Maitland, Hunter Valley
The City of Maitland covers 396 square kilometres stretching from Woodberry in the east to Tocal in the north, Gillieston Heights to the south and Lochinvar to the west. Maitland has a picturesque riverine landscape with numerous well preserved historic buildings, testament to the wealth of the City during its early years of development.
Not only rich in history Maitland is plentiful in its selection of fine food, wine and produce and accommodation to ensure you have an enjoyable stay.
Whether an organic offering from the stock of roadside farmers stalls, a la carte at one of the finest restaurants within the region, or anything between, there is sure to be something to delight the senses. Visit family owned and operated wineries and sample a splendid drop or two – some quite unique to the area including delicious fruit wines.
The area is to host to some unique accommodation facilities, including romantic guesthouses, contemporary and historic B&Bs, farmstays, country retreats, apartments, motels and a number of excellent pubstays.
Further information is available through the Maitland Visitor Information Centre, Cnr New England Highway and High Street Maitland. t: 4931 2800 or e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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||January Max – 30.7 January Min – 17.6
||July Max – 16.5 July Min – 5.8