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Scone, Hunter Valley Region, NSW - Holiday Activities, Tours, Attractions, Entertainment, Guides - Where to Go, What to See and Do

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Scone, located 25 km north of Muswellbrook and 280 km north of Sydney, is known as the `The Horse Capital of Australia with many famous studs in the area. Scone is the service centre of a rich agricultural, pastoral, cattle and horse breeding and dairying area. Scone is also an important for its horse and cattle studs that attract buyers from all over the world. The 10 day Scone Horse Festival in May is a major event that includes: a rodeo, stock sales, street parades, race meetings, an airshow, and entertainment. The Hunter Horse Expo is also held in September-October. Scone has a wide range of attractions including: # Barrington Tops National Park # Lake Glenbawn # Burning Mountain Nature Reserve # Visit a horse stud (by appointment only) # Enjoy a fascinating tour of the Australian Stock Horse Museum # Taste some of the magnificent local wines at the Tourist Information Centre and at the many wineries with cellar door sales and tastings # Enjoy country racing at The Scone Cup.

Enjoy tasting magnificent wines in the Hunter Valley Region in the various sub-regions and districts: Broke Fordwich ; Pokolbin ; Lovedale ; Upper Hunter ; Lower Hunter ; Mount View ; Wollombi ; Cedar Creek ; Denman ; Sandy Hollow ; Muswellbrook ; Stroud ; Scone ; Jerrys Plains ; Newcastle ; Dungog ; Maitland ; Kurri Kurri ; Cessnock ; Singleton.

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