Dog friendly wineries

Wineries are an excellent place to visit with your dog. Set in rural locations, you and your dog will love to go exploring. Some wineries serve food and drink in dog friendly areas, so you can truly share the winery experience with your pet. You may even be able to have your own picnic on outdoor tables or on the lawns.

De Bortoli
De Bortoli

Yarra Valley

Winery.
Dogs are welcome to enjoy the lawns and garden on a lead. There are outdoor tables at the cellar door where you can enjoy wine and cheese platters with your dog by your side.

58 Pinnacle Lane, Dixons Creek
(03) 5965 2271

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Feathertop Winery
Feathertop Winery

High Country

Winery.
Dogs are welcome on a lead and water bowls are provided.

6619 Great Alpine Road, Porepunkah
(03) 5756 2356

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Merindoc Wines
Merindoc Wines

Goldfields

Winery.
There are beautiful gardens which overlook the vineyard - a great place to enjoy a glass of wine with your furry friend. Picnics are encouraged, however please don't bring your own alcohol.

2905 Lancefield - Tooborac Road, Tooborac
(03) 5433 5188

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Otway Estate
Otway Estate

Great Ocean Road

Winery, cidery, brewery.
Dogs welcome at the brewery outlet which has a deck area with dog beds and water bowls. You can even purchase beer specially made for dogs. During lunch hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, a dog antipasto platter can be ordered. Dog toys are provided, so you and your dog can play together on the lawns. Enjoy a relaxing stroll through the grounds of the estate with your dog.

10 Hoveys Road, Barongarook
(03) 5233 8400

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Tuck's Wine
Tuck's Wine

Mornington Peninsula

Winery.
Extensive lawns overlooking the vines where dogs are welcome on a lead.

37 Shoreham Road, Red Hill South
(03) 5989 8660

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Yering Station
Yering Station

Yarra Valley

Winery.
Dogs welcome on a lead throughout the grounds but not inside any buildings.

38 Melba Highway, Yering
(03) 9730 0100

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