Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard produces award winning easy drinking Shiraz, boutique Chambourcin wines, and popular fortified reds [ports] made solely from grapes grown on the property. Wine tastings are different, and conducted in a very relaxed and informal manner: outdoors under a large jacaranda tree around a barrel with an open fire on cold days: in summer either outdoors, in the shade or even in the Barrel Room at 15-18 degrees Celsius on the very hot days!... more
Four picnic areas are provided and visitors are welcome to bring their own food and enjoy the facilities, views and peace. There is a walking track through the vineyard and the range of natural trees and dams on the 24 hectare property are home to a wide variety of birds: occasionally kangaroos graze on the property. The property has superb views of the Dividing Range, Mount French and six other prominent landmarks.
Weddings and functions are hosted at the Vineyard together with an annual Jazz in the Vineyard and several other events - local bands, Rockabilly, Sunset ANZAC,
The vineyard has established a strong reputation for hospitality, quality, and generosity of spirit and is a very pleasant spot to linger.... less
As the vineyard and the remaining area of the property is a working farm, children require parental/adult supervision at all times as tractors, and equipment may be operating.
The carpark is connected by road access right to the Cellar Door area to facilitate disabled access. A unisex disabled toilet is available. Picnic areas have vehicle access to the table sites. Disabled access is available into the vineyard proper to view fruit, vines and viticulture practices.
Yes. The vineyard has two Alaskan Malamutes as the vineyard dogs, therefore, any visiting pet dogs must be on leads and well restrained, to avoid any clashes with two dogs that are very large and intensely loyal to their owner. Please do not bring cats, guinea pigs or pet birds onto the property.
There is no charge for wine tastings nor for the use of the picnic tables and facilities. For those visitors who ring ahead and arrange a visit, complimentary cheese platters are provided.
Several local hotels provide a la carte meals, two hotels provide meals delivered to the vineyard and a leading cafe in Boonah also provides meals by arrangement. Visitors are welcome to bring their own lunches and morning teas.
How To Get There
Proceed to Boonah; take the Boonah-Rathdowney Road south towards Rathdowney, pass the Dugandan Hotel, pass the aerodrome, continue about three kilometres, turn right into Bunjurgen Road, the vineyard is on the right three and a half kilometres from the Boonah-Rathdowney Road turnoff. Easily seen and well signposted, the distinctive black hail netting is easily visible as well as the neat farmhouse and distinctive cattle rail fence - turn right into Brent Road and enter the car park, 50 metres from the Brent Road corner by turning right.
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