Australian Wine Regions

Australian wine regions are bigger than you think.

Together they support an industry that is the fourth largest wine industry in the world.


Most of the largest wine regions are in the southern states.
 
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Some of the most famous ones are Barossa Valley in South Australia, Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Yarra Valley in Victoria and Margaret River in Western Australia, but there are many more.

Queensland's grape wines only grow in the southern parts of the state, such as Granite Belt, in the north there are tropical fruit wineries.

























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