With breathtaking views and a proximity to town metro livers could only dream of, transforming their Tinja Lane property into accommodation was an irresistible opportunity for the Hurrells.
After purchasing the 80-acre farm in 2016, Charmaine and Chad Hurrell set about transforming the location into an eco-glamping experience now called Evamor Valley.
"We wanted to share part of our property, we think it's paradise," Mrs Hurrell said.
"We've created the space and the views but the property just lends itself. There wasn't a great deal for us to do to beautify it, it was already here.
"Our two girls, Morgan and Eva, are the inspiration behind the naming of Evamor Valley. We all put our heads together and tried to come up with a name, and I just went 'Evamor' and it works, we love it."
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With a love for "the great outdoors", the decision to establish three eco-glamping tents, all of which are named after Indigenous women, was obvious.
"We love camping and travelling," Mrs Hurrell said.
"People like the idea of eco-glamping but they also want the luxury. I think our structure lends itself to being quite luxurious but it definitely has that natural element. It's what makes us unique."
From furnishings to locally made structural elements to even the check in signs, every aspect of Evamor Valley is a taste of Mudgee.
"We know from personal experience that any business owner always puts themselves on the line so we sourced items from lots of local businesses," Mrs Hurrell said.
"There's little bits of Mudgee everywhere at Evamor."
The hope for Evamor Valley is that it serves as a place guests can immerse themselves in luxury all while taking in the perks of the Hurrell's "piece of paradise".
"We hope our guests come to love what we love so much and just really enjoy their time with us," Mrs Hurrell said.
"No matter what the weather, it's just beautiful at Evamor. It's our little piece of paradise."
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