Discover Brisbane's Wineries

You don’t have to head far from Brisbane to discover some of the best wineries this state, and arguably the country, has to offer. You will be surprised at how much choice is at your finger tips.

Boasting more than 630 national and international wine awards since it opened in 2000, this Mount Cotton winery prides itself on its Granite Belt-grown grapes. Restaurant Lurleen's offers lovely views of Moreton Bay.

Ocean View Estates Winery 
Just 45 minutes north of Brisbane, near Dayboro, as the name suggests there’s some splendid views from this winery. Unwind in the vines, take a tour or two, dine and even stay here.

Welgan Estate Wines
At a small town called Anthony, between Harrisville and Kalbar, you’ll find Welgan Estate Wines. Follow the rainbow – the vineyard’s symbol – to find your pot of gold, and a bottle of award-winning shiraz or two.

Kooroomba Vineyard & Lavendar Farm
Follow the scent of lavender to Kooroomba Vineyards, near Boonah. Here, among the pretty patches of purple, you’ll find a large variety of drops, including a Verdelho Marsanne and a Vermintino.

Paradine Estate Wines 
Perched on the top of a hill in Harrisville Village, Paradine Estate Wines offers 360 degree views from its restored Old Barn cellar. You’ll find more rare blends such as Mourvedre and Durif here.

Barney Creek Vineyard
What’s not to love about a place that touts itself as “beds and reds”? Situated near Mount Barney, you can wine, dine and stay the night here. Make sure you try Leo’s Port and The Dancers – Sparkling wine. 

Normanby Wines
Normanby Wines at Harrisville prides itself on winning more than 68 medals in ten years. You’ll find some rare blends here such as the Durif, Duraz, Chambourcin, and Veraz, among a large wine list.

Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard
Just near Boonah, in the Teviot Valley, sits Bunjurgen Estate, best-known for its easy-drinking Shiraz and Boutique Chambourcin wines. There’s also a beautiful Alaskan Malamute wine dog here.

Ironbark Ridge Vineyard
Plonked in pretty Purga, you’ll enjoy your wine experience that takes place in an original miner’s cottage. Chardonnay and Shiraz are the heroes here at Ironbark Ridge.