On Canberra’s doorstep, Wallaroo is home to wineries, cafes and lovely accommodation, an ideal country base for your visit to the capital and Yass Valley.
Named after the very shy and rarely spotted woolly black wallabies, Wallaroo really gets you away from it all, yet you’re close to all Canberra’s popular attractions.
It is also the home of the Hills of Hall wine sub-region, which has been compared in character to Italy’s Tuscany region and the Adelaide Hills as a micro-climate producing distinctive award-winning wines.
Against the blue backdrop of the magnificent Brindabella Ranges you’ll discover Pankhurst Wines, Brindabella Hills Winery, and Surveyor’s Hill vineyards complete with bistro, cottage and apartment style B&B. Surveyor’s Hill also lovingly harvests wild fruits and olives.
At Gooromon Park, you can enjoy nature experiences such as horseriding and birdwatching, relaxed dining and 4.5 star accommodation. For a luxury B&B experience, try the quirky vintage train accommodation at Last Stop Ambledown Brook.
What's In Wallaroo?
Pankhurst Wines is situated just west of Hall in the rolling granite hills above the…Read More on Pankhurst Wines
Surveyors Hill is the remains of an ancient volcano more than 360 million years old,…Read More on Surveyors Hill Winery
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