Discover a land where coffee is an art form and every state is littered with award-winning restaurants and wineries. Whether it’s bush tucker reimagined or a menu that is exclusively paddock to plate, Australia is a foodie destination with imagination.
Home to myriad world-famous chefs and internationally renowned wineries, Australia’s culinary ventures are fearless and ever-evolving. Championing fresh, local ingredients, with a love for fusion that represents its multicultural population, visitors will find incredible food adventures, wonderful craft breweries, distilleries and wineries in every corner of the country.
The Margaret River region south of Perth offers a unique combination of two of Australia’s very best assets – pristine beaches and premium wineries. Located three hours south of Perth and with hundreds of miles of coast fringed by rugged bushland, the region provides for plenty of adventure off the beaten track including world renowned surf breaks. Back on dry land you’ll find an array of top quality food and wines, with over 120 wineries. And while the region produces less than 3 per cent of Australia's wine, it accounts for more than a fifth of its premium wine.
A world-class wine district and home to one of Australia’s oldest and most prestigious producers, Penfolds, the Barossa Valley boasts an incredible array of food and wine offerings just an hour’s drive from Adelaide. Among the vibrant green hills lined with rows of vines you’ll find over 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors to explore with plenty of fresh produce served up daily by top restaurants.