Plan The Ultimate Active Retirees Wine Tour Getaway At Hunter Valley
Updated: Sep 21
You’ve worked and saved your whole life for retirement. Now that it’s here, you want to make the best of every day and think of ways to stimulate your mind, exercise and be around like-minded people. You’re young at heart, still active and eager to discover unknown places, so what better way than to book shared or private wine tours in Hunter Valley?
The Benefits Of Senior Travel
It’s been said that to travel is to live. The merits of this quote and the benefits of travel are well researched. When you travel, you step out of your comfort zone, which makes you more responsible and gives you a feeling of freedom. Exploring a new place establishes new friendships and relationships. New experiences and activities challenge the brain and exercise the body. Studies show that women who take vacations at least twice a year experience less stress and keep depression at bay, and men are less likely to suffer or die from heart disease.
Why Choose Hunter’s Valley For Your Ideal Retiree Getaway?
Easy to reach destination - It’s easy to reach Hunter Valley along the M1 from Sydney by car or tour bus. Rail transportation is also available. Flights from Melbourne and Brisbane frequently run to Newcastle Airport. Shuttle buses and door-to-door facilities are also available.
Exciting culinary experience - Enjoy seasonal Hunter Valley produce in the region’s best restaurants. From country steakhouses to fine dining experiences, you’ll have plenty to choose from and always be full.
Fantastic wines - Enjoy wine tasting in award-winning cellars and tour the facilities and vineyards.
World-class golfing and spa facilities - Exceptionally designed golf courses, such as the 18 holes Crowne Plaza Golf Course, are surrounded by majestic mountains and vast vineyards. You’ll also find havens of relaxation with day spas and holistic wellness retreats.
Amazing culture and heritage - Follow breathtaking walking trails past historic buildings and ancient Aboriginal art. The short Finchley Cultural Walk through the Yengo National Park is one of the best Aboriginal sites in Australia. The region also offers museums, and you can view plenty of local artists' work in boutique galleries.
Stunning garden tours, park trails and beach visits - The Hunter Region boasts award-winning gardens with perfectly manicured and landscaped grounds. Discover 10 feature gardens in Hunter Valley Gardens and be amazed at its lakes and waterfalls. There are also nature trails that showcase an ever-changing landscape along our forests and beaches.
The thought of planning a getaway may seem overwhelming at first thought. But at Hunter Valley Winery Tours, our expert booking agents take care of all the mental load. Call us today and tell us about your preferences, dates and budget. We’ll curate your perfect and hassle-free shared or private wine tours in Hunter Valley.