Visit West Cape Howe Wines
Call into our cellar door on your next trip to the Great Southern. Our winery and cellar door is located on the picturesque ‘Langton’ property, just 10 minutes west of Mount Barker on the Muir Highway.
Our Cellar Door is open 7 days a week. We have a huge range of wines available for tasting plus there’s our delicious coffee, from beans roasted on site. We also offer freshly made pizzas and platters to share. Seating is limited, so please ring to book. Enjoy the open fire in winter, or the expansive lawn area outside. Pet friendly.
For large parties (eg 8 or more) or special requests, please contact us in advance.
Mon - Fri 10:00 - 5:00
Sat/Sun 11:00 - 4:00
Mon - Fri 9:00 - 4:30
Welcome to the Mount Barker Visitor Centre - home of the premier visitor information service in the Shire of Plantagenet.
Along with our unique, locally sourced “Taste of Mt Barker” Gift Shop, we aim to promote and support tourism in the Great Southern Region
Open 7 days a week, the Mount Barker Visitor Centre is a fully accredited Local Tourism Organisation (LTO), run by Mount Barker Tourism Incorporated and supported by the Shire of Plantagenet.
Open weekdays 9am - 4pm and weekends / public holidays 10am - 3pm
Galafrey Wines was established 1977 in Mount Barker and is one of the Pioneering labels of the Western Australian Wine Industry, with unique wines and a Dry Grown Vineyard.
Cellar Door Open daily 10am-5pm during peak season.
Friday- Monday during Winter -Spring 10am - 5pm
We are fourth-generation farmers. Our vines, planted in 1985, draw from the rich soils of the Great Southern region of Western Australia. We produce award-winning cool climate Riesling, Chardonnay, Shiraz and Cabernet.
Our cellar door and cafe are located 10 min north of Mt Barker of Albany Hwy. With stunning views of the Porongorups, artwork from local artists, and a culinary garden to stroll through, Gilberts is the perfect place for a long lunch, a quick bite or a lazy afternoon of wine and cheese... Keep an eye open for our special music days throughout the year!
Hawker Ridge Wines is a family-owned and operated vineyard, situated in Kendenup, Western Australia in the Mt Barker wine district. The vineyard is a few quiet kilometres from the Kendenup township, 70 kilometres north of Albany and the Southern Ocean, and 20 kilometres from Mt Barker. The climate is cool and dry with warm summers.
From the vineyard, there are sensational views north-east to the Stirling Ranges and south-east to the Porongurups. Gentle sea breezes blow from the southwest and southeast, and on summer evenings cool air flows down from the slopes of the Stirling Ranges. The vineyard sits atop a local high point on well-drained gravelly loam, rich in lime and free of salt. It is an ideal location for growing cool-climate Shiraz and Riesling.
We first planted vines of Shiraz and Riesling at Hawker Ridge in September 2001, and the first vintages were harvested in 2004. Our wines are made in Mt Barker by acclaimed winemaker Mike Garland.
Castle Rock Estate is nestled on the eastern slopes of the Porongurup Range and is named after a prominent nearby landmark, in the Great Southern wine region of Western Australia. The vineyard has a cool and elevated north-easterly aspect, resulting in intensely flavoured wines, particularly Riesling,
Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Castle Rock Estate was established in 1983 by Angelo and Wendy Diletti and is now run by their son Rob.
Plantagenet Wines embodies the best of Western Australia with its distinctive wines of finesse and elegance.
Three drops make for perfection. Take one drop of luxurious olive oil, a drop of delightful wine and blend with a drop of clear spring water. The result is 3drops, Mount Barker's premium producer of wine and olive oil.
The creation of 3drops has been an evolutionary process. It started life as a traditional Mount Barker family farm where 3drops owner Joanne Bradbury grew up and over the years has been crafted to become one of WA's most acclaimed producers of olive oil and distinctive regional wines.
3drops is situated at Mount Barker, in the heart of the Western Australia's Great Southern wine region. The original 3drops vineyard comprises 15 fertile hectares. The 1982 planted Patterson vineyard was acquired by 3drops in 2007 and together these vineyards provide a range of premium fruit for our range of wines.
3drops is fortunate to have a long-standing team of Viticulturist, Ray Williams and Winemaker, Rob Diletti.
Ray was responsible for planting our Wragg Road vineyard 22 years ago. Since that time Ray has undertaken all 3drops viticulture including management of our older Patterson vineyard. Rob Diletti, one of WA's most highly regarded winemakers, has been expertly crafting our wines since 2003.
Poacher's Ridge is a family-owned and operated vineyard just outside of Mount Barker, in the Great Southern town of Narrikup. With only 20 acres under vine, we're about the smallest single estate vineyard you can find, and located in one of the world's largest wine regions. As much as possible, we take a minimalist approach and hand tend the vines that we quite literally live by. With this philosophy, we produce exceptional cool-climate wines, driven by the terroir, governed by the seasons and a faithful expression of the land we call home.
The amazing views of the Stirling Range inspired the name ARCADIA, much used in Greek and Roman poetry as a place where people were believed to enjoy the perfect life. For us, it's a place to enjoy good wine, good food and good friends. The ever-changing panorama of the Stirling Range makes for the perfect setting in which to do just that.
When we first travelled to Kendenup we discovered our own piece of rural paradise. ARCADIA is a family run single vineyard on Red Gum Pass Road, Kendenup Western Australia. The vineyard was first planted in 1997 on slopes that dip into the picturesque creek known locally as Dead Man’s Creek.
This runs on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9am - 1pm.
Stirling Range National Park is a national park in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, approximately 337 kilometres southeast of Perth.
Bluff Knoll is the highest peak of the Stirling Range in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. It is 1,099 metres above sea level, Although Bluff Knoll is sometimes claimed to be the highest point in Western Australia, the highest peak is actually Mount Meharry in Karijini National Park in the Hamersley Range, which is 1,249 metres above sea level.
Bluff Knoll is the highest Peak of the Stirling Range in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
It is 1,099 metres above sea level.
Lake Poorrarecup, north of Mount Barker, is an enormous freshwater lake with sandy beaches that presents a glorious setting for a myriad of activities. Enjoy a swim in the tantalising calm waters or sunbathe on the soft sandy beach. Children will feel safe thanks to the gentle sloping shorelines.
Launch your boat from the boat ramp and spend the day sailing the huge expanse of water. Watching the prolific displays of the resident water birds and enjoy the idyllic surroundings. Alternatively, join many of the locals and water-ski or canoe on the calm flat water.
Serve up a feast at the shaded picnic facilities before returning to the water or exploring the area on foot. Take a walk along the nature trail to explore the bushland and keep an eye out for various orchids that grow here.
Complete the perfect day out watching the magnificent sunset over the lake. Lake Poorrarecup is a 30-minute drive from Kendenup Cottages and Lodge.