Photo: Kimberley Low / Wine Australia
Photo: Kimberley Low / Wine Australia

With stunning beaches, ancient rainforests and dramatic coastlines, Australia is simply one of the most beautiful countries on earth. Unforgettable wineries in regions like Margaret River, Yarra Valley, Hunter Valley and Tasmania combine stunning natural landscapes with food, wine and vine history that's the envy of the world. Fill your glass and get ready to discover some of the best Aussie wine regions in Australia!


Margaret River

In just 50 years Margaret River has evolved from a small farming community into one of the world’s most desirable food and wine destinations. Against a stunning backdrop of pristine beaches, native forests and epic caves lies a wine region dedicated to the pursuit of fine wine and amazing food experiences. Reflecting the regions’ enviable lifestyle, the cellar doors in Margaret River deftly combine exceptional wines with a relaxed and friendly vibe that makes everyone – from the wine novice to the biggest wine geeks – feel welcome. Food, wine, forests, beaches and so much more.  Margaret River is the kind of place you’ll never want to leave.

Yarra Valley


Located just a short drive from Australia’s foodie capital of Melbourne, the Yarra Valley is one of Australia's foremost cool climate regions. The regional emphasis on the quality and flavour of the wines has spread to the local produce grown and tended in the same fertile soil, making the region a little slice of food and wine paradise. The Yarra Valley is now also home to a bold and exciting new breed of revolutionary winemakers who are pushing the boundaries of grape growing and winemaking. Tradition, innovation, natural beauty and exceptional produce combine to make Yarra Valley one of Australia’s, and the world’s, most exciting, dynamic and vibrant wine regions.

Hunter Valley


Australia’s first wine region is all about peeling back layers of discovery. From historic family wineries to deliciously unique wines to innovative Australian cuisine to natural beauty - there’s plenty to discover in the Hunter Valley. The beautiful Brokenback Range forms the idyllic backdrop for the vines that have helped shape the Australian wine community. The vines and wines are complimented by one of Australia’s most vibrant regional food scenes. Dairies producing exceptional Australian cheese, chocolatiers making delectable sweet treats, artisanal smokehouses producing artisanal delights and wineries crafting some of Australia’s best wines. Heaven!



Tasmania is a picturesque gourmet paradise. With a cool climate that has long, sunny days and dry autumns, Tasmania has ideal growing conditions for developing naturally elegant, intensely flavoured and aromatic wines. But the wine is just the start. Tasmania is one of the most beautiful places on earth – rugged mountains, unique flora and fauna and unspoilt landscapes that will make your jaw drop. Add one of the world’s most exciting artisanal food and wine scenes – restaurants, distilleries, dairies, farms and so much more – and you can understand why Tasmania is the world’s ‘so hot right now’ destination.



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13 Oct 2018 - 04:58 PM
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