Murdering Point Winery

Silkwood, Cassowary Coast Area

Murdering Point Winery is unique in every sense; the name, the unmatched range of exotic tropical wines, the location and the passion that drives the owners to accept only the best as demonstrated by the awards won annually, through the use of traditional wine making methods and modern technology.

In addition to the tropical fruit wines such as lychee, mango, jaboticaba, and passionfruit, Murdering Point produces wines of outstanding quality from the Australian Bush Tucker fruit, Davidson Plum. The Winery is also home to "The Point" port and the heavenly "White Devil" port, and the "Black Devil", a unique blend of black sapote and cognac, Banana Cream, Mocha Cream and Choc Mint Cream. New additions, The Riser, coffee aperitif and The Mariah, spicy vanilla aperitif.

Murdering Point Winery is open seven days from 9.30. to 5pm. Visitors are invited to enjoy tastings and to learn the history of the region in the unpretentious surroundings of the cellar door and tropical landscaped gardens.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily9:30am - 5pm

Facilities

  • Car park
161 Murdering Point Road
Silkwood, Cassowary Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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