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Discover Australia’s Finest Food and Wine Regions 

Category: Inspiration, News, Date: 25 March 2024

Australia is blessed to be home to some of the most gorgeous food and wine trails in the world. Famous regions such as Hunter Valley, Yarra Valley, Barossa Valley and Margaret River are extremely popular among foodies and wine connoisseurs. But they’re not the only regions offering fantastic food and wine experiences in Australia.  

In this article, we share some of the hidden gems of Australia’s food and wine scene, giving you ample inspiration for your next escape.  

The Pemberton Region, Western Australia 

Photos: Frances Andrijich and Tourism Western Australia

The Pemberton Wine region is nestled in the heart of Western Australia’s Southern Forests and Valleys. Surrounded by the lush Karri Forest and the breathtaking Southern Ocean, this region is truly an experience to behold. The region boasts many young vineyards and wineries, including the Hidden River Estate which overlooks Pemberton’s beautiful hills and stunning vistas.  

The estate was established in 1995 and features a modern, boutique winery and restaurant with a gourmet, seasonal menu. The area has the perfect atmosphere for relaxation so if you’re looking for your next luxury, quiet escape, this is it! For accommodation options in the Pemberton Region, look here. 

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania 

Photos: Sean Scott Photography, Tourism Australia, Laura Helle and Nick H Visuals

The Cradle Mountain region in Tasmania is truly a spectacle of natural beauty and wonder. Famous for it’s deep river gorges and abundant wildlife, this region is must-see in Tassie. One of the most special elements of the region is the ‘Cradle-to-Coast Tasting Trail’. This trail is designed to allow visitors to experience the finest in Tasmania produce including fine wines, food platters and award winning cellars.  

The fantastic offerings accompanied by the green rolling hills and stunning coastal views makes this an adventure like no other. Don’t waste a minute planning your trip here, book your stay here. 

Riverina Region, New South Wales 

Photos: Destination NSW

The Riverina region in New South Wales is one full of natural wonders, stunning lakes and rivers. Known as “Australia’s Food Bowl”, the region offers unforgettable tasting experiences. One particularly popular experience is Borambola Wines in Wagga Wagga. The winery was established in 1995 and offers wine tasting of 100% locally grown and produced wine as well as spectacular charcuterie boards.  

You certainly couldn’t regret a trip to experience the natural beauty of this region and taste the amazing local produce. To plan your trip to the Riverina Region, check out accommodation options here. 

Adelaide Hills, South Australia 

Photos: Tourism Australia / South Australian Tourism Commission

The Adelaide Hills region in South Australia is filled with picturesque, hillside vineyards and orchards, iconic wineries and a wide range of unique experiences. Due to it’s high altitude, the region produces special cool-climate wines that are only found in a few regions in Australia. The lush, diverse landscape and countless fine wineries in the area make this an ideal holiday destination or weekend getaway.  

Experience the beauty of the Adelaide Hills, book your holiday now.  

The Red Centre, Northern Territory 

Photos: Tourism NT/Backyard Bandits, Tourism NT/Helen Orr, Tourism NT/Shaana McNaught

Not commonly thought of as a food and wine gem in Australia, Alice Springs in the NT offers some of the most unique cultural experiences Australia has to offer. The Sounds of Silence experience is a beautifully unique dining experience, taking place under-the-stars, overlooking the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The al fresco, outback experience includes a selection of Australian wines, canapes and a multi-course meal made with native bush ingredients.  

This opportunity to watch the sunset over Uluru and enjoy the sparkling sky in the desert is truly once-in-a-lifetime. If you’re looking for your next adventure, I think you may have found it here. Find accommodation for your trip here. 

Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria 

Photos: Visit Victoria

The Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria offers fantastic wide beaches, seaside villages and vineyards over Port Phillip Bay. With more than 40 food and wine destinations, you can discover some special gems in Bellarine. The Bellarine Taste Trail is the perfect way to experience the unique flavours and local cuisine the region has to offer.  

Whether you’re a seasoned foodie, a wine enthusiast, or simply seeking a delightful escape, the Bellarine Taste Trail promises a feast for the senses. For accommodation options near Bellarine, check these out. 

Scenic Rim, Queensland 

QLD food and wine trails
Photos: Tourism and Events Queensland

Queensland Scenic Rim is picturesque area of sweeping hills and natural beauty. The area is home to an incredible six national parks, featuring hidden waterfalls and scenic hikes. The region also boasts a wide range of wineries, cafes and farm-to-table experiences where visitors can discover the flavours of the region and local produce. One of these such experiences, is the Kooroomba Vineyard and Lavender Farm in Mount Alford. The fantastic property has six acres of Lavendar fields and vineyard, offering modern Aussie cuisine and the finest locally produced wines.  

A trip to the Scenic Rim in Queensland is the perfect weekend exploration, plan your trip here.  

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