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A Treat For Your Taste Buds
A Treat For Your Taste Buds
Featuring some of the world’s best wine regions and fine dining restaurants against a backdrop of one-of-a-kind surrounds, Australia offers a unique culinary experience that will appeal to all foodies. Whether it’s with a casual vineyard picnic or a degustation at a hatted restaurant, there’s no better time to indulge in the freshest Australian produce and discover unique and international flavours, right from our own backyard. [Good For: The Epicurean]
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1,219 reviews
Canberra, Australia
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See Australia Recently named the best fine dining restaurant in Australia in Tripadvisor’s 2020 Travellers’ Choice awards, Sage Dining Rooms in Canberra has no shortage of accolades. Using the best of the region’s local produce direct from their own 600-acre farm, the team at Sage meticulously prepares an innovative farm to table menu that highlights the distinct flavours of every ingredient. For under $100, you can try the five-course Chef’s Pick Menu and savour dishes like button mushroom agnolotti, braised beef cheek, and apple tart with Turkish apple tea and spiced cider.
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822 reviews
Pokolbin, Australia
Restaurant
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See Australia Located in the hinterlands of Hunter Valley, on the picturesque grounds of Roscrea Estate, Circa 1876 is another restaurant that has earned a space in the Travellers’ Choice list of best fine dining restaurants in Australia. Enjoy views of the eatery’s organic garden as you dig into dishes that showcase the produce before—an embodiment of their “farm to fork” ethos. Pair your meal with a glass from an award-winning wine list or cuddle up post-meal in front of the open fire in their Champagne Lounge.
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843 reviews
Pokolbin, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia With over 150 years of winemaking history, Audrey Wilkinson Vineyard offers panoramic views of Hunter Valley and Brokenback Ranges. Embark on a wine tasting experience at their Cellar Door or pick up a bottle of their historic wines and a picnic basket to enjoy an alfresco lunch anywhere on their 270-acre property. Rest amongst the vines while learning about the history of the Hunter Valley—it can sometimes feel as if you have the whole vineyard to yourself.
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377 reviews
Pokolbin, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia Boasting the largest complex in the Hunter Valley wine region, Brokenwood Wines offers plenty of culinary experiences for a gastronomic weekend. Learn more about winemaking at their wine museum; indulge in a guided food and wine flight at their Cellar Door; or sit down for a meal at the Cru Bar + Pantry or at The Wood Restaurant. Their WineEmotion self-service dispenser is not to be missed as well, serving rare wines that are not ordinarily available for tasting.
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731 reviews
McLaren Vale, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia The design of d’Arenberg’s cube-shaped wine center was inspired by the complexities of winemaking. Inside, food, wine and art intersect. Explore the winery’s contemporary art museum and Salvador Dali Exhibition before heading to d’Arrys’ Verandah for a long lingering lunch overlooking the McLaren Vale wine region, perfectly complemented with d’Arenberg’s acclaimed wine portfolio.
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260 reviews
Magill, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia One of the world’s most renowned urban vineyards, Penfolds Magill Estate is located close to Adelaide’s city centre—perfect for a spontaneous food and wine getaway. Take in the serene views of Penfolds first vineyard, that dates back to 1844, while learning about their signature Grange shiraz, one of the world’s most collectable wines. Enjoy a casual lunch complete with wine pairings at the Magill Estate Kitchen, or head to their Cellar Door for a cheese flight and wine tasting.
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584 reviews
Seppeltsfield, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia One of the most historic wineries in Barossa Valley, Seppeltsfield is the only winery in the world that releases a 100-year-old vintage wine every year from its Centennial Cellar. With an unbroken lineage of wines from 1878, you can have a taste of wine direct from the barrel of your birth year with their renowned “Taste Your Birth Year” tour. The award-winning FINO restaurant is also a main attraction, with a menu influenced by Italian cuisine and the region’s seasonal produce.
