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Port Phillip Estate

Port Phillip Estate located on the Mornington Peninsula is an architectural landmark and one of the most exciting food and wine destinations in Australia. The landmark building designed by Wood Marsh Architecture, unfurls across the ridge. Inside, beyond the monumental limestone rammed earth exterior walls of the building, the light-filled Dining Room and Cellar Door open to an expansive outdoor timber deck taking advantage of the sweeping views.

The Dining Room at Port Phillip Estate is a refined space offering exceptional food and wine. The contemporary cuisine is infused with a strong European sensibility. The menu changes regularly, highlighting the best of the season. The relationship between food and wine is symbiotic, in both pursuits we strive to highlight terroir and seasonality.

The Cellar Door with it's bold architecture, elegant tasting bar and spectacular views make it one of the most exciting cellar doors in Australia.

The Cellar Door Kitchen offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with panoramic views over the vineyards and the sea beyond.

Port Phillip Estate offers unique luxury accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula. The six contemporary designed suites enjoy spectacular vineyard and coastal views, private terraces, and interiors that exude the utmost luxury.

Location:

  • Located in Red Hill.
  • 90 minutes from Melbourne CBD.


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263 Red Hill Road
Red Hill South Victoria 3937
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