Hunter Valley Wine and Tourism Association estimates $264 million loss in 12 months from November 2019

Krystal Sellars
Updated March 23 2021 - 11:31pm, first published December 22 2020 - 3:30pm
SEEMS SO LONG AGO: A crowd of 16,000 enjoyed the Cold Chisel concert at Hope Estate on January 18. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers
SEEMS SO LONG AGO: A crowd of 16,000 enjoyed the Cold Chisel concert at Hope Estate on January 18. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

From droughts, bushfires and smoke taint, to COVID-19 lockdowns, it has been a challenging year for the Hunter Valley wine and tourism industry.

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Krystal Sellars

Krystal Sellars

Senior Journalist

Krystal Sellars is the Senior Journalist at the Cessnock Advertiser. Born and raised in Cessnock, she started her journalism career at the Advertiser in 2006 after completing a Bachelor of Communication at the University of Newcastle. Contact her on krystal.sellars@cessnockadvertiser.com.au.

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