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Great Southern: region
Western Australia, Australia
Temperate climate with cool coastal conditiona
Number of wineries
70
Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz

The Great Southern District makes up one of the largest wine regions in Australia and is the second-largest producer of grapes in Western Australia. This vast region stretches along the southern ocean and is tucked into the bottom of Western Australia. Made up of the subregions of Frankland River, Mount Barker, Porongurup, Albany and Denmark, each region produces distinctive wines characterized by their varying geomorphic features

. Due to the size and varied terrain of the Great Southern, there is also no one-star grape variety which means this region has the capacity to produce a range of classic varieties. This has led to an enviable reputation for producing premium cool climate, elegant wines to rival its produce from its famous neighbour, the Margaret River.

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Experiences and attractions

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

This internationally recognised nature-based attraction features a breath-taking walkway positioned 40 metres above the ground for a spectacular view of the surrounding tingle forest canopy. Learn to appreciate the ancient forest through interpretive information that can be along the trail, outlining the story of the lost era of Gondwana.

Bluff Knoll - Stirling Range national Park

Take a break from visiting nearby wineries to stretch your legs and tackle Bluff Knoll to look out onto the Stirling Range National Park. At 1098m above sea level, this is the highest peak in the South West but still suitable to a person of average fitness. Over 1000 different wildflower species thrive within the park making for a picturesque hike to the top.

Elephant Rocks and Green Pool

With a stunning coastline, there is plenty to discover as you take the coastal drive south. A popular destination is to William Bay National Park where you can find the Elephant Rocks. These boulders look like a herd of elephants paddling into the shallow waters, and nearby is the Greens Pool. Another must-see destination, this pristine sandy beach is known for its turquoise green waters protected from the Southern Ocean by large granite boulders.
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