Redgum Wine Estate

Sip, Swirl, and Soak in Luxury by the Vinyard

Nestled on the edge of the Darling Escarpment, Redgum Wine Estate offers a serene escape, with panoramic views stretching across the rolling valley's of the Marrinup State Forest to the Peel-Harvey Estuary and the Indian Ocean beyond. The gentle summer breeze, rising from the Leeuwin current below, caresses the vines, creating a unique microclimate. This, combined with Dwellingup's well-drained gravelly soil, yields a collection of evenly matured, unique and truly remarkable premium wines.

As you approach the Cellar Door, an aura of French provincial elegance embraces you. Every detail has been painstakingly curated to seamlessly merge with the natural beauty that defines Dwellingup. Immerse yourself in their wine tasting which delicately showcases the nuances of each varietal, each sip telling a tale of the vineyard's dedication to excellence. This charm extends to a stunning menu that perfectly complements the winery's premium offerings. Before you bid adieu, explore the meticulously curated gift shop where you can find unique mementos that capture the essence of Redgum Wine Estate.


Quick facts

  • Open Friday - Sunday, 10am - 5pm
  • New cellar door opened December 2023
  • Discover the Redgum Wine Estate range with a wine tasting experience

Originally opened as Newbliss Winery, the vineyard embarked on its vinous journey in 1997, planting seven varietals sourced from the fertile soils of Margaret River and Gingin, Western Australia. In 2018, a new chapter unfolded with new owners, Maree and Ben, who dedicated four years to breathe vitality into the vines. The property was renamed Redgum Wine Estate, a tribute to the majestic Redgum that watches over the newly minted Cellar Door, opening in December 2023. This is a place where the vines tell a story, and each bottle is a testament to the dedication of those who cultivate the land.

Redgum Wine Estate

101 Irwin Road

Teesdale WA 6213

9547 9002

"What a great experience. Quality menu excellent food and wines. The views are unbelievable and the service was worth the visit."