Where to stay near Hunter Valley?

Our 2019 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 617 holiday rentals near Hunter Valley. From 342 Houses to 102 Bungalows, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Hunter Valley for a long holiday or a weekend break is on HomeAway.

What are the most popular destinations to visit in Hunter Valley?

There are many lovely places to stay for a long holiday or just a weekend break in Hunter Valley. From HomeAway travellers, the popular destinations to visit are:

  • Central Coast: 1,925 holiday rentals
  • Blue Mountains: 974 holiday rentals
  • North Coast: 3,139 holiday rentals
  • Newcastle: 120 holiday rentals
  • Lake Macquarie: 360 holiday rentals

HomeAway offers you the possibility to discover many other popular destinations in Hunter Valley! Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available in other popular destinations.

What are the main cities to discover in Hunter Valley?

Whether you are travelling solo or with family and friends, here are the cities in Hunter Valley with the largest selection of holiday rentals for a perfect city break:

  • Central Coast: 1,925 holiday homes
  • Newcastle: 120 holiday homes
  • Pokolbin: 456 holiday homes
  • Caves Beach: 211 holiday homes
  • Swansea: 221 holiday homes

For other cities, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday homes available.

Can I find easy access holiday homes when travelling by plane to Hunter Valley?

Yes of course. Our owners offer a large selection of holiday homes near to airports. Airports with a large selection of rentals in Hunter Valley are:

  • Belmont Airport (BEO): 405 holiday houses
  • Cessnock Airport (CES): 509 holiday houses
  • Newcastle Airport (NTL): 761 holiday houses

For other airports, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

Veni, vidi, viticulture – wineries and more in Hunter Valley

Grab a glass, pop the cork and take a good, long drink of the Hunter Valley. Located north of Sydney's bustling cultural centre, the scenic region has been a major winemaking hub since the early 19th century, and it's home to countless wineries and plenty of upscale dining. The Hunter River is a popular destination for waterfront recreation, and the area's numerous national parks offer lots of hiking trails and scenic views. Hunter Valley vacation rentals are a great way to explore 1 of Australia's most charming natural landscapes.

Que shiraz shiraz – having a wine time in Hunter Valley

Whether you're sipping, swirling, pairing or learning how its made, the name of the game in the Hunter Valley is wine. There are numerous wineries in the region, and many offer restaurants, tasting rooms or guided tours of their winemaking facilities. Once you've sampled the region's viticultural wares, you can explore the national parks throughout the region, where you'll find hiking trails, campsites and scenic views of the Great Dividing Range. Waterfront activities and river cruises on the Hunter River are popular, and you can find several sandy beaches on the Tasman Sea around Newcastle.

High times and high culture around Hunter Valley

After you've explored the various wineries of the Hunter Valley, it's time to hit up some of the area's killer national parks. Yengo National Park is a good place to start, offering more than 154,000 hectares of protected wilderness in the Great Dividing Range. Further east, you can explore the cultural offerings in metropolitan Newcastle. Here, visitors of all ages can check out science and technology exhibits at the Newcastle Museum. Or you can take a guided tour of the nearby Fort Scratchley, a 19th-century fortress that also houses a history museum.

Wine weather – rain and shine in Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley has a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers, cool winters and regular rainfall throughout the year. Average summer temperatures peak around 30 degrees in January, and the months between November and April are usually the wettest of the year. Winters are cooler, with average temperatures between 5 and 18 degrees in June, July and August. Summer is the busiest season in the area, and you'll usually have the best luck snagging low rates on Hunter Valley vacation rentals during the cooler, slower winter months.

A river runs through it in waterfront Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley is a broad river basin that stretches several kilometres inland from the coast, in the low-lying area along the Hunter River. The valley itself is made up of rolling hillsides dotted with farms and vineyards; it's surrounded by relatively low mountains, with the peaks of the Great Dividing Range lying further to the west. Closer to the mouth of the Hunter River, you can find wetlands and estuaries, as well as plenty of sandy beaches along the coast of the Tasman Sea. River, mountain or valley views make killer backdrops for loads of Hunter Valley vacation rentals.