Unwind in the vines: discover Brisbane's wineries

If you’re looking to sample a quality drop, Greater Brisbane's range of wineries is bound to delight even the most discerning connoisseur.

Ocean View Estates – Moreton Bay Region

Take a walk through the vines, meet Thomas the winemaker, dine overlooking the lake and stay in your own country cottage.

Sirromet Winery – Redlands 


Nestled in the Redlands hinterland, Queensland’s largest and most-awarded winery features fantastic views of the surrounding bushland and across the bay. Take a tour or sample some of its famous wines over lunch on the Tuscan Terrace. 

Winedown Tours – Somerset

Enjoy the picturesque drive before tasting the gourmet delights of Coolana Olives, Winya Wines, Mount England Estate and Woongooroo Estate. 

Tamborine Wine Trail

Take a day trip to the cool, lush beauty of Tamborine Mountain and explore a wine trail that weaves through the six wineries on the mountain, including the five listed below.

Witches Falls Winery – Scenic Rim

Located on Mount Tamborine, Witches Falls’ intimate cellar door offers an extensive wine range and a sneak peek at the wine-making action. After your tasting, take advantage of the picnic rugs available and relax and enjoy a glass of wine in the picturesque gardens.

Cedar Creek Estate Winery – Scenic Rim

Cedar Creek Estate is the perfect location to relax and enjoy beautiful wines and a lazy lunch with views over "Wild Duck Lake".

Heritage Estate Wines – Scenic Rim

Focusing on premium Queensland wines and gourmet food, Heritage Estate is the place for wining and dining. Enjoy views overlooking the rainforest and out to the Pacific Ocean in the distance.

Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm – Scenic Rim

Nestled in the Fassifern Valley at Mt Alford, Kooroomba Vineyards consists of a cellar door, restaurant and lavender shop that overlook a six-hectare vineyard and a breathtaking purple lavender field, with magnificent views of the Scenic Rim mountains.

Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard – Scenic Rim


Located on a rise in the Teviot Valley on the way to Mt Alford, visit Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard for great views and an even better drop. Meet friendly owner David McMaugh and take a wander through the vines.

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