Coonawarra Walking Trail

The Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail is an easy walk through the vineyards and between the wineries giving you a behind the scenes glimpse of viticulture and winemaking practices in Coonawarra. 

It encompasses six wineries in the immediate surrounds of the quaint Coonawarra township, and is just under 5 kilometres in length.

The six wineries are:

If you allow 20 minutes at each winery, the trail should take approximately 3 hours to complete.

You may wish to factor in more time and allow for a lunch stop at Fodder or a pre-ordered picnic basket from the Coonawarra Store to enjoy at one of the wineries.

The six wineries on the trail are all open seven days a week (except some public holidays) and the eateries as advertised. You will be warmly welcomed at all of them for tastings or refreshments.

Follow the green foot signage

Walkers can start the trail at any one of the wineries or Coonawarra Town centre, and simply follow the clearly marked signposts – look out for the smart green ‘foot’ signs to guide you along the way.

We recommend you download the Coonawarra Walking Trail App, prior to commencing the trial. You can then check in to track your progress whilst learning about the amazing history, viticulture and winemaking practices along the way.

What to bring

While the flat walk is plain sailing, even for families with a pram in tow, the trail path is unsealed, so it is recommended you wear some comfortable walking shoes.

Want to buy wine - no problem!

We are happy to hold your wine and combine your purchases with any of the other participating wineries, and deliver to your accommodation (if local) or freight it home for you.

For more info visit the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail webpage.


Zema Estate In the autumn of 1982, Demetrio and Francesca Zema with sons Matt and Nick, made their first Coonawarra Shiraz in a tin shed, using a second-hand milk tanker as a fermenter.

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