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Howard Park & MadFish Wines

Monday - Sunday: 10:00am until 5:00pm
From AUD $5 per person
543 Miamup Rd, Cowaramup WA 6284
Six kilometres north-east of Cowaramup, along Miamup Road, lies the entrance to the magnificent Leston vineyard and Howard Park winery. Turnoff at Memorial Road off Bussell Highway in Cowaramup town centre and you will reach Miamup Road. 543 Miamup Road, COWARAMUP
  • Bar
  • Delivery
  • Free WiFi
  • Group Bookings
  • Licensed
  • Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
  • Paid Tastings
  • Private function or dining room(s)
  • Rainwater Harvesting - Fully
  • Reverse Cycle Air-Conditioning
  • Seated Tastings
  • Table service
  • Takeaway
  • Cellar Sales
    Cellar Sales
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  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Disabled Access
    Disabled Access
  • Dog Friendly
    Dog Friendly
  • Fireplace
    Fireplace
  • Indoor Play Area
    Indoor Play Area
  • Open for Business
    Open for Business
  • Seated Tastings
    Seated Tastings

Margaret River & Great Southern wine specialists, producing the Howard Park, MadFish & Marchand & Burch wine labels. They are the only winery in the region handcrafting champagne method sparkling wine in-house.

Welcome to the Howard Park & MadFish Wines cellar door – one of the most memorable tasting experiences in Margaret River.
Proudly owned by the Burch Family, they are the only winery in the region to make champagne method sparkling wines in-house, with up to four different sparklings to try. 

Howard Park was founded in 1986; one of the pioneering wineries of the Great Southern wine-making region. With two vineyards both in Margaret River & also in Mount Barker, they offer a unique & educational multi-regional approach to their wine tastings. Their MadFish wines have been inspired by Western Australia’s coastal lifestyle since 1992. These include an ever-evolving line-up of small batch alternative varieties, made in experimental styles exclusive to cellar door. 

The building itself is one of the foremost examples of architecture in the Margaret River region, awarded for its Feng Shui design & judged among Australia’s top 12 buildings. Set on 138 hectares of vines & native bush-land, less than 5 minutes from the town of Cowaramup, the property is a spectacular place to witness the changing of the seasons. The winding tree-lined driveway passes a traditional old settlers cottage & the famous Willyabrup Creek on its way to the cellar door. 

Whether you go there to taste, learn, or indulge, the cellar door team will tailor your visit for a truly memorable experience. The cellar door is surrounded by spacious lawn areas, where you are invited to join them at one of our many annual events, or bring your own picnic, borrow a blanket & a bocce set & enjoy a glass of wine under the sun. In the winter months you can cosy up inside on the couches with a wine by the fire. 

The team at Howard Park & Madfish Wines look forward to welcoming you. Contact them for any special requirements you may have prior to arrival. 

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Google Reviews

05
Jan
2019
A class above the rest. The service from the manage and staff was exceptional - welcoming, friendly, accommodating and genuine. Absolutely loved the wines here they are top quality. The cathedral-like building is brilliantly balanced with a homely type feel. There is an open Piano for any brave musicians and toys for the kids to play with. Most importantly our children were just as welcome and encouraged to feed the big fish. There is plenty of picturesque open space and lush greenery to enjoy after a tasting. Highly recommend ! Lucas Matacz
08
Mar
2020
The only maker in Margaret River who adopt traditional Champagne method for the sparkling wines. Also, very beautiful and modern cellar, sophisticated in both service and products. We liked many from the variety of wine lists and purchased a dozen! NV Howard Park Brut was very fruity and has enough complexity. Sauvignon Blanc tastes very classic. Muamup Chardonnay has strong mineral and is creamy at the same time, single original from Margaret River. They also offers Mad Fish brand, a bit reasonable but not less tasty, we loved Malbec and Pinot Gris which is only 3 palettes this year and only sold at cellar door at the time. Ayaka I
13
Jan
2020
We had a great time at the winery yesterday. The wine is tasty and combined with the spectaculary property is a must to do in that area. Anni
22
Feb
2020
Fantastic wines. Cellar door experience was rushed and didn't get to have a personal experience. Perhaps more than 1 cellar door operator would have been able to accommodate more than 3 groups of people. Llama Farmer
23
Jul
2018
We went the on a busy Sunday afternoon in the winter of 2018, when the 'Cabin Fever' festival was on and warm fondue was being served. The service was polite and friendly although it was quite busy. The wine is generally of a very good quality and the decor is chic. Even on a quieter day, this cellar door would be worth a visit. Amit Chakraborty
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