Walking tracks and local views

A relaxing escape to the country with nature walks and trails for all of the family to enjoy!

checking in

Get to Maitland with the kids in tow and check yourselves into the Hunter River Retreat for the weekend.

Take the first night to settle into your accommodation and explore their bushwalking trails. This is the perfect opportunity to hike up their mountain for a beautiful sunset picnic.

Don’t forget to say hello to the highlander cows and resident horse on the property!

Morpeth Museum

Walking adventures

Head to Maitland Park for the kids to enjoy the impressive play equipment as well as a great walk along the boundary of the area. Pass by the playground, pool, and sports fields as you go!

Enjoy a walk through East Maitland where the kids are still welcome to bring their bikes along where you can learn some history along the way utiling the East Maitland Heritage Walk map. You will tour past 28 buildings and sites on the walk including Maitland Gaol and St. Peter’s Church of England.

Explore Morpeth and its historical roots through the self guided Morpeth Heritage Walk. The kids are sure to enjoy helping to find the markers along the way which share intriguing stories and history of buildings.

time to refuel?

Ready to find some places to eat where the kids will enjoy as much as you? Maitland has you covered!

Lavenders Café is sure to delight with a menu with suitable options for both adults and children alike. Enjoy your meal and coffee or milkshake whilst taking in the picturesque view of the Hunter River.

During your exploration of East Maitland, stop into The Bank Hotel for dinner. Check out their family beer garden that includes an outdoor play area that can keep the kids entertained while you enjoy your meal.

After something that the kids will love before heading home? Head to Cupz N’ Crepes in Morpeth to finish the trip on a high! Here you can experience their sweet or savoury crepes or waffles. 


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