Australia's Wine Regions

Australia has more than 60 designated wine regions across the country and has developed a worldwide reputation for its award-winning wines. Australia's Wine Regions
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Wine Regions

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Learn more about Australia’s acclaimed wine regions, from Western Australia’s Margaret River to the Barossa Valley near Adelaide.

Australia has more than 60 designated wine regions across the country and has developed a worldwide reputation for its award-winning wines.

Discover some of the world's oldest shiraz vineyards in South Australia's Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale, or award-winning sauvignon blanc in Western Australia's Margaret River. Join one of the winery events held in the Hunter Valley near Sydney, or taste the flagship chardonnay, pinot noir and sparkling wines of the Yarra Valley near Melbourne.

Almost every wine growing region has an annual festival where local wine, food and culture can be sampled. The largest is the biennial Tasting Australia, which showcases some of the very best Australia has to offer.

Guide to the Hunter Valley

Guide to the Hunter Valley

Give your tastebuds a serious work-out in Australia's oldest wine growing region.

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Guide to the Barossa Valley

Guide to the Barossa Valley

South Australia’s Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s oldest and finest wine producing regions.

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Guide to the Clare Valley

Guide to the Clare Valley

Taste your way around the Clare Valley, the home of Australian Riesling.

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Guide to McLaren Vale

Guide to McLaren Vale

McLaren Vale is the birthplace of the South Australian wine industry and home to some of the world’s oldest grape vines.

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Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula

Seaside towns meet local wineries and impressive restaurants on Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula.

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Guide to the Yarra Valley

Guide to the Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley is home to more than 80 wineries, ranging from small, family-owned operations to large estates. The region is renowned for producing Australia's finest pinot noir and sparkling wine, along with a range of other cool-climate wines. It was Victoria's first planted wine region back in 1838. The region is known for its fresh produce including freshwater salmon, trout and caviar, organically grown fruit and vegetables and handmade cheeses and preserves. Follow one of the many self-drive wine trails and fill your picnic hamper on the Yarra Valley Food Trail or at the many huge, fresh food markets.

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Guide to Margaret River

Guide to Margaret River

Discover the hidden sights and scenery of Australia's premium wine region.

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Guide to Swan Valley

Guide to Swan Valley

Indulge in more than 40 wineries in the Swan Valley, Western Australia’s oldest wine region.

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Moorilla, Tasmania

Wine meets Mona Art
Price includes return ferry transfers, Mona entry, guided vineyard and winery tour, lunch and tutored tasting.

From A$ 150 /per person
Vasse Felix, Western Australia

Epicurean Experience
Enjoy a guided winery tour, wine tasting and a 3 course lunch with matching wines.

From A$ 240 /per person