Brunch at the Tractor 828 Cafe

Sun 10 November 2019
Hunter Valley Tourist Information Centre 455 Wine Country Dr, Pokolbin
8:00am for a 8:30am start
David Ho, 0412818330,



Join the Hunter Chapter for a waypoint run down the Putty Road to Tractor 828 Cafe at Sackville for brunch. 

An early start to beat the traffic, we'll meet at Cessnock Visitor Information Centre at 8:00am leaving promptly 8:30am  and then we'll head off in convoy through the vineyards to Broke and the start of the Putty Rd.

Once on the Putty it's a "Drive at your own Leisure" to Bull Ridge Road with the spirited drivers up front and those who prefer a more cruiser style of drive towards the back. Follow Bull Ridge Road towards the Sackville ferry turning right at the Tee intersection away from the ferry to towards the cafe

We will have a short toilet stop and re-group at Grey Gums Cafe before heading on to Tractor 828 Cafe for Brunch and Coffee.

***** RSVP by Wednesday 22nd May ******

Due to the simplicity of this route today will be a Waypoint run. Simply follow your nose and the convoy of MX-5's to the Putty Road.

Approx. 167km / 2 1/4 hours of driving to the destination including a short toilet break at Grey Gums Cafe.

A full tank of fuel is advised before arriving at the meet point.


Meet Location: Hunter Valley Tourist Information Centre 455 Wine Country Dr, Pokolbin
Contact: Dave - 0412818330

Waypoint 1:  Start of Putty Road Milbrodale Public School - 2615 Putty Rd, Milbrodale NSW
Waypoint 2:  Grey Gums Cafe  8679 Putty Rd, Putty NSW
Waypoint 3: Turn Off to Sackville     Cnr Putty Rd and Bull Ridge Road

Destination: Tractor 828 828 Sackville Rd, Ebenezer NSW 2756


The run officailly ends at brunch. However after breakfast you have many choices:
- Make your own way home via the M1 (approx 2.5hr back to Beresfeild)
- Continue on and explore the historic township of Windsor (20mins further down the Putty Rd)
- Do the return trip back up the Putty (approx 2hrs back to Pokolbin)
- Or complete the "Loop of the Yengo National Park" via Sackville & Wisemans Ferry and up the Great North Road (approx. 3hrs to Wollombi).