Just a 2hr drive from Sydney, the Hunter offers exceptional Semillon and Shiraz in a setting of scenic vineyards and rich winemaking history.
A few hours from Sydney, here you'll find high elevation wines with robust reds and boutique cellar doors, blending tradition and modernity.
A classic country town, Orange is known for its cool climate wines, especially Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, amidst rolling hills and innovative cuisine.
Canberra is a relatively small wine region, but has a reputation for producing high-quality wines, particularly Riesling and Shiraz.
Just 1.5hrs south of Sydney, the Southern Highlands is known for premium Pinot Noir and sparkling wines, set in charming villages and intimate wineries.
Australia's largest wine-producing area known for sweet, fortified wines and affordable, quality whites amidst rural charm.
Just south of Kiama, the Shoalhaven offers a unique wine tasting experience with diverse varieties and fresh local seafood
A few hours from Melbourne, this vast region is known for producing a wide array of consistent, quality wines, with a focus on sustainable viticulture amidst sun-drenched landscapes.
Rustic charm with bold red wines like Shiraz, in a high altitude, cool climate region rich in agricultural heritage.
Nestled in the Snowy Mountains near Canberra, this cool-climate gem is renowned for elegant sparkling wines and crisp Chardonnays, set against a backdrop of stunning natural beauty.
Close to Port Macquarie, this coastal region is characterized by its boutique wineries producing unique, robust wines, perfectly paired with the area's abundant seafood, amidst lush, green landscapes.
Just a few hours from Sydney, Cowra boasts a warm climate ideal for producing rich, full-flavoured wines, particularly known for its award-winning Chardonnay, in a tranquil rural setting.
A scenic drive from Brisbane, this diverse region offers a range of unique wines, from classic varieties to experimental ones, set in the picturesque, undulating countryside.