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Holiday Type / Top five Australian wine regions

Wine is produced in every Australian state, and with almost 130 grape varieties and innovative wine-making techniques, Australia produces some of the world's finest wines. Explore the best places to stay to visit these famous wine regions.

The Louise

This luxury vineyard retreat stands atop a gentle hill overlooking the world famous Barossa Valley. Accommodation is provided by just fifteen suites, each with its own private terrace, soft contemporary furnishings and spacious en suite bathrooms. Acclaimed for its fine cuisine, the elegant Appellation restaurant offers wine paired menus accompanied, of course, by the very best of Barossa, Australian and world wines. Guests can discover over one hundred local wineries or simply soak up the views over the vines. Experiences include; private wine...

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Cape Lodge

Located in its own vineyard in the celebrated Margaret River wine region, Cape Lodge has recently been named Best Boutique Hotel in Australia. A country estate-style lodge, it is undoubtedly one of the country’s finest destinations, offering a swimming pool and choice of rooms and suites. The suites, which encircle a private lake, are exquisitely furnished with works of art from the owners’ own collection, and they are equally proud of their fourteen thousand bottle wine cellar. Enjoy new generation gourmet cuisine from a daily cha...

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Small, sophisticated and very special, the Islington features sumptuously furnished guest rooms mixing contemporary comforts with evocative elements of a bygone era. An in-room iPad comes complete with complimentary Wifi and there is a complimentary minibar. For the epitome of grand living, the Signature Room boasts a huge Austro-Hungarian Empire bed, opulent marble bathroom with heated floor, and an English-inspired garden. Fresh local produce is the focus of the epicurean fare served in the dining room, where meals are accompani...

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