Rows of grape vines at The Vineyard Retreat in McLaren Vale © The Vineyard Retreat McLaren Vale

McLaren Vale, SA © The Vineyard Retreat McLaren Vale

Australia’s most well-designed winery experiences

Aerial view over The Cube and d'Arenberg Winery in McLaren Vale © Trent Martin Photography

d’Arenberg Winery, McLaren Vale, South Australia © Trent Martin Photography

A studio pod overlooking rows of vines at The Vineyard Retreat in McLaren Vale © The Vineyard Retreat McLaren Vale

Cadole Avalon, McLaren Vale, South Australia © The Vineyard Retreat McLaren Vale

Food and drink available from Muse Restaurant in the Hunter Valley © John Kung/Destination NSW

Muse Restaurant & Cafe, Hungerford Hill Wines, Hunter Valley, New South Wales © John Kung/Destination NSW

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Woman admires artwork at Leeuwin Art Gallery in Margaret River © Leeuwin Estate

Leeuwin Estate, Margaret River, Western Australia © Leeuwin Estate

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The labels on Leeuwin’s Art Series Wines are designed by leading Australian artists.

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Woman in bathtub at Empire Retreat and Spa in Margaret River © Empire Retreat and Spa

Empire Retreat and Spa, Yallingup, Margaret River, Western Australia © Empire Retreat and Spa

Vineyards at Mitchelton Winery in Goulburn Valley © Victorian Wine Industry Association

Mitchelton Winery, Goulburn Valley, Victoria © Victorian Wine Industry Association

Jackalope statue out the front of the Jackalope hotel and vineyard © Jackalope Hotel

Jackalope Hotel, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria © Jackalope Hotel

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Fun fact

Australia has nearly 2,500 wineries in 65 wine regions, with shiraz the most popular grape variety.

Couple dine at The Source restaurant at the Museum of Old and New Art © Adam Gibson

The Source Restaurant, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania © Adam Gibson