Coonawarra, Australia

Hotels in Coonawarra

Coonawarra Accommodations (2)
Chardonnay Lodge Coonawarra

Chardonnay Lodge Coonawarra

3.00 47 reviews

Riddoch Hwy, Coonawarra, Australia

Punters Corner The Retreat Coonawarra

Punters Corner The Retreat Coonawarra

5.00 22 reviews

Crn Riddoch Highway & Racecourse Road, Coonawarra, Australia

Travel Blogs from Coonawarra

Coonawarra Travel Blogs (11)
Coonawarra Wine Region: tastings here we come!, Coonawarra Valley, Australia travel blog

Coonawarra Wine Region: tastings here we come!

A travel blog entry by froggies

On the way to Adelaide we thought that we could stop in the Coonawarra Wine Region and do some tastings... ;-) Just for your info, they do have some good wines here in Australia, yes I confirm it even as a French person! We ended up buying 2 bottles ...

Alasdair and Nicola

Alasdair and Nicola's Boozeround

A travel blog entry by alasdairnicola


... (available in Harrogate) McLaren Vale - South Australia Anvers - Chardonnay good Fonthill - Grenache really drinkable Coonawarra - South Australia All the Cabernet Sauvignon we tried was good but some other ones.... Balnaves of ...

Late night camping, Bool Lagoon, Australia travel blog

Late night camping

A travel blog entry by jillsy


One of our biggest driving days to date, Pulled in aT Bool Lagoon for a snooze, Birds were great, then got going again. Lookingfwdto hanging in Adelaide for a few days. ...

Great Ocean Road, Coonawarra, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by timquinn

After running back and forth between car rental companies, we finally decided on Hertz. We asked them for the cheapest car they had and they quoted us a rate $300 cheaper than the rest. I then went online and tried to find some upgrade coupons. When we ...

Attractions in Coonawarra

Coonawarra Attractions (1)
Zema Estate

Zema Estate


Riddoch Highway, PO Box 12 Coonawarra, South Australia, Australia

Zema Estate is a small family winery located in the heart of the Coonawarra wine region. The Zema family is proud of the traditional techniques they employ in their vineyard; dry land viticulture and hand pruning are two such practices, which help to produce intense, rich fruit of the highest quality. The Cellar Door is open seven days from 9am to 5pm and the winery welcomes visitors.