Hope EstateCurrently Closed
- Address: 2213 Broke Rd, Pokolbin NSW 2320, Australia, Cessnock
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-249933555
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Estate, Food And Drinks, Entertainment, Tourist Center, Leisure, Family And Kids, Fine Dining
About Hope Estate, Cessnock
Hope Estate is an ideal place in the Hunter Valley Region for wine, dine and entertainment. Perhaps best known for their concerts, Hope Estate attracts hordes of visitors and music lovers from the region as far as Sydney. They also host popular events like the Oktoberfest and have started a musical festival called the Campfire, which attracts some of Australia’s best musicians.
The estate itself has a winery, a fine dining restaurant and large amphitheatre where it hosts its events.
Hope Estate Information
- No outside food and beverages are permitted.
- Be sure to wear comfortable flat shoes as most of the area has grass cover.
- Professional photography or videography is prohibited.
Hope Estate Ticket Prices
- They vary for concerts and events.
Hope Estate Opening and Closing Hours
- Gates open Hope Estate Concerts at 4:30 pm on the day of the show.
How To reach Hope Estate by Public Transport
- Contact Rover Coaches.
Restaurants Near Hope Estate
- Harvest Restaurant
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hope Estate
95% of people who visit Cessnock include Hope Estate in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
45.11% of people start their Hope Estate visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Hope Estate
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hope Estate
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Hope Estate, Cessnock Reviews
Hope was part of our wine tour. Beautiful views from the upper balconies. Also this is where The Farmer wants a Wife is partly made. We loved the beer paddle. Great atmosphere. Great tour
The pizza was greasy and tasteless. Toilet facilities were terrible, watered down soap and the paper towel was just a roll plonked on the bench in a pool of water. The toilets looked grimy. Very noisy, need a door between the brewery and the cellar door or at least some sound insulation. Beer was good but the overall experience was very disappointing.
Had a stop at this winery as part of Hunter Valley wine tour and was very happily surprised. The wines were the best of our stops, the presentation and explanation was interesting and informative. Then at the end of the wine tasting, they invited us down to the bar area where you cold choose other wines to tastr, or the also brew their own beer and could get a flight. The beer was fantastic. I tried most of the pale ale family and the DIPA was the winner. Was a great surprise to find a great craft brew at a wonderful vineyard. I wish I was local and could have enjoyed one of the amazing concerts they have thrown. Was really cool to enjoy my flight outside while watching kangaroos hop by. It gives me great HOPE in finding this multifronted location.
Went for the beer. Inside is dark, dull and uninviting. None of the tables were clean and we were the only customers at that time. Dark beers are great. Menu was uninspiring. Shame about the ambience. Do yourself a favour and go across the road to Blaxlands.
Midnight Oil VIP Package $400 a ticket should be used as a case study for the hospitality industry on what not to do. This was a complete breakdown in resource planning and management. To be sold as a cocktail premium event only to watch people fighting over food and the odd drink that was served was disgusting. We waited for drinks and eventually joined the queue to wait half an hour to be served by the lone person manning the table to then be told only one drink per person. So consequently what was supposed to be a pleasant event with my wife was spent with each of us taking turns in trying to acquire something to eat or drink. Then we went to see the concert to find we were seated at the back behind the light tower (apparently no seating map is provided when you book, so this becomes blind choice ) I have never attended an event that is so poorly organised combined with a total lack of quality in service, food , venue and consequently will never attend a concert at this venue again or buy the products on offer. Save your money and see the band of your choice at any other venue than this one. Response from Reviewer Denial , just not a river in Egypt it seems that you have case of the trumps in which everyone else is wrong. By the amount of negative reviews here you are obviously not listening to your patrons or don't care or both. Like everyone else in the last 12 months I felt compelled to write a review as the experience your business offers is so terrible and causes great pain. You would do better to not blame others for your failings and address the many criticisms made by other reviewers. If the experience was great we would write and say how outstanding it is. I did not witness any bad behaviour by patrons or anyone being escorted off the premises, what I witnessed was people starving and bereft of any service, which they had paid a hefty sum for. Your response is disingenuous and I remain committed to not attending any event that is promoted by Hope Estate as i would never want risk repeating the same experience.
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