Dingo Creek Facilities
On arrival at Dingo Creek Vineyard you will notice the cellar door that has been built in keeping with the Traveston area’s rich gold and timber heritage.
Having been built out of mixed hard wood it reflects the early architecture with shiplap walls of vertical timber and pole formation.
The bar has been constructed out of corrugated iron with a local blue gum slab as a bar top.
We will guide you through our range of boutique wines and Liqueurs including our very popular Honey Mead, in a relaxed and informed atmosphere, helping to make your experience at Dingo Creek a memorable one.
The expansive deck is covered and able to seat 60 for functions, from weddings to Christmas parties. Informal gatherings are also catered for with beer and spirits also available to purchase along with Dingo Creek Vineyards wine.
A large area surrounding the cellar door enables large events to be held in comfort such as the Wine Jazz and Blues festival held each year and the Opera in the Vineyard. We welcome other organisations to hold fundraising events at the vineyard.
If you are a wine and nature lover Dingo Creek Vineyard is for you.
Set in a natural setting the vineyard has been planted with Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc. The first vines were planted in 1997 and the cellar door facility was opened in 2000. David takes care of the viticultural side of the vineyard but when it comes to vintage it is one in all in and the whole family gets involved.
We are very aware of the importance of using ecologically sustainable viticultural practices in the vineyard, by being aware of this we believe we are ensuring the continued viability of our land, not just for ourselves but also for future generations to come.
The vineyard and cellar door area is very popular for wedding photo’s and family portraits.