The Canberra District covers a large geographical area made up of 3 subregions. The three grape growing areas are Murrumbateman/Yass, Hall and the ACT and Bungendore/Lake George.
Murrumbateman and Yass
A pleasant 40-minute drive along the Barton Highway brings you to the picturesque Murrumbateman area, where you can visit more than 10 wineries, admire historic buildings, and try regional produce at the delicious cafes and restaurants.
Hall and the ACT
No more than 10 minutes’ drive from Canberra’s city centre are three cellar doors offering high quality wines and great views of Canberra. The wineries in the rolling hills of Hall provide magnificent vistas of the Brindabella Mountains. The perfect place to relax with a glass of wine and take in the surrounds.
Bungendore, Wamboin and Lake George
Along the Federal Highway to the north of the city, the Lake George vignerons produce fabulous wines, and there are plenty of award-winning restaurants and great wine bars in and around the historic villages of Gundaroo and Collector, where you can relax and meet the locals. The high altitude wineries around the historic town of Bungendore and the Wamboin region offer beautiful scenic outlooks, as well as outstanding wines and delicious restaurants.