Great Alpine Road Visitor Guide

PAGE 72 | GREAT ALPINE ROAD VISITOR GUIDE LAKES ENTRANCE Located between the Colquhoun Forest and North Arm, just 10 kilometres from Lakes Entrance, Wyanga Park Winery is well worth seeking out by boat or car. First established in 1970, this familyowned winery is nestled in a lovely, elevated bush setting, and offers a relaxed tasting of its distinctive, award-winning, estate-grown wines, including chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, riesling, sauvignon blanc, pinot noir and Gewurztraminer. Delightful café A delightful café at the winery serves excellent Devonshire tea and coffee, as well as delicious tasting platters, which can be enjoyed inside, or out on the café’s sunny balconies. The café is open for lunch seven days a week, and offers an exciting Mexican-inspired dinner menu on Friday and Saturday nights. You can also purchase take-home house-made jams, sauces, greeting cards and gift packs, as well as paintings by the winery’s resident artist. Arrive by car or boat While Wyanga Park Winery is easily accessible by car, it also has its own jetty. So, if you have a boat, you can tie up there, or get there and back on a commercial cruise from Lakes Entrance aboard the comfortable cruise boat ‘Storm Bird’. Camp sites A small number of grassy, unpowered sites are available at no charge, for fully self-contained RVs, camper trailers and caravans. For details on cruises to and from the winery, camp sites, functions and events, menu, opening times and more, visit If the weather is fine, you can enjoy award-winning wine and a delicious tasting platter outside, to a soundtrack of local birdsong. The grapevines at Wyanga Park winery. The spacious café is adorned with paintings created by the winery’s resident artist. A fine local winery near Lakes Entrance WYANGA PARK WINERY 248 Baades Road, Lakes Entrance | 5155 1508 Lunch & wine tasting. Stormbird cruises to our winery. Call in to sample our wines, dine at our café or relax outside. PB10959