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Mandoon Estate

Please note, opening days and times may vary, please contact this business before visiting.

Situated on the banks of the Swan River, Mandoon Estate is fast becoming an iconic destination for the region.

Within the picturesque grounds lie a microbrewery selling unique craft ales and cider, a cellar door showcasing the estate’s award-winning wines and a fine dining restaurant offering a modern Australian menu overseen by executive chef, Michael Hartnell.

For those after a more casual experience, there’s an outdoor deli and bar offering pizza, roast meat on the spit and gourmet sausages, a children’s playground and the property’s original homestead, which has been restored and now houses an art gallery.

The land housing Mandoon has a significant heritage. The property had been in the hands of the Roe family since settlement in the 1840's by their late forefather, John Septimus Roe. The property remains in the hands of locals today; in 2008 Mandoon Estate was established by the Erceg family.

With a variety of entertainment and dining options, Mandoon Estate caters for all groups, whether for a casual meal, intimate dinner or gala ball.

The venue hosts team-building and other events in its purpose-built function centre and private wine tasting cellar. Private tastings can also be arranged. 

A range of experiences are on offer such as bush tucker tasting packages, private tours, river cruises and scenic chopper flights.

Extend your stay at the new 32 room luxe accommodation – The Colony.

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