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Sunbury wine region

The closest winemaking area to Melbourne, Sunbury is also one of Victoria's oldest. Its cool, dry climate combined with diverse soil types produces elegant wines, and the historic local wineries make perfect locations for tasting the area's celebrated shiraz.

Local characters, exceptional flavours

Call in to cellar doors in and around Sunbury and chances are you'll meet a winemaker at work. Learn about the exceptional regional terroir, find out how wines are made, and hear a few local yarns for good measure.

Bluestone cellars

Taste shiraz and chardonnay in the 1860s bluestone cellar door at Craiglee in Sunbury. Cross the road for more history at Goona Warra, which means 'resting place of black swan' in the local Aboriginal dialect.

You'll also find sumptuous wines to try among the colourful orchards in Bacchus Marsh, overlooking the dams in Glenlyon, and in the paddocks around Gisborne.

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Things to do

Road trips and itineraries

Discover the best of the Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges region on your own with a self-guided touring route through natural scenic beauty.

Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges


Pop corks and tuck into local delicacies with like-minded visitors and locals at many of the Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges annual foodie events.

Food & wine

Craft breweries

Stop in at the Holgate Brewhouse in the Daylesford and Macedon Range region and sample a tasting paddle of the brewer's selection of ales.

Food & wine

Local produce

Taste food at its freshest in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges, either at restaurants celebrating the best local produce or at farm gate stalls.