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Southern Forests Wine Trail, Manjimup & Pemberton

2WD inSouth West

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Blackwood River Valley, Bunbury Geographe & Collie, Great Southern, Margaret River Region, Southern Forests

  • Multiple day
  • 130 km

Take the road less travelled and discover the Manjimup and Pemberton Wine Regions - a hidden jewel in the Southern Forests of Australia’s South West. Awaiting you on the Southern Forests Wine Trail is an eclectic range of cellar doors in spectacular settings where tranquil, unhurried wine tasting experiences are on offer.

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Trail Start

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Chestnut Grove Wines, Chestnut Grove Road, (off Perup) Manjimup which is 300km (3.5 hours) south of Perth

Trail End

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10 Chains Estate, 89 Charlie Rd, CROWEA 6262

Chestnut Grove is a family owned and operated vineyard, that takes great pride in turning premium grape varieties into wines of distinction. Join them at the cellar door where you can taste the range and purchase estate grown red and white wines, verjuice, extra virgin olive oil, as well as unique oakware made from their retired barrels, scented candles and seasonally available and locally sourced condiments.

Chestnut Grove Road, Manjimup Western Australia 6258 (off Perup Road)

Monday to Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm. Weekends by appointment

www.chestnutgrove.com.au
home@chestnutgrove.com.au
08 9772 4255

Experience a memorable boutique wine tasting at Woodgate Wines family owned and operated cellar door and vineyard. A diverse range of wines featuring classic styles and alternative varieties. Talk with the winemaker in a relaxed atmosphere, learn about the stories and history of the region. Local seasonal produce and woodcraft also available for sale. There is an activity corner for the kids and they are welcome to feed the horses.

43 Hind Road, Deanmill Western Australia 6258

Thursday – Saturday and Public holidays 10.00 am – 4.30 pm, Sunday 12.30pm – 5.00pm. Monday - Wednesday by appointment.

www.woodgatewines.com.au
mail@woodgatewines.com.au
0412 027 992, 08 9772 4288

A visit to the Southern Forests isn’t complete without a truffle and wine experience at this beautiful property in the heart of Australia’s premier truffle region. Learn and interact with The Truffle & Wine Co’s knowledgeable staff and savour in locally sourced food and Truffle Hill Wines. During truffle season – June to August – experience the magic of their truffle hunt tours (bookings essential).

490 Seven Day Rd Manjimup Western Australia 6258

7 days a week, 10.00am - 4.00pm

truffleandwine.com.au
stuart@twc.com.au
08 9777 2474

Tall Timbers prides itself on being able to showcase the regions wide range of wines, ciders and gourmet products. With a centralised cellar door, you can taste award winning single vineyard and reserve wines from boutique wineries that often do not have cellar doors. Tall Timbers offers beautifully prepared all day dining, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in-between.

88 Giblett Street Manjimup Western Australia 6258.

Monday - Friday 11.00am - Until Late
Saturday 8.00am - Until Late
Sunday 8.00am - Until Late

www.talltimbersmanjimup.com.au, info@talltimbersmanjimup.com.au
08 9777 2052

Established in 1987, Mountford Wines and Tangletoe Cider are now one of the regions oldest vineyards, producing fruit with true intensity and complexity. This is due to careful organic vineyard practice since inception and continual sound environmental care. Meet the winemakers, sample the range and learn about these practices that have enabled expression from vineyard to bottle ensuring all their wines and ciders retain their essence of place.

Bamess Road, Pemberton Western Australia, 6260

Friday to Monday 10.00am – 4.00pm. 7 days a week during school holidays. By appointment outside these times.

www.mountfordwines.com.au, mail@mountfordwines.com.au
08 9776 1345

Silkwood Estate is in the breathtaking wine growing region of Pemberton. At Silkwood Estate, they make wines that reflect the beauty and health of the land around them - wines with elegance, power, and clarity of fruit. Their award-winning wines, highly regarded restaurant and five-star chalet accommodation showcase the very best that Pemberton and the Southern Forests region has to offer.

2280 Channybearup Road Pemberton Western Australia 6260

Friday to Monday 10.00am - 4.00pm, Friday evenings from 6:30pm.

www.silkwoodestate.com.au, silkwood@silkwoodestate.com.au
08 9776 1535


Perched on top of the rolling hills, amongst neighbouring truffle and avocado farms you will find the charming Jarrah Jacks Brewery and Woodsmoke Estate. A family friendly venue where children can slide down the hill on cardboard or play inside whilst you enjoy a delicious lunch and boutique beers made on the premises. If you are lucky, you might see the brewers working the brewery.

