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Hill of Promise Winery and Cellar Door

Childers, Bundaberg Area

Your 'wine experience' at Hill of Promise Winery and Cellar Door starts with the warm country welcome from winemakers and cellar door hosts Mary and Terry Byrne, as they invite you to come on board for a personalised journey to discover the taste sensation of their multi-award winning preservative-free wines and fortifieds. Absorb some local history including a snapshot of Terry's Sicilian grandparents, the inspiration for this tourist destination. Walk away with more than your swag of wine. Get ready for some family recipes, food matching suggestions or cuttings from their leafy garden.

The cute cellar door, part of their century-old Queenslander also has on offer a small range of gourmet products made from local ingredients and designed to appeal to foodies! Groups can join them in the winery for a first-hand 'grape to glass experience ' tour. Find out what a wine thief is and enjoy port directly from the barrel. Glass in hand, take in the waterlily-covered dam, green hills and a flash of rich, red volcanic soil. On the Bruce Highway 4.5 kilometres south of Childers, it is one of the four wineries in the Childers Wine Trail. Definitely a 'must visit' on your holiday planner!

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $10.00 27 June 2013 – 30 June 2016 For a group of over ten people. Includes Winery Tour, talk and tastings.
Adult $15.00 27 June 2013 – 30 June 2016 For a group of five to nine people. Includes Winery Tour, talk and tastings.

Open Times

Note: Open 1000 – 1600 seven days. If making a special trip, please phone first to confirm and avoid disappointment.

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Accessibility:

Disabled toilet is available in the Winery for groups participating in Winery tours.

Children:

Children must be accompanied by an adult and must be kept under adult or parental supervision.
8 Mango Hill Drive
Childers, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

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