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COVID-19 Update for Xanadu Wines

The Xanadu Restaurant is now open for lunch Thursday to Sunday from 11.45am! Join us for a 2, 3 or 6 course set menu with your favourite Xanadu wines. The Cellar Door is also open for tastings and wine sales daily between 10am-5pm.

Xanadu Wines

Cellar Door: Daily 10am-5pm Restaurant: Thursday to Sunday from 11.45am.
316 Boodjidup Rd, Margaret River WA 6285
Xanadu is only 6 minutes from the heart of Margaret River township. Travelling south, pass through the Margaret River township along Bussell Highway. Turn right at the roundabout onto Boodjidup Road. Follow Boodjidup Road for about 4 km until you see Xanadu sign and iron gates on the right.
  • Buses Welcome
  • Children's Menu
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Group Bookings
  • Licensed
  • Local Produce
  • Lunch
  • Paid Tastings
  • Playground
  • Restaurant
  • Seated Tastings
  • Table service
  • vegetarian
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Dine In
    Dine In
  • Disabled Access
    Disabled Access
  • Open for Business
    Open for Business
  • Outdoor Playground
    Outdoor Playground
  • Seated Tastings
    Seated Tastings
  • Vegan Wines
    Vegan Wines

Xanadu is a must visit wine and food destination conveniently located just five minutes from the heart of the Margaret River township.

Xanadu's first vines were planted in 1977, making the winery of of the pioneers of the Margaret River wine region. We are focused on producing premium wines which reflect the true characteristics of Margaret River.

Visit Xanadu's prized restaurant to enjoy our eclectic European influenced menu complemented by Xanadu's multi-award winning wines. Experience the full wine collection and sample special release wines available only at the cellar door.

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Xanadu Wine
Xanadu Wines is a family owned winery purchased by the Rathbone family in 2005. With a strong focus on producing premium wines that reflect the true characteristics of the Margaret River region. In an idyllic setting in the very South West corner of Australia, the 85 hectares of vines on the original Xanadu Estate flourish in the rich, free draining gravel soils. In this near-perfect environment for viticulture, this unique maritime climate enjoys an abundant supply of water and is sheltered by forests of magnificent Marri trees. A state-of-the-art winery, restaurant and cellar door await your next visit to the region. 

Xanadu Food 
If you are after a light meal, a long, lazy lunch to share with friends, private a-la carte function, or memorable wedding we have just what you are looking for. Visit Xanadu’s prized restaurant to enjoy our eclectic European influenced menu where head chef Mel Kokoti’s well-crafted food is inspired by the abundance of fresh, local produce showcased through every menu, every season. Xanadu also caters to children with a kids menu and playground, providing a relaxed environment for family dining. 

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Google Reviews

20
Jun
2020
Came here for a wine tasting and lunch with friends. The tasting was busy but the staff were attentive and attended to our tight schedule whilst allowing us to experience all the wines. The lunch was excellent foods but the restaurant struggled to cater to two coeliac people being part of the group. The staff went out of their way to find alternatives (which was appreciated) but the restaurant could do with a more accommodating menu. Bojan Cica
06
Jun
2020
Beautiful winery, the setting is amazing within the vines. Restaurant is great and the service was excellent, look forward to going back. Steven Richards
27
Mar
2019
Nice place for lunch (below $42 per main dish) if you’re willing to splurge a little. Desserts are a little pricey, about $16 for each dessert. 3 course was $65 which I thought was value for $$ but as they needed the whole table to participate we didn’t go for it as we were a group of 9 adults visiting. Loved the bread with spices and olive oil. Chicken was a 3 star, but the fish (Baramundi) was good. Char Lee
27
Apr
2019
We found our best wine here, value to quality wise. Lovely winery with huge wine tasting area and a beautiful lawn and restaurant