With an emphasis on sourcing local organically sustainable produce, our team of chefs aspire to create a range of healthy and wholesome, memorable dishes which reflect the changing seasons. Much of the produce is grown on site at the kitchen garden. Our premium Estate-grown wines are matched to the fresh and delicious menu.

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Aravina Estate, established in 2010 by Perth businessman Steve Tobin is located on Thornton Road, Yallingup in the northern corner of the premium wine-growing region of Margaret River in Western Australia – close to the town of Dunsborough and the famed surf at Yallingup. The property was established in 1986 under the original name – Amberley Estate.

Aravina estate consists of 180 acres (73 hectares) of which 64 acres (26 hectares).

Cellar Door, Restaurant, Sports Car Gallery, Children's playground, Homewares and Food store are just a few reasons to visit Aravina Estate.

Our covered Terrace dining provides an opportunity to enjoy the picturesque setting of expansive vineyards across rolling hills, natural bushland and manicured gardens.

The wines produced under the Aravina label are Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Merlot, Shiraz, Rosé, Chenin, Chardonnay, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, Vermentino and Traditional Method Sparkling.

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Marco Evans
I attended a lunch at Aravina Estate for a special family occasion recently (10 Nov 2018) and we could not fault the establishment. Right from the beginning to the end. The very pleasant day in exquisite surroundings began with wine tasting, and the person pouring the wines was very knowledgeable to the delicious fresh food consumed over a lazy warm afternoon. The waiters were fantastic, nothing was too much trouble, catering for children was not a problem and welcomed. If someone is looking to celebrate with a small or large group of people (including weddings) then Aravina Estate should be at the top of your list.
Julie Armstrong
Even though we arrived a bit late for Lunch just before 2pm with no booking, staff were accommodating and service was friendly and fast. Good food, great wines and the ambience has a colonial plantation feel - white walls, leather chairs, lots of plants. The surf museum is worth a visit in its own right. I'll definitely be coming back.
Nick Green
Lovely food in a beautiful setting. The staff and kitchen were exceedingly accommodating of my two young boys (2 & 4). Even to the point of creating an off menu dairy and gluten free dessert for them. There's also plenty to see with a surf exhibit, classic car display and excellent playground for kids. Highly recommended.
Kerry Calderwood
Food was fantastic. Very friendly service and beautiful setting. Delightful