All Roads Lead to Wollombi.
From Sydney via Newcastle Expressway:
Head for the Newcastle Freeway, National Route 1, which starts at Wahroonga in Sydney's northern suburbs. Travel on the Freeway to the Calga Interchange where you take the exit to Wollombi. At Bucketty you will travel along sections of the famous Great North Road which was constructed by convict gangs in the early days of European Settlement. The road crosses a number of convict built bridges and calverts, a reminder of the days when a trip to the Wollombi was a long and arduous journey.
From Sydney via the Putty Road:
An alternative route to Wollombi from Sydney is via the Putty Road. This road was built as an alternative to the Great North Road as a route from the settlement of Windsor on the Hawksbury River. Today, the journey will take you through the Wollomi National Park and is a popular drive from Sydney's Western suburbs up to the Hunter Valley. Along the Putty Road you will need to keep an eye open near Bulga for the Milbrodale Road which heads in an Easterly direction to Broke. From Broke, turn south and travel along the banks of the Wollombi Brook into Wollombi.
Head out West along the New
England Highway and take the exit to Cessnock. In Cessnock continue along Wollombi Road to Wollombi.