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Werribee Wine District

Werribee Wine District includes wineries in the Geelong Wine Region near the town of Werribee on the Princes Highway, located about 20 km east of Geelong, and north-west of Melbourne at the north end of Port Phillip. Some of the many townships in the area include: Werribee, Werribee Park, Wynham Vale and Hoppers Crossing. Local wineries in the area include: Iramoo Plains Vineyard and Shadowfax Winery. Werribee has many wonderful of facilities and a wide range of attractions and activities. South of the town centre is the renowned Werribee Park, which attracts many major tourists to the area. It includes the superbly restored Werribee Park Mansion and the Werribee Open Range Zoo. About eleven kilometres south of the Werribee town centre near the mouth of the Werribee River is Werribee South Beach that has many features such as boat ramps, jetties, beautiful foreshore area and lovely stretches of sandy beach that is ideal for swimming and fishing. Visit Point Cook, located just east of Werribee, is the home of the famous RAAF aviation museum and the The Point Cook Coastal Park which includes a delightful bluestone homestead, an information centre and a fascinating cafe. Local attractions include: # Point Cook Homestead # Wyndham Cultural Centre # Werribee Plaza # Harvest Picnic at Werribee Park # Weerama - an annual district celebration with lots of entertainment and activities including a street procession.

The Geelong Wine Region includes eight districts : Waurn Ponds ; Colac ; Curlewis ; Bellarine ; Werribee ; Lethbridge ; Bannockburn ; Batesford

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Shadowfax Wines, VIC  K Road, Werribee VIC 3030
Shadowfax`s unique, contemporary architecture reflects an attempt to create a harmony between the winery and its natural surroundings. Shadowfax`s rusted sheet metal exterior and its terra cotta interior evoke the best of our Australian wine heritage. Yet the winery is a state-of-the art development. None of the meticulous processes that are required for the making of fine wine have been overlooke...