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Wine & Wetland Centre

Situated in the heart of the Riverland, our vineyards and Ramsar accredited wetlands reflect our passion for good wine and dedication to protecting the environment. Come and experience our unique home. Experiences range from wine tasting, picnics, self-guided wetlands tours and even guided bird watching tours.
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    Monday to Sunday 9am - 4pm Public Holidays 9am - 4pm

    We're closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Good Friday.

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    (08) 8583 0299

Our Wine & Wetlands Centre

Experience our wine, food and nature

Take in the views as you taste some of our award-winning local wines at our cellar door, relax on the deck with a meal from our restaurant or venture on a walking trail to explore magnificently restored wetlands.

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Lunch Menu

Our Wetlands

Our wetlands are a vital part of the environment, acting as living water filters, nurseries of the valley. Our wetlands play a vital role in carbon capture, helping reduce the impacts of climate change. Combined, the lagoons cover over 250 hectares and the total site over 1,000 hectares, including mallee woodland.

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The Wine & Wetland Centre

Rammed earth walls on one side protect the building from the harsh summer sun. In addition, rooftop solar help us minimise our impact on the environment.

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Our Vineyards

The natural habitat zones on the property exist side-by-side with vineyards that comply with the highest environmental standards. This area of preserved natural beauty is what makes our brand and our wine unique.

Explore Our Wines

Pan 2 Plate Catering

Make some time to relax and sample the taste of honestly produced flavoursome wine at our cellar door. Find out more about our wine tastings and dining at Banrock.

Our Wetlands

Our wetlands are a vital part of the environment, acting as living water filters, nurseries of the valley. Our wetlands play a vital role in carbon capture, helping reduce the impacts of climate change. Combined, the lagoons cover over 250 hectares and the total site over 1,000 hectares, including mallee woodland.

Visit Our Wetlands

The Wine & Wetland Centre

Rammed earth walls on one side protect the building from the harsh summer sun. In addition, rooftop solar help us minimise our impact on the environment.

Visit Us

Our Vineyards

The natural habitat zones on the property exist side-by-side with vineyards that comply with the highest environmental standards. This area of preserved natural beauty is what makes our brand and our wine unique.

Explore Our Wines

Pan 2 Plate Catering

Make some time to relax and sample the taste of honestly produced flavoursome wine at our cellar door. Find out more about our wine tastings and dining at Banrock.

Our Wetlands

Discover our restored and protected Wetlands

Since 1994, we have been restoring the wetlands through reintroducing natural wetting and drying cycles in the wetland, planting thousands of native trees and shrubs, and creating a haven for native wildlife. One of South Australia’s natural wonders, our 1600 hectares of wetlands are designated as a site of international importance under the Ramsar Convention, an international treaty for the conservation and sustainable use of wetlands, and is considered a model for showcasing the advantages of combining private enterprise with environmental management and wetland conservation.
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What makes them unique

Flora & Fauna

Banrock Station is home to 171 species of birds, 49 species of reptiles, 18 species of mammals, 14 species of fish, 8 species of amphibians and 284 species of plants. Amongst these species are the vulnerable Regent Parrot, the Southern Bell Frog and the critically endangered Spiny Daisy.

Drying Management

Mimicking the seasonal cycle of drying and refilling the wetland area brings immense benefits to the native wildlife and flora. Drying the wetlands allows Banrock Station Wines to limit the invasion of European Carp and refreshes the wetland soil while rewetting the area replenishes the habitat for more than 300 animal and plant species during the spring months.

Solar Power

Banrock Station Cellar Door recently(Feb 2021) had new solar panels installed which will offset any electricity consumption at the site.

Flora & Fauna

Banrock Station is home to 171 species of birds, 49 species of reptiles, 18 species of mammals, 14 species of fish, 8 species of amphibians and 284 species of plants. Amongst these species are the vulnerable Regent Parrot, the Southern Bell Frog and the critically endangered Spiny Daisy.

Drying Management

Mimicking the seasonal cycle of drying and refilling the wetland area brings immense benefits to the native wildlife and flora. Drying the wetlands allows Banrock Station Wines to limit the invasion of European Carp and refreshes the wetland soil while rewetting the area replenishes the habitat for more than 300 animal and plant species during the spring months.

Solar Power

Banrock Station Cellar Door recently(Feb 2021) had new solar panels installed which will offset any electricity consumption at the site.

Our Rangers

Meet our conservation experts

Our rangers Tim and Owen, work alongside our winegrowers and nature to preserve and protect this internationally recognised area for future generations to enjoy.

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Want to know more about our Wine & Wetlands centre?

Check out our FAQs below or give us a call on +61 (08) 8329 4124