Overview

Geographe Wine Region is a Region of great diversity. On one side bordered by the Indian Ocean in the West starting at the base of Geographe Bay and heading East it passes over the hills and scarp behind Bunbury through the stone fruit and apple orchards in the East to Balingup then heading North to the citrus and dairying areas of Harvey. Read more

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Geographe Wine Region is a Region of great diversity. On one side bordered by the Indian Ocean in the West starting at the base of Geographe Bay and heading East it passes over the hills and scarp behind Bunbury through the stone fruit and apple orchards in the East to Balingup then heading North to the citrus and dairying areas of Harvey.

Geographe Wine Region is a cohesive and yet geographically diverse place of predominantly smaller vineyards and wineries owned and operated by the people you meet at the cellar doors and Wine Shows and Exhibitions. The people behind the wine labels of Geographe are passionate and proud of their Region and what it produces and also where Geographe wines are placed in the Australian and world wine scene.

Geographe has four distinct wine-producing districts, Harvey, Ferguson Valley, Donnybrook and Capel. These embody a range of soil types but it is the influence of the cooling afternoon sea breezes off the Geographe Bay that drives the wine style that is distinctively Geographe.

Sub Regions Capel Includes Capel, the Capel River Valley through to Busselton Donnybrook Includes Donnybrook, Paynedale, Brookhampton, Lowden, Mumbalup, Newlands, Yabberup and Noggerup. Harvey Includes Harvey, Myalup and Preston Beach Ferguson Valley’ Includes Ferguson, Dardanup, Henty, Paradise, Burekup, Crooked Brook and Wellington Mills