Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

Autumn in the vines – perfect for touring, cycling, weddings and tastings »

Plan your wine country travels and check out the latest tips and vintage happenings

Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

Autumn, Easter and ANZAC Day are here, and for many of Australia's wine regions, it's the best season of the year – still warm and sunny, perfect for lunches, weddings, concerts, cycling and just relaxing and enjoying a break in wine country. Find out what's on here »

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Vintage 2015 – around Australia's wine regions »

Your quick link guide to vintage reports as they come in

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Early predictions from around wine country indicate a very good vintage 2015 for many. As reports come in from around the country, we'll be publishing them individually. Here's your quick link guide to regional vintage reports for #V15 »

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Recipe: Quandong Couscous from The Outback Chef by Jude Mayall

Food, cooking and dining finds

In The Outback Chef Jude Mayall helps us make the most of the unique flavours in Australian native herbs, spices, fruits, nuts and berries. Get your taste buds wandering this wide brown land with this recipe for Australian Quandong Couscous! »

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The Good Life – vines by the sea »

Part 1 of an extract from Almost an Island: The story of Robe by Liz Harfull

Seasonal gems from our website

Robe is a small village tucked away on South Australia's rugged Limestone Coast. From Australia's busiest port in the 1850s, to seaside health resort, home of one of the world's oldest surfing competition, it's now home to some fine wines.

In part 1 of an extract from Almost an Island: The story of Robe, Liz Harfull talks about Robe’s growing reputation for fine wines influenced by the sea »

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