Southern Queensland wineries

As a wine-producing region Queensland’s wineries have been at the forefront of Australia’s growth in numbers, exploding ten-fold over the last 20 years to now well and truly hold our own among the country’s better known regions.

Of the hundreds of wineries in the State, the vast majority can be found in Southern Queensland Country where the climate and soil are conducive to chardonnay, tempranillo, shiraz, merlot, and cabernet sauvignon. 

Southern Queensland has been quietly producing wines at an international standard, so if you enjoy a drop or two (or thee, or four…) in the crisp countryside, come out and visit.

Travel notice

The southern end of Southern Queensland Country region runs along the NSW border with border crossings at Wallangarra, Texas, Goondiwindi and Legume near Killarney. In the current Covid-19 climate, travel and border restrictions change regularly so we recommend checking the Queensland Health Website before traveling to our region. For current lock down restrictions click here and for travel restrictions to and within Queensland click here. We look forward to welcoming you back to Southern Queensland Country when restrictions are lifted.