Destination NSW & Cameron D’arcy
- UNIQ Booklet including daily itinerary and recommendations for attractions, dining and shopping