Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

Bask in the fruits of farming country on a journey across the Wheatbelt, where you’ll meet the makers of the freshest produce and delicious drops before soaking in the serenity of starry outback skies. By DANIELLE COSTLEY

Farming country, now owned by Tania and Jared Bray who purchased the property in 2011 and tend to the five-acre plot with devotion. free spirited for the V enture inland to the Wheatbelt where pastures stretch across vast plains and crops grow in abundance to discover a wealth of enchanting local wine and food destinations, where the produce is as fresh as it comes. All it takes to become enamoured is one quick stop at the tiny Walkers Hill Vineyard , located in Lake Grace, where you will meet the owners and discover what makes this winery so inspiring. Established in 1995, Walkers Hill Vineyard grows Chardonnay and Shiraz grapes at Western Australia’s most inland winery;

“We can experience frost periods and low rainfall in the Wheatbelt, so we often ship in water to replenish the vines and nurture them through the important growing period during the dry summer months,” says Tania. While the vineyard is renowned for its Shiraz, the Brays have been experimenting with Chardonnay and Shiraz blends, resulting in its recently released Rosé. Stop in for a complimentary wine tasting or book ahead for an à la carte lunch or dinner

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