Banrock Station

Conserving the planet, while making beautiful wine, has always been the critical goal of this much-loved and internationally recognised Riverland brand.

Who are Banrock Station?

Banrock Station doesn’t just make your favourite wines—it’s an environmental wonder.

Even driving into its Wine and Wetland Centre (at Kingston on Murray) feels like you’re heading into another untouched world, just how the environmentally-conscious managers like it. When you arrive to see its naturally-inspired architecture and 270-degree wetland views, you immediately feel at peace with your surrounds.

The Banrock team have curated an experience that you’ll never forget. So whether you want to sit for a guided wine tasting, reserve a breakfast spot on the deck, take a walk along the wetland trails, or enjoy a gourmet picnic on the boardwalk—you can do it all with ease.

Banrock Station always blows people away when they arrive. The best part of my job is seeing their faces when they take in the sheer size and beauty of our property.

Amy Kelly – Cellar Door Manager

Why you’ll love their produce…

With every bottle of wine sold contributing funds to environmental charities around Australia—you’ll never feel quite so good about drinking your favourite drop.

Even better, is that Banrock Station’s 14 popular varieties of wine, are perfect for any palate. Banrock Station has a drop for everyone, including their most popular wine, Moscato (which is lightly spritz), but other favourites include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Rose, Shiraz, Cab Merlot, Shiraz Cabernet and others. Their wine grapes are grown on site, and all of their wine is sustainably produced (even their bottles are more lightweight than most, meaning they use less energy to produce and transport!).

Make sure you put aside plenty of time for your Banrock visit. To make the most of your day here, you should grab some of the local Riverland produce and build your own picnic (including the locally sourced and spiced almonds) to take with you along the 8km wetland trail. Otherwise, for those looking to stay at the cellar door, dine for a breakfast or lunch meal, and be guided through a tasting of four Banrock Wines with the expert cellar door team—all while you marvel at the brilliant view over the vast wetlands and wildlife.

Wines by Banrock Station
Fast facts about Banrock Station

Lightweight bottles use less energy to make and transport, giving them a smaller carbon footprint than standard glass.

Cellar door has views over 10km of walking trails through restored wetlands.

Wetlands provide a haven for over 17,000 native plants, animals and threatened birdlife.

Extra Tasty Fact

Over the last 20 years, Banrock has contributed $6m to over 130 conservation projects across 13 countries.


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