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Yering Station was originally established in 1838 as Victoria's first vineyard and today, this family owned Winery Tourism Complex is reaching new heights.

Beyond the manicured gardens lies the contemporary stone edifice, which houses the Wine Bar Restaurant and the winemaking facilities, seen through the viewing platforms. The restaurant's cuisine is modern with the emphasis on regional produce.

The seasonal menu is designed to compliment Yering Station wines. The converted old winery building comprises a Produce Store show casing local produce, dynamic Art Gallery raising money for the Royal children's hospital, Matt's Bar the perfect place to enjoy a casual glass of wine with a gourmet snack and the Cellar Door.

This is where you can taste the full range of the estate's award-winning wines, Barak's Bridge, Yering Station and Yarra Edge, along with the critically acclaimed traditional method, Yarrabank.

Amongst other things, the barn hosts the forever-popular Regional Farmers market every 3rd Sunday of the month. Yering Station operates seven days.

'Yering Station is set on the site of the valley's first vineyard, planted in 1838, and it is now one of the most impressive stops on any Yarra Valley tour. The winery/restaurant/wine bar must be seen to be believed - great views, delicious food and excellent service create quite a package. The wines are all good and the Yarrabank sparkling is one of the country's finest.' STUART GREGOR

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Local directions:

Travel out of Melbourne on the Eastern Freeway exit at sprinvale road, turning to the right. Follow Springavle road until you reach the Maroondah Highway and turn left. Follow the Maroondah Highway through the suburbs of Ringwood, Croydon, Chirnside Park, Lilydale and Coldstream. After Coldstream you will come to a fork in the road, take the left fork which is the Melba Highway. We are 6 kilometres up the the road on the right.

  • Car park
  • Catering
  • Child activities
  • Coach parking
  • Shaded area
  • Sheltered area
  • Viewing platform
  • Wine tasting
Tourism awards:
  • 2005 - Victorian Tourism Awards - Hall Of Fame
Opening hours:

Closed Christmas Day.

  • Open 7 days
  • Tourism Alliance Victoria
  • Visitor Information Centre