RYLSTONE HAS IT ALL
Enjoy the famous Yum Cha, visit our local wineries for some of the finest wine in Australia, or taste some of the best olive oils in the world. Dine at our cafes and catch up with mates at our local pubs and clubs.
Don't forget to wander about the marketplaces and unique shops offering something for everyone all right here in Rylstone.
One stay at Ridgewood Rylstone will leave you saying 'we can't wait to come back..!'
De Beaurepaire. From the first vine planting in 1998 this family owned and run vineyard has grown into a renowned multi-generational boutique producer of French-style wines. Home of Winestate Magazine’s 2018 Australian Wine of the Year, we are located on the hills above the historic village of Rylstone, an area we were drawn to for its similarity to the Burgundian terroir of our heritage.
Naked Lady Wines. The name comes from the Amaryllis belladonna flower, known as Naked Ladies or Belladonnas. The vinyard was named after the Naked Lady Lily which grows abundantly throughout the vineyard.
The vineyard's vines were planted in 2000, The Cabernet and Chardonnay ideal for our cool climate. Mike and Diane Quaife purchased the vineyard in 2013 to complete their dream of owning and producing their own wine.
Rylstone has an abundance of options to temp your tastebuds when it comes to fine foods and quick eats. From Cafes to Pub and Club meals to our famous Yum Cha restaurant as seen on the TV show 'Getaway' and Pepinos an authentic Mexican Restaurant. Rylstone has something delicious to please everyone.
Stroll along Rylstone’s main street admiring its sandstone buildings and allowing lots of time to call into its assortment of pubs, restaurants and cafes. Local markets held monthly. A great way to discover the colonial treasures of one of the oldest villages west of the Great Dividing Range is on the self-guided Rylstone Heritage Walk.
Framed between the slow-moving Cudgegon River and the UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park, the heritage village of Rylstone in the Mudgee region of NSW looks like it belongs in the movies.
Nearby is the Wollemi National Park, a beautiful setting for scenic walks, swimming, canoeing and camping. Go fishing at the picturesque Dunns Swamp campground or you can hire kayaks and explore the quiet waters of the Cudgegong River.