Wallaroo Wines

New South Wales | Canberra District

Our Review

Foreign correspondent Philip Williams and his wife, media consultant Carolyn Jack, established their Wallaroo vineyard in 1997. The vineyard is planted to shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and riesling, the latter having had significant success in the Canberra Regional Wine Show. The dominant plantings are shiraz and cabernet sauvignon, and it is apparent from production that a substantial part of the grape harvest is sold. Exports to the UK. -JAMES HALLIDAY


Wallaroo Wines vineyard was planted in 1995, in the Hills of Hall region on the out skirts of Canberra, sitting at an altitude of 560 metres. The Wallaroo Wines homestead is set on a 320 acre property and boasts beautiful views of the Brindabella Mountains and Australian natural flora and fauna. We have a 12 hectare vineyard sitting on a northern slope of decomposed granite. Cellar Door is currently closed to public. You can visit our website to purchase wines from our online store or we offer tastings and take home bottle sales every Saturday at the Capital Regional Farmer's Market - EPIC.



Winemaker Roger Harris (Contract)
Established 1997
Dozens 800
Vineyards (area) 10 ha
Viticulturist N/A
Opening Hours W'ends & public hols 10-5
Address 196 Brooklands Road, Hall, ACT, 2618
Telephone (02) 6230 2831
Website www.wallaroowines.com.au