Indulge and fill up on endless chocolate treats in between your winery hopping experience!

The Hunter Valley is renowned for its cultural offerings of delicious local wine and seasonal produce, but there are also plenty of treats to indulge your sweet tooth with as well, and the best place to start is the Hunter Valley Chocolate Factory.Today, the Hunter Valley Chocolate Factory is renowned for its high quality produce and its innovative steps in the chocolate making world. It has brought together thousands of chocolate lovers from all over the world who were keen to learn about the history of the sweet treat in Australia and the process that goes into making it so delicious.

The History of the Hunter Valley Chocolate Factory

Dating back fourteen years, the Hunter Valley Chocolate Factory has quickly become one of the go-to attractions in the area, not least because visitors can sample some of the delicious treats that wait for them behind closed doors. Recently, the Factory has undergone an expansion that includes the outlet known as Twenty-3-Twenty. At this new venue, visitors can watch chocolatiers and fudge-makers at work as they weave their magic with mouth-watering ingredients. The large viewing window lets chocolate lovers go backstage behind the chocolate-making process. Through its hard work and dedication to all things chocolate, the Hunter Valley Chocolate Company has now become one of the region’s top tourist attractions! Making a name for itself as one of the best places for producing high-quality chocolates in all of New South Wales, bringing thousands of chocolate lovers to venture into the Valley.

Things to Do at the Hunter Valley Chocolate Factory

  • Watch the Chocolatiers at Work

    Perhaps the most popular part of the Hunter Valley Chocolate Factory experience is watching the chocolatiers in action. These experienced chocolate-makers weave their magic and visitors can watch it unfold before their very eyes.

  • Indulge in Local Chocolate

    A trip to the Factory isn’t complete without trying some of the chocolate yourself. After watching the chocolatiers work their magic, you can pop to the on-site store to pick up some goodies. Don’t forget to get your fill of tasty samples, too, to keep that sweet tooth satisfied.

  • Kick Back in the Café

    The Hunter Valley, north of Sydney in New South Wales, boasts incredible scenery, with dipping hills and a patchwork landscape of fields and pretty villages. From the on-site café, you can soak up all it has to offer and more with a hot drink or snack in hand.

Visiting the Hunter Valley Chocolate Factory is a must-do for anyone with a sweet tooth. Known for its fine Belgian couverture chocolate and its selection of other tasty ingredients – like Australian dried fruits and nuts – the chocolate is well worth the visit alone. And then, when you discover the chocolate making process and learn all about how chocolate became an important part of the Valley, the whole experience becomes even more fascinating.

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Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward
Managing Director at Sightseeing Tours Australia

Cameron Ward began with a passion for travel and turned it into a thriving tourism business. He co-founded Sightseeing Tours Australia after starting out as a tour guide in Melbourne. Cameron delights in helping visitors get the most from their trip to Australia. Whether he's leading tours or writing about his favourite places, Cameron loves sharing his local insight with fellow travellers.

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