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106 reviews
Berriedale, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia Known as much for its Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) as its wine, the Moorilla Estate Winery has a history that dates back to the 1940s. Check out the “Wine Meets Art” tours, which take you through both Mona and the Moorilla vineyard, ending with private wine tastings in their elegant subterranean tasting room. Sign your taste buds up for The Faro Experiments at their award-winning Faro Bar and Restaurant, where you’ll be subjected to a mystery menu of food, drinks and live music that changes weekly.
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261 reviews
Launceston, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia With state-of-the-art facilities specially designed for winemaking in Tasmania’s climate, Josef Chromy goes above and beyond in producing its acclaimed wines and providing a truly unique experience at its Cellar Door. For a wild wine-tasting experience, try their wine and fly fishing experience in which you’ll learn how to fish over fine wines. Then, delight in a delicious lunch at their restaurant, which features local produce, while enjoying sprawling views of their 60-hectare vineyard.
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413 reviews
Margaret River, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia One of the founding wineries in the Margaret River region, Leeuwin Estate celebrates wine, food and art at their award-winning restaurant, cellar door and art gallery. Enjoy fresh West Australian produce and smooth Leeuwin Estate wines at The Leeuwin Restaurant, overlooking a sea of beautiful karri trees. Their Cellar Door provides further insight into the history of the estate.
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279 reviews
Margaret River, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia Forming part of the acclaimed “Golden Triangle of Chardonnay” in Margaret River region, Voyager Estate is known not only for its white wine but also its award-winning restaurant and whimsical rose garden. Enjoy a glass of their organically farmed wines with a tasting plate of thoughtfully curated delicacie. Or head to the Voyager Estate Restaurant to try their Discovery Menu, featuring fresh produce from their very own garden.
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577 reviews
Mount Cotton, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia Located in Queensland’s Granite Belt region, Sirromet Wines offers plenty of dining options to complement their renowned wines. Sip on a glass of wine while enjoying live music at the Cellar Door; marvel at the breathtaking views of Moreton Bay and Stradbroke Island; dig into a traditional Tuscan style meal at Tuscan Terrace; or relish in cutting-edge Australian cuisine at Restaurant Lurleen. Spend the night at Sanctuary by Sirromet—luxurious tented pavilions tucked away in the tranquil bushlands.
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Bundaberg, Australia
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BreweriesDistilleries
See Australia Producing Australia’s most iconic rum since 1888, the Bundaberg Rum Distillery offers your taste buds something a little different from the typical wines and cheeses. Marvel at the enormous 75,000 litre oak vats as you explore this historic distillery. Don’t miss the Blend Your Own Rum Experience where you can learn the art of blending your very own rum, straight from the barrel.
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462 reviews
Milawa, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia A traditional winery that prides itself on experimentation, the Brown Brothers Winery has a playground dedicated to innovative winemaking, cheekily referred to as their Kindergarten Winery. Sample their experimental wines and blends, some of which are also released in small-batches exclusive to their Cellar Door. This thread of creativity and innovation doesn’t stop there. Enjoy an innovative fine dining experience at Patricia’s Table Restaurant & Wine Bar, where the creativity is carried over into the food.
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85 reviews
Merricks, Australia
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Art GalleriesWineries & Vineyards
See Australia Overlooking the Western Port, Pt. Leo Estate offers a unique experience where world class dining, fabulous wines and art collide, just an hour away from Melbourne. Enjoy gorgeous views of the estate’s vineyard and outdoor Sculpture Park while dining at the Pt. Leo Estate Restaurant. The menu celebrates the region’s produce with a contemporary flair.
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304 reviews
Tabilk, Australia
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Wineries & Vineyards
See Australia Established in 1860, Tahbilk, situated on land with deep aboriginal origins, is one of Australia's most beautiful and historic family-owned wineries. With 150 years of winemaking experience, the winer, has amassed over 1000 awards for its wines, no doubt thanks to the winemaking traditions and cultures passed down through the five generations of the Purbrick Family. Tahbilk is also one of only eight wineries globally to have their net calculated carbon emissions equal zero, a testament to its commitment to restoring the balance of the land of our First People.
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