Wines of Western Australia

Fine Wine Regions of W.A.

“Isolated and breathtakingly beautiful, it is no surprise that Western Australia’s wine regions yield such captivating wines. From world-famous Margaret River, with its coveted cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay, and flagship blends of sauvignon blanc and semillon, to the Great Southern, which has fast gained serious clout for its pristine wines, there are so many regions and styles to explore.

While the Swan Valley is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions, the state’s other regions have achieved a great deal in a relatively short time. In 2017, Margaret River celebrated 50 years since its first vine plantings, yet it’s one of our most recognised and decorated regions. It also has about 150 wineries, all focusing on what the region does best.

Great Southern, a region of similar age, has a wealth of wines carrying the indelible stamp of the vast area, across everything from pinot noir and riesling to shiraz and more. Then there are other areas like Pemberton and Geographe, where producers are continuing to fine-tune their regional offering.”

[Excerpt from James Halliday’s www.winecompanion.com.au]

Your Guide to WA Wines and Wine Regions

Learn how to build your own trail!

You can build a personalised trail/itinerary below by doing the following:

  1. Choose some favourites - select the listings you would like to include in the trail by clicking on the heart icon found on the listing image. The heart icon will change to black for each listing you select. At any time you can see what listings you have favourited by clicking on the heart icon at the top-right.
  2. Switch to Favourites mode - click on the heart icon at the top right to change into the Favourites mode. You will see each of the listings you selected.
  3. Switch to Map view - Once you are looking at your favourites you should switch to Map view by clicking on the map/pin icon at the top-left.
  4. Build your personalised trail - a map will be displayed, showing a default route between your favourite listings. In the Trail panel to the left you can do the following:
    • Re-order the sequence of the listings by dragging/dropping them.
    • Change the transport mode by clicking on the car/person/bike icons.
    • Enter a start time for your trail.
    • Enter a duration time for each of the listings.
    • Add a custom waypoint of your liking by clicking the plus icon and then dragging the newly added pin to the location on the map of your choice.
    • Add your current location by clicking on the pin icon.
    • Make the trail a return trip by clicking on the double arrows icon.
    • Share the trail to email or social media by clicking on the Share Trail button.
    • Send the trail to Google Maps by clicking on the Send to Google Maps button.
  5. Review the trail details - you can review the trail details including the arrival, stopover and duration times by scrolling the trail panel on the left side.

Note: you can exit Favourites mode at any time by clicking on the heart-icon at the top-right.




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Get in touch

For general enquiries, please contact [email protected]

For further tourism information, please contact the following regional wine associations: