Harvey River Estate

Harvey River Estate
Harvey River Estate
Set on the banks of the Harvey River and surrounded by orange orchards, Harvey River Estate is a family-owned winery that has achieved great acclaim within the Geographe Wine Region.

The family has a long and significant history in the South West’s agricultural industry, with the original farm dating back to the early 1900s when the current owner’s father emigrated from Italy and planted citrus a large citrus orchard. Over the following years, the farm grew, and the business diversified to also include sheep and cattle.

Of course, like many of the Italian migrants, the family made their own wines.

From humble beginnings, the second generation evolved the winery business from vineyards into wine production under the Harvey River Estate label in 1999. The first commercial vintage was produced in 2000 and the business went on to be awarded the Jimmy Watson Award for its 2009 Joseph River Cabernet.

In 2015, a new cellar door, warehouse, and administration building was built on the banks of the Harvey River, being only 50m from the original cellar door, which allowed access to the now-famous ‘Big Orange’ on Third Street to be retained.

The Harvey River Estate vineyards are just 800m away on Fifth Street, with almost 50 acres under vine planted to Chardonnay, Shiraz, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Amenities

  • Wheelchair-accessible carpark
  • Wheelchair-accessible entrance
  • Car park
  • Free parking
Harvey River Estate

GeoVino

From the owners of Harvey River Estate, this boutique wine store and fully licensed bar is the local go-to for sampling some of the best gourmet goodies that the Harvey Region has to offer. Try their unique tasting platters next time you’re in town!

Local Tip: Fridays at GeoVino is the place to be.

Harvey River Estate

The Big Orange

The Big Orange at Harvey River Estate sits high above the beautiful citrus orchards at 14 metres. Come and climb this iconic landmark for stunning aerial views.

 

Harvey River Estate

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