Discovering Mudgee, a multigenerational trip down memory lane

Shevonne's son at a park in Mudgee where she played as a child

Shevonne's son at a park in Mudgee where she played as a child

Mudgee is a town of roughly 11,000 people in the Central West of NSW, three and a half hours North West of Sydney where we live. These days it’s known as a hub for good food and wine, but when I was young it was better known as a farming town.

I have memories of hot summers, Pop snoring out the back during his afternoon kip and Nanna’s delicious fig jam with chunks of fruit. I remember the town had a sleepy stillness when we rode our bikes down to the park or explored the local shops.

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