Wyanga Park Winery, established in 1970, is ideally located on the banks of the North arm, the best kept secret of the Gippsland Lakes, and only a 10km drive from the lakeside/seaside holiday resort of Lakes Entrance.

Originally opened by the Stubbs family and called Lulgra, Geoff Mahlook and Andrew Smith took over operations in 1982, and renamed the Winery, Wyanga Park.

Wyanga Park grows its own grapes and makes its own distinctive wines, all available for free tasting. Offering visitors a relaxed tasting of the wines, you may try such varieties as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, or something more unusual such as Gewurztraminer

Visitors by road can sample the wines, and/or dine in the café, or enjoy the sunny balconies. Devonshire teas, great coffee and delicious tasting platters are available all day. Locally made jams and condiments, postcards and unusual, spectacular paintings by our resident artist are also on sale.

The food and wine is fresh, regional and delicious and you will be sure to find a wine to match every dish.

Managing directors  - Geoff & Lyndel Mahlook

Wine maker and vigneron – Matthew Mahlook

Restaurant and events manager – Sarah Jenkins

We offer free wine tasting 7 days from 9am – 5pm

Our café is open for lunch 7 days from 12-2:30 and coffee, scones and platters from 10 – 3:30

We have an exhibition of local artists adorning our walls, and house made jams, sauces, greeting cards and gift packs available for purchase.

248 Baades Road (PO Box 247)

Lakes Entrance, VIC, 3909

Ph: (03) 5155 1508