64 Alpine Terrace Tamborine Mountain Queensland
Call in for a coffee right where the coffee is grown. Green Lane Coffee Plantation on Tamborine Mountain have a caf? where you can enjoy a coffee made from the coffee beans grown with love on their plantation. You can take some of their coffee home too.
46 Rymera Road Canungra Queensland
Every Saturday and Sunday, Sarabah Estate Vineyard welcomes visitors onto their gorgeous grounds at the foothills of Lamington National park to enjoy the views, taste their wines and dine on the delicious dishes that are created using farm fresh produce and ingredients from local suppliers. Caudan Street Kitchen offers visitors a relax…
Cnr The Shelf & Bartle Roads Tamborine Mountain Queensland
For over 27 years, Heritage Estate Wines have been producing award winning wines with their exquisite taste and consistency. Having won many prestigious awards for their wines in 2015, Heritage Estate Wines received a 5 star rating in James Halliday?s 2016 Australian Wine Companion. They were also named as one of the Ten Dark Horse win…
104-144 Hartley Road Tamborine Mountain Queensland
Cedar Creek Estate offers a complete range of white, red and fortified wines, as well as stocking a variety of wines from eight of Queensland?s premier wineries. With lunch and Devonshire tea available daily in a variety of settings and not forgetting the GLow Worm Caves, things to do are never in short supply.
128 Long Road Eagle Heights Queensland
With cellar door, restaurant, and catering for weddings, functions and events, the Mt Tamborine Vineyard and Winery has everything you need conveniently located right in the middle of the famous Gallery Walk on Tamborine Mountain.
1660 Beaudesert-Boonah Road Beaudesert Queensland
The Overflow 1895 is a historic grazing property with 12 kilomtres of waterfrontage to picturesque Wyaralong Dam. In 2010, The Overflow Estate 1895 vineyard was established. Vermentino, Fiano, Tempranillo and Montepulciano varieties are grown on the three acre holding with 2,500 vines.
196 FM Bells Road Mt Alford Queensland
The Kooroomba Vineyard & Lavender Farm is ideally located at Mt Alford around one hour from Brisbane and one and a half hours from the Gold Coast. The property consists of a cellar door, restaurant, and lavender shop overlooking six acres of vineyards and fields of lavender with magnificent views of the Scenic Rim Mountains. The ce…
32 Hartley Road North Tamborine Queensland
Our boutique winery aims to produce an extensive range of top quality wines for the discerning palate. Alongside a keen interest in fine wines Mason Wines shares a passion for locally grown seasonal produce and an interest in freshly prepared quality food sourced ethically. Visit Eden Restaurant on Tamborine Mountain to ‘Sample t…
852 Lamington National Park Road Canungra Queensland
If you are heading up to O?Reilly?s Rainforest Retreat, or exploring the beauty of the Canungra Valley, be sure to stop in at O?Reilly?s Canungra Valley Vineyards. Enjoy a sample of our finest wines at the cellar door, stay for lunch or purchase a gourmet picnic basket and stretch out by the creek with a bottle of bubbles. You?ll be gl…
Witches Falls Winery
They say that when you love what you do it shows. At Witches Falls their passion is wine – owner and winemaker Jon Heslop loves growing it, making it, drinking it, and matching it with all kinds of foods but most of all, he likes sharing it with friends. Jon takes pride in creating handcrafted wines that you not only love to drink but…
Boonah, Queensland, Australia
Andrew Scholl and his brother David are fifth-generation farmers, living and working on the family property in the Fassifern Valley, at the end of a road bearing the family name. Andrew and his wife, Theresa, purchased the property from Andrew’s parents sixteen years ago. The Scholls grow vegetables and herbs, which they wash and bunch…
178 Dunns Av Harrisville Queensland
Jenny and Mick Hall used to grow vegetables on their Harrisville farm but when drought struck they looked for another option. Their investigation drove them to drink – literally. They planted grape vines and now produce verdelho, shiraz, chambourcin, Grenache and merlot. They also open their cellar door the public and often host …