Branxton Heritage Walk

Join our convivial guide Huck Campbell for our first heritage walk in the small Hunter Valley town of Branxton. Refreshments included.

Founded in 1848, Branxton retains vestiges of its important early history of viticulture, agriculture and mining. Three hotels remain which includes the old Branxton Inn; significant church properties with a unique Horbury Hunt bell tower and a Frederick Menkens designed former convent; a James Barnet designed courthouse in the old legal precinct; and an historic high street shopping precinct.

Following the walk, and a drive to the perimeter of the town to see and hear about Branxton’s important railway station and Catholic church and school precinct, we will be refreshed with a delicious afternoon tea at a local home.

All proceeds go to the ongoing maintenance of the 1870s Grossmann and Brough Houses.


Image: St John the Divine Anglican Church, Branxton. Photo Carlene McLean


Event details

Tour runs from 2pm – 5pm on Saturday 11 November 2023.


How to book your tickets

Tickets: National Trust members $25, concession $25, adults $28 + booking fees.

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Plan your Visit

Branxton Heritage Walk


Meet on the corner of Maitland Street and Cessnock Road, Branxton, NSW 2335

Contact Holly McNamee on 0418831599.