Welcome to the Mount Barker Tourist Bureau website.
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Providing a range of attractions for the casual visitor and tourist....
Here you will find many things to discover in this great region. Sample the sumptuous wines from the many wineries. Enjoy the magnificence of the Stirling and Porongurup Ranges (day trip for a great trek through one of the world's oldest ranges). Enjoy the beautiful southern coastline and whale watching in albany. Daytrip distance from walpole and the famous tree top walk. Enjoy the craft shops, cafes, museums and galleries. In the region there are some 1000 varieties of wildflowers, and some 60 varieties found nowhere else in the world. They are seasonal and may be enjoyed during the months of September and October. Whether your tastes run to internationally recognised wines or the breathtaking beauty of the ancient mountain ranges, the Mount Barker Tourist Region has these and much, much more to offer the tourist and casual visitor to mt barker alike.
Stop by for lunch at one of our many restaurants and tea rooms before you take a tour of the vineyards. Many of the wineries provide tastings in lovely surroundings.Top off the afternoon with a visit to one of the craft galleries, or the Sir Claude Hotchin Art Gallery, located in the Mount Barker Public Library.Call in to the Tourist Bureau for all the latest info and updates, we'd love to see you! We can provide accommodation and accommodation details for you and popular tourist destinations. The following wineries are located in our area:
Goundrey Wines Chatsfield Wines Plantagenet Wines Merrebee Estate
Alkoomi, Castle Rock Estate, Galafrey, Gilberts, Goundrey, Jingalla, Marribrook, Millinup, Old Kent River Wines, Pattersons Wines
Springviews Wines, Wignalls Wines
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