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Geelong wine region

Explore the Geelong wine region's diverse sub-regions, from surf coast to volcanic plains, making its food, wine and landscape resist any 'cool climate' label. Taste varieties with a subtle European style such as chardonnay and shiraz.

Vine revival

In the 1800s this was the largest grape-growing region in Victoria. It has undergone a renaissance in the last couple of decades as winemakers rediscover rich soils and a climate that is halfway between France's Bordeaux and Burgundy.

Geelong and the Bellarine region punches well above its weight, producing a raft of award-winning wines that are regularly listed in James Halliday's 'best of the best' list.

Meet the makers and celebrate the best of the Geelong wine region at the annual Toast to the Coast, held over October/November at wineries from the Bellarine and Moorabool Valley out to the Surf Coast.

Winery visits

Stop in at one of the 40 cellar doors open for tasting in the region and sample from a diverse range of wines.

Many wineries also have cafes and restaurants attached, allowing you to unwind, take in the scenery and enjoy a sumptuously cooked meal with a perfectly matched wine.


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Otway Estate Winery & Brewery

Wet your whistle with a range of cool climate wines, premium handcrafted beers and farmhouse ciders served with platters of fresh local delicacies.


Leura Park Estate

Knock on this cellar door for premium cool-climate wines and a complementary culinary line-up including stone-base pizzas and seasonal tasting platters.


BAIE Wines

BAIE Wines is a small batch winemaker producing fine wines made using grapes grown at their Bellarine Peninsula vineyard in Curlewis overlooking Port...


Jack Rabbit Vineyard

Hop to it for sophisticated cool-climate wines, an award-winning restaurant, cellar door, tasting room, bistro-style cafe and stunning coastal views.


Scotchmans Hill

Established in 1982, Scotchmans Hill is located in the heart of the Bellarine Peninsula. A producer of premium cool maritime climate wines,...


Moorabool Ridge Vineyard & CafŽe

Deep in the Valley perched on the edge of the Moorabool River is a shepherd's cottage built in 1856. This historic building is now home to Moorabool...


Basils Farm (Formerly Kiltynane Wines)

Learn about Kiltynane's passion for biodynamic and sustainable farming practices while sampling quality, handcrafted wines at the cellar door.


Shadowfax Winery

With a strong focus on design and quality, Shadowfax has quickly established an enviable reputation for premium wines and boutique style.


Barwon Ridge Wines

Taste quality, hand-crafted, vegan-compliant pinot noir, shiraz, marsanne, chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon wines from this Barrabool Hills vineyard.


Brown Magpie Wines

Brown Magpie Wines is a family owned winery and vineyard in Modewarre, which is situated in the Surf Coast hinterland in the Geelong wine region. The...


St Anne's Vineyard

Taste the fruits of St Anne's vineyards in Myrniong and Perricoota. Try the flagship riesling and very successful cabernet, chardonnay and shiraz.


Clyde Park Vineyard & Bistro

Park yourself here for great wines, pizza and tasting platters. Specialty wines include pinot noir and gris, shiraz, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay.


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Nature & wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Ride the waves, take a walk along the white sand, or cool off during the summer months at bayside and ocean beaches in Geelong and the Bellarine.

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Spa and wellbeing

Stop into a luxurious day spa in the Geelong and Bellarine region and slow right down with a full-body massage, facial or beauty treatment.

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Take a joy ride flight, an invigorating bushwalk, or head into winery country. Choose one of many of tours celebrating the region's natural beauty.

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Art and culture

Wander through galleries and artist studios, check out public artworks, and delve into the local history at villages up and down the peninsula.