Top 3 Places for a Tipple Near Mandurah
It may not be as well known for its wineries and breweries as the Swan Valley, but the Peel Region has plenty of hidden (and not so hidden) gems tucked away in the stunning surrounds. Here are our fave three places for a tipple in the Peel Region.
Cape Bouvard Winery
Established in 1990, the Cape Bouvard Winery & Brewery is a winery and boutique brewery just a 20-minute drive south of Mandurah. The venue is surrounded by grassed lawns, set in a grove of large Tuart and Willow Trees on the edge of Yalgorup National Park. Enjoy a meal from the on-site restaurant and sample some of the local brews. Their Thorny Devil range of craft beers are a must try, having been awarded 18 medals for their beers between the Perth Royal Show and the Australian International Beer Awards.
If you like your wines with a view, then you’ll be right at home at Millbrook Winery. Here, you can savour the award-winning wines in a stunning setting within the Serpentine National Park. To complement the fine wines, Millbrook Winery offers a unique ‘from the property’ menu, which changes regularly to incorporate fresh, seasonal produce.
In addition to the main attraction (the wine!), Millbrook also has an active orchard, olive grove, sparkling lakes, plus marron and trout dams that can be explored.
Three Rivers Brewing Company
This Greenfields microbrewery has a simple philosophy that the beer-loving public deserves better than mass-produced beer made from cheap ingredients, and we certainly agree! Beers produced by Three Rivers contain no additives, no preservatives, no colours and no cheap sugar. For lovers of craft beer, this local brewery is a must!