Located in the Nagambie Lakes region of central Victoria, Tahbilk remains as Australia’s and the world’s top family-owned wineries.
If you love walking trails, Tahbilk Wetlands Eco Trails is for you! After its reconstruction in 1995, there are now additional walking paths, docking points, timber boardwalks and bird hides.
The intricate webs of billabongs (also known as a backwater channel) that form the Tahbilk Wetlands Eco Trails have become creeks. It is nature at its finest in Tahbilk, therefore visitors are encouraged to take a stroll along the historic Long Bridge, explore different boardwalks and walking paths, or relax on a Tahbilk Eco Cruise which comes with guided commentary. Anticipate a 30-45 minutes cruise in the comfort of environmental friendly boats whilst enjoying the breathtaking scenery.
Tahbilk has clinched multiple international awards with its impressive winery, therefore make sure to go for The Cellar Door tasting as your taste buds will be tantalised with the sampling of Tahbilk wines on offer. As you follow the stairs down The Cellar Door, you will also discover the Tahbilk Underground Cellar which holds the red wine cellar built by James Escott Purbick.
At Tahbilk Café, all food served is made with only the freshest and highest-quality ingredients. With the aim of providing visitors an authentic experience in a serene environment, Tahbilk Café is one that will bring smiles to the faces of customers with their food cooked with expertise and love.
From wineries to sightseeing, walking trails and comfort food, it is without a doubt that Tahbilk promises a unique experience like no other.