Relaxing Mudgee Accommodation
The history of Wilgowrah dates back to the early 1800’s when explorer, William Lawson, set out to traverse the Blue Mountains alongside Gregory Blaxland and William Wentworth.
After discovering and following the Cudgegong River, Lawson found his way to Mudgee where he began taking up large tracts of land including establishing what is now known as Wilgowrah.
Today, the 480-acre property is owned by Mudgee farmers, Rick & Steph Gordon, who produce prime grass-fed beef and hay using sustainable farming practices as well as tend to their three short-stay accommodations.
Located just 5 km from Mudgee’s town centre, cellar doors, restaurants, cafes, pubs and shopping; tour operators and taxis are more than happy to pick you up and drop you back at your accommodation.
Prefer to stay in?
With Mount Buckaroo as a backdrop and the picturesque Lawsons Creek meandering through the property, guests can walk or jog on the farm tracks whilst taking in the breathtaking views over the Mudgee Valley and spotting local wildlife.
About the Mudgee Region
Located just 3.5 hours from Sydney, the Mudgee Region has long been synonymous with boutique wine. Today, visitors are flocking to the region to try our award-winning farm to table food, set-off on a scenic bush walk or attend one of our many annual events.
Meet Your Hosts
Rick & Steph
“Hello! We’re Rick and Steph Gordon and we aim to make your stay at Wilgowrah relaxing, unique and memorable. Apart from managing our farm and accommodations, we enjoy traveling, beach holidays and of course: great food, wine and coffee.”