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Wyanga Park Winery, Lakes Entrance

(4.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Wyanga Park Winery is located in Lakes Entrance. To visit Wyanga Park Winery on your trip to Lakes Entrance, use our Lakes Entrance travel itinerary planner.
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  • Neil the boat captain was terrific, helped customers on and off the boat and gave a fantastic commentary, explained everything we were passing and told some funny stories. 
  • Boat cruise very informative. Tasting and meal very nice. Thoroughly enjoyed probably a bit pricey for families . 
  • Hidden gem. Got a boat cruise out from Lakes Entrance. Boat driver was a very nice man called Neil. The host in the family run winery Geoff really made the experience with his humour and generous tast...  more »
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  • None Of the reviews on google or Yelp mentioned that it's wayyyyy out there, like seriously backwoods. I was mildly concerned I'd made a wrong turn but Google has the right address. There aren't other wineries around. The host seemed to be the owner and was very friendly. I got in too late for prepared food but they do platters all day and I had a local cheese platter. It was cheddar and pepper cheddar, none very sharp but they were fine, and came with nice preserves, apple slices, and crackers. I asked for recommendations for my tasting. A bit to my surprise the wine was actually all quite good. Nice Riesling, nice Gew├╝rztraminer, the Sauvignon blank smelled just like passion fruit. There's only one red available now, a cab sauv that I didn't love, but it definitely wasn't bad. They had a nice fortified red, too, and j didn't try the moscato but someone else came in and tried it and bought two bottles immediately, so I assume it was decent. There are nice wooded areas around it and you can walk down to a lake to wait off your tasting.
  • Great setting, great staff, great wine and great food.
  • We had our wedding lunch at Henry's Cafe at the winery on Feb 14 2000. We have come back every year since then and always enjoy great food and company. :-) Geoff is always at the bar (serving) and it feels like we are revisiting a friend. We love the moscat milk shakes and all the food. We don't drink but the atmosphere is great. By boat or by car, it's a good afternoon.
  • We love this winery and cafe. Excellent service and wonderful food. Beautiful atmosphere. Nothing in lakes beats wyanga park winery and Henry's cafe. We have been coming here both by boat and car and we love the new sealed road to the cafe and enjoy the grape vineyards along the road. My favorite meal this year is the sweet potato salad and my husband was enthralled with his open steak sandwich wedges and muscat truffles. The complimentary bread is out of this world good and they even allow you to purchase a starter kit to make your own. I know of no restaurant within lakes entrance that comes close to wyanga park winery and Henry's cafe. If the boat is running, take the cruise. It's good fun and they so wine tasting on board. Or they did. Check it out. We saw dolphins on our cruise each time. :).
  • A Winery that deserves an award for best service and everything under the roof. We had such as great time visiting Wyanga Park Winery. I am going to recommend to everyone I know and hopefully revisit more often. : )