Wildwood Guesthouse does not disappoint.
It has the perfect veranda on which to relax on a Saturday afternoon while watching kangaroos eat grass close by.
— ANDREW CLENNELL, SYDNEY MORNING HERALD - TRAVELLOR

Historically speaking, Wildwood has been synonymous with gracious country living for generations. 'Eurunderee' is the original name for the valley just outside Mudgee where Wildwood now sits. The ghost of Henry Lawson is everywhere at Eurunderee, and the Wildwood property is the valley he wrote about as Sapling Gully.

For the bush bard, Sapling Gully was synonymous with the hardships of gold mining.

Notwithstanding our trip to Sydney .... the World was encircled by the Mudgee Hills, with Eurunderee as a centre. Mudgee, the town, five miles away was inside the World: Sydney was somewhere on the edge of the World, or just behind. I used to describe Sydney as a place 170 miles from Eurunderee.
— Henry Lawson