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Margaret River Distilling Company

Margaret River Distilling Co. is the sister distillery to Limeburners Single Malt Whisky of Great Southern Distilling Co, Albany. Named, World's Best Craft Whisky 2017 and Australia's Champion Whisky 2016. Margaret River Distilling Co 'Giniversity' is our second centre of excellence, specialising in Gin, Vodka and B... view more info

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For assistance with your booking call 1300 885 775 (+61 8 9460 4900)

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Hours: 10am - 6pm Sun - Thurs / 10am - 7pm Fri & Sat

Description

The Director and Founder Cameron Syme has been distilling since 2005 for the most part in Albany until Margaret River Distilling Company officially opened for business in November 2015.

All products produced by Great Southern and Margaret River are available to taste in the venue, which is referred to as Giniversity.

The venue offers casual tavern-style dining available all day in a lush forest backdrop on the outskirts of town and a short walk from the town centre.

With an extensive range of tastings available there is sure to be something for everyone, including Single Malt Whisky, American style Whiskey, Gin, Vodka, Brandy, Absinthe Bitters and Liqueurs. To satisfy every need we also offer a range of locally sourced beer, wine, cider, coffee and an all-day menu to keep the whole family happy.

In winter it is open 7 days from 10am until 6pm or summer from 9am to 7pm (times may vary on some public holidays).

Dog friendly.

Accommodation is also available at River Glen Chalets, which is located on the same property, just across the brook.

Bookings and enquiries go to our website www.distillery.com.au, call 08 9757 9351 or email ben.tassone@distillery.com.au for venue enquiries or katie@distillery.com.au for Giniversity Experience enquiries.
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Location

Maxwell St off Carters Road, Margaret River, WA 6285

Directions

Located on Carters Road, just a 5 minute walk from the centre of Margaret River town.

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