Only 1.5 hours south of Perth and stretching from the stunning coastline to the majestic rolling hills and the native bush of the Ferguson Valley, Geographe is one of WA’s most captivating and diverse wine regions. Home to more than 20 boutique, mostly family-owned wineries, the region is characterised by diverse micro climates as a result of elevated rolling hills, cool sheltered valleys and mild ocean breezes off Geographe Bay. MORE

Sandy coastal soils to rich loams

Early Mar –
Late Apr

Altitude 0-406m
33° 46’S

Average 22.4°
(Oct – Apr)

Average 354mm
(Oct – Apr)

Geographe Wine Guide

Get in touch

For general enquiries, please contact [email protected]

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


The Geographe wine region comprises the Ferguson Valley, the rural towns of Harvey and Donnybrook, the beautiful Geographe Bay, and the town of Busselton - best known for the 2km jetty stretching out into the bay.

In the Ferguson Valley, a range of attractions awaits, from art galleries to a village of Gnomes, featuring thousands of Gnomes from across the world. The Wellington Dam plus the magnificent native bushland have made this area a mecca for bushwalkers, cyclists and mountain bikers who enjoy one of WA’s best mountain bike trails at Mount Lennard.