Eat. Drink. Stay.

Settle in for a night or two at one of these all-in-one destinations, where you can enjoy the state’s finest food and wine, all within a two-hour drive of Melbourne.

Mitchelton Wines

On the banks of the Goulburn River, Mitchelton Wines invites you to relax with a glass of their finest in a pristine bush setting. Its restaurant, Muse, serves modern Australian fare and its boutique hotel is complete with a spa and infinity pool.

Doot Doot Doot at Jackalope

Two restaurants reside on the working winery that is Jackalope: Doot Doot Doot, a classy affair, and Rare Hare, a casual eatery. A wine tasting barn and food store also form part of the property, but its pinnacle is a hotel so luxurious you won’t want to leave.

Port Phillip Estate

Stunning vistas and world class food and wine combine to make Port Phillip Estate a must-visit destination on the Mornington Peninsula. Book into one of the exclusive suites tucked away beneath the impressive venue to stay a little longer.

Eleonore’s at Chateau Yering

Step back in time at Chateau Yering Historic House Hotel, where every care has been taken to transport you to the opulence of yesteryear. Its onsite restaurant, Eleonore’s is the epitome of elegance, serving the best local wine alongside dishes carefully crafted from Yarra Valley produce.


Australia’s highest rated regional restaurant according to the World’s Best 50 Restaurants list, Brae brings a slice of luxury to the hinterland of the Great Ocean Road. Indulge in an upscale set menu, paired with fine wine, then stay the night at one of the six guest suites.

Image Credits: Tourism Australia / Time Out Australia & Mornington Peninsula Regional Tourism