town in New South Wales, Australia

Kurri Kurri is in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, and can be considered the mural capital of Australia due to the sheer amount of murals.


A former coal mining town, now pretty much reliant on the wine industry of the Hunter Valley.

Get inEdit

By carEdit

When going on the M15 Hunter Expressway, exit onto B67 and turn left, then continue for about a kilometre or two and you'd be there.

By train and busEdit

Take the Hunter Line to High Street Station, then take the 161 bus line to Kurri Kurri.

Get aroundEdit


  • Murals. There are 55 murals around the time illustrating events from the regions history




  • 1 Happi Chicken, 200 Barton St. M-F noon-8PM.


  • 1 Chelmsford Hotel (locally known as the "Chelly"), 126 Lang St, +61 2 4937 1064. This historic hotel has the charm and character of a stereotypical Australian pub.


  • 1 Kurri Motor Inn, 313 Lang St, +61 2 4937 2222. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 10AM.


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