Find us
64 Kemp Road Pemberton, Western Australia, 6260

Thursday - Sunday 11.00am - 5.00pm. 6 days a week during school holidays (closed Wednesdays). Available for functions. Check website for public holiday closures.

www.jarrahjacks.com.au
info@jarrahjacks.com.au
08 9776 1333

Hidden River is nestled in the undulating hills of Pemberton with views of the karri forests and avocado farms which can be enjoyed from the restaurant and cellar door. Taste the range of red, white and fortified wines at the cellar door before sitting down to a delicious lunch in the restaurant. Find the estate near Big Brook Dam on the Karri Forest Explorer Drive.

156 Mullineaux Road, Pemberton, Western Australia 6260

Wednesday to Sunday 10.00am - 4.00pm. Check website for closures and menu.

www.hiddenriver.com.au, hiddenriverestate@gmail.com
08 9776 1437

The pinnacle of cool climate quality, Lost Lake Wines is situated in the picturesque Eastbrook Valley, in the heart of Pemberton’s agricultural land. Come and meet the owner and winemaker, who proudly produces, estate grown and made red and white wines, as well as Tickled Pink and Green with Envy Cider made on site from friends and neighbours locally grown fruit.

14591 Vasse Highway, Eastbrook, Pemberton Western Australia 6260.

Saturday and Sunday, 11.00am - 4.00pm. By appointment outside these times.

www.lostlake.com.au,
info@lostlake.com.au
08 9776 1251

Nestled among the towering Karri forests, visit the well-established 10 Chains Estate vineyard, named in recognition of the early pioneers who first settled the region. They were robust, fiercely independent and of good solid character - just as their wines are today. Discover something special off the beaten track at this idyllic cellar door featuring local stone, providing a warm relaxed environment where you can enjoy the range of estate wines.

89 Charlie Road, Crowea Western Australia, 6262.
2WD accessible along 2kms of gravel

Friday to Sunday 12.00pm - 5.00pm. By appointment outside these times.

www.tenchains.com.au,
sales@tenchains.com.au
0488 183 770
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Take the road less travelled and discover the Manjimup and Pemberton Wine Regions - a hidden jewel in the Southern Forests of Australia’s South West.

This largely undiscovered, unheralded area produces some of the finest cool climate wines to be had anywhere in the world. There is an eclectic range of cellar doors in spectacular settings where tranquil, unhurried wine tasting experiences are on offer. Visitors can talk with the wine maker, grower or owner of the business at a leisurely pace with beautiful scenic drives traversing undulating orchards and farms, towering forests, lush pastures and blue skies in between.

The relaxed pace and the friendliness of the local people willing to give you their time, tell their stories and the history of the region will make the Southern Forests Wine Trail a unique experience.

These genuine, down to earth, family run wineries and cellar doors will bring you back to the romance of what the wine tasting experience used to be like once upon a time.

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Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.

Time / Duration

2 days

Length

130km if you do the entire route

What To Pack

Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.

Trail Start

Chestnut Grove Wines, Chestnut Grove Road, (off Perup) Manjimup which is 300km (3.5 hours) south of Perth

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Trail End

10 Chains Estate, 89 Charlie Rd, CROWEA 6262

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Facilities

Facilities will vary at each establishment so check ahead if you require wheelchair access.
  • Access without assistance for the Disabled
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Cafe
  • Camping
  • Car Park
  • Lookouts
  • Parking for Disabled
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Telephone
  • Public Toilet
  • Sheltered Area
  • Shop
  • Toilet Facilities for Disabled
  • View Platform
  • Visitor Information Centre
  • Water Access Points

Best time of year

All year round - check individual business operating hours

Trail Access

Road and bus to Manjimup and Pemberton. 2WD.

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3 trail goers have rated Southern Forests Wine Trail, Manjimup & Pemberton as 5 out of 5!

We love to hear from people who've been on our Western Australian trails, so it would be most appreciated it if you wanted to leave a review.

Gemma Edwards

Reviewed 8 Feb 2018, 8:56am

A great way to spend a day or weekend exploring the Southern Forests region. Quality wine, delicious food and genuine people. What more could you ask for?!
Wine Lover

Reviewed 4 Feb 2018, 2:41pm

I found the region to be incredibly beautiful. I had no idea there was so much amazing produce and the wines so elegant.
Wine Lover

Reviewed 4 Feb 2018, 2:29pm

Amazing Wines and Food

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