Western Australia Regions

Great Southern

Great Southern

Great Southern covers a huge land area 200km by 100km. It contains the sub-regions of Albany, Denmark, Frankland River, Mount Barker and Porongurup. Its winemaking days are quite recent, with vines not planted until the 1960s in Mount Barker.

Margaret River

Margaret River

To many, Margaret River is the jewel in the Western Australian crown. A relative newcomer to the Australian wine industry, Margaret River not only combines all the best qualities for viticulture but is also downright beautiful! Located 290kms south of Perth on a large, rectangular peninsula jutting into the Indian Ocean, Margaret River stretches...

Geographe

Geographe

This historic region gets its name from French explorer Nicholas Baudin whose boat was called Le Geographe. He chanced upon the area in 1802 and was no doubt impressed by the stunning coastline and rolling hills surrounding.

Today the Geographe is one of WA’s most exciting emerging regions and home to many diverse styles of wines...

Pemberton

Pemberton

Although small and fairly new on the viticultural scene, there’s no doubt that Pemberton is an exciting region producing world class wines, particularly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

The area is littered with picturesque vineyards encircled by Karri forests. The southern latitude and high altitude means it is classified as cool...

Perth Hills

Perth Hills

The Perth Hills is a fairly new region, granted its official status in 1999 yet has flourished quickly. Stretching along the Darling Scarp from Serpentine to Bindoon.The climate in the region has been compared to the Barossa Valley in South Australia. It is typically Mediterranean; with cool to cold wet winters and warm dry summers. The soils of...

Swan District

Swan District

The Swan district is an extensive area that can be found north of Perth. The region dates back to the early 1800’s when both wine and fruit was the horticultural currency of the time.

The region is of historical relevance as it helped develop the reputation of Western Australian wines. The Swan Valley is the oldest wine region in...

Manjimup

Manjimup

The name ‘Manjimup’ is Noongar Aboriginal and means ‘manjin’ – an edible reed - and ‘up’ – a meeting place.

Famed for its beautiful rolling farmland and towering karri forests, this small wine region covers the area surrounding the charming country town of Manjimup in the Southern Forests...

Blackwood Valley

Blackwood Valley

Blackwood Valley is Western Australia’s newest wine region with the first vineyards planted in 1976. It was officially gazetted as a wine region in 1998 and there are now 16 producers and over 50 vineyards.

Blackwood Valley covers a huge area wedged between the Geographe and Manjimup wine regions on the Darling Ranges plateau....

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