Cheers! Many Dunsborough, Yallingup and Margaret River wineries are foodie destinations in their own right. Are you looking for wineries with restaurants in Margaret River? You’re in luck – we have a big list of ten wineries that are brilliant spots for a long, lazy lunch in South West WA. Be sure to enjoy a little wine tasting at their cellar doors too. When wining and dining in the Margaret River Region, it’s hard to go past these favourites…
Xanadu Winery, Margaret River (Modern Australian)
Xanadu Winery, like its namesake, is paradise found down a long vine-lined driveway. It’s acclaimed restaurant overlooks manicured lawns, where people can enjoy lunch on warmer days. On chilly days, dining inside the immense ski-lodge-like restaurant, with its vaulted pine ceilings, stunning art and huge stone fireplace is a must. See our Xanadu review here.
Find Xanadu at Boodjidup Rd, Margaret River.
The Berry Farm, Margaret River (Café)
The Berry Farm’s cellar door is brimming with berry and fruit jams, jellies, vinegars, preserves, sauces, and even wines to taste. Its fruit wines, dessert wines, ports, liqueurs, and ciders are very popular. Spot a blue wren and eat something delicious at the cottage café. See our Berry Farm review here.
Find The Berry Farm at 43 Bessell Road, Margaret River.
Voyager Estate, Margaret River (Fine Dining)
The delightful Voyager Estate has a unique style. It’s striking white buildings were inspired by the Cape Dutch farmsteads of South-Africa. Surrounded by perfectly manicured rose and vegetable gardens, the cellar door and restaurant are must-visits. See our Voyager review here.
Find Voyager at Steven Road, Margaret River
Aravina Estate, Yallingup (Modern Australian)
Aravina Estate ticks all the boxes. The classy establishment has great food and wine, as well as having plenty of things to do. Aravina looks a picture whatever time of year you visit, with flowers, lush plants and green lawns. There’s a restaurant, cellar door, playground, gift shop, plus a boutique motor museum and surf exhibition. See our Aravina review here.
Find Aravina at 61 Thornton Road, Yallingup.
Hay Shed Hill, Wilyabrup (Tapas)
Next time you are touring around Margaret River, put Hay Shed Hill on your must-stop winery itinerary. Not only will you find excellent wines, but a darn fine restaurant too, Rustico at Hay Shed Hill. The staff at the Hay Shed Hill cellar door have that famous Margaret River hospitality. They’re friendly and happy to have a yarn over a tasting or two. Read more in our review.
Find Hay Shed Hill at 511 Harmans Mill Road, Wilyabrup.
Woody Nook Winery (Cafe)
The boutique Woody Nook Winery is run by quite possibly the friendliest people you will meet in the hospitality industry. This small winery’s vineyard was planted in 1978 and produces a variety of wines. Its Nookery Café is a lovely place to enjoy a tasting platter. Read more in our review.
Find 506 Metricup Road, Wilyabrup.
The Colony Concept, Metricup (Modern Australian)
The Colony Concept offers all things honey! The farm gate has a store, an educational area and a tasting area – with assorted local honey and honey wine (mead) to try. The buzz is their casual restaurant is also worth a try. Read more in our review.
Find The Colony Concept at 62 Harmans Mill road, Metricup
Happs Winery, Dunsborough (Picnics)
The wonderfully rustic Happs Winery is home to a cellar door, a pottery and one of the most colourful gardens we have seen! The staff are friendly, and certainly know their stuff when it comes to wine. Whatever your preferred tipple – sparkling, sweet, dry or preservative free – you’ll find a favourite. Plus they offer local artisan made food to purchase and enjoy picnic style on their lush lawns. Read more in our review.
Find Happs at 575 Commonage Rd, Dunsborough
Fishbone Wines, Wilyabrup (Japanese)
Fishbone has your classic offering of quality Margaret River wines, though here they are best enjoyed in their adjoining sushi restaurant. The Japanese menu has so many tasty share morsels to choose from. Larger meals like ramen bowls, salad and fried rice are also available. Dine outside on the terrace, with a view over the rolling lawns and countryside. Read more in our review.
Find 422 Harmans Mill Road (Opposite Margaret River Chocolate Factory), Wilyabrup,
Barnyard 1978, Yallingup (Italian/Mod Aus)
The Barnyard 1978 restaurant is a lovely place to lunch. Barnyard 1978 doesn’t just do great food and wine. They also have numerous different types of honey that you can try and buy, as well as their homemade pasta. Overall, it’s a little bit quirky, and definitely worth a visit. Read more in our review.
Find at 12 Canal Rocks Road, Yallingup
Have we missed your favourite must-try Margaret River winery restaurant or cafe? Let us know in the comments below.
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