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Surrounded by hills of green and blue, it is situated 265 km north-west of Sydney, 470 m above sea-level and has a current population of around 8200.
The area is noted for its fine wool, beef, fat lambs, cereal crops, lucerne, vegetables, vineyards and honey.
When the railway arrived in 1884, it further boosted agricultural sales.
When the gold began to peter out late in the 19th century it was the strength of these staples which sustained the town.
One victim was 70-year-old Kiernan Fitzpatrick who was shot in front of his hut near Wollar, 48 km north-east of Mudgee. on Sundays and public holidays, tel: (02) 6372 1020.
Consequently, the Aborigines of Wollar were forcibly removed to the Brewarrina mission. Heritage Buildings The following walk is not identical to the town walk outlined in the information centre's 'Mudgee Walks' pamphlet.
Colonial Inn Museum Return to Market St and continue west.
Just past Cox St, to the right, is the Colonial Inn Museum, formerly the West End Hotel (erected in 1856 on land taken up by George Cox in 1822).
The Mudgee Wine Festival runs throughout September, the Mudgee Show in March and the Mudgee Small Farm Field Days in July at the Australian Rural Education Centre, 3 km north of Mudgee, off Henry Lawson Drive, near the airport. Market St On the eastern side of the information centre is the Classical Revival stuccoed-brick post office (1862).