Geographe Wine Region By James Halliday

Discover the wineries of the Geographe wine region of WA. Use our Geographe region guide and map to help you plan your next winery visit and to learn more about this region. This content is taken from James Halliday’s Wine Atlas of Australia, which is available to buy in the Wine Companion bookshop.

Fast Facts

  • Latitude:
  • Altitude:
    5–70 m
  • Heat degree days:
  • Growing season rainfall:
    185–220 mm
  • Mean January temp:
  • Harvest:
    Early February to mid-March
  • Chief viticultural hazard:

Discover the wine and wineries of Geographe

Discover the wine region of Geographe, WA, with James Halliday's Wine Atlas of Australia

Geographe was initially joined with Peel in an amorphous region called the South West Coastal Plain, but this grouping was abandoned before registration under the GI process was finalised, and the boundaries redrawn. Geographe’s centre is Bunbury, its southern (or, more properly, south-eastern) corner is Busselton, while the Harvey River meanders through the northern boundary on its way to the coast. It is bisected by the Vasse, Capel, Fergusson, Collie and Brunswick rivers, which – as they descend from the hills in the east – create valleys with distinctive climates.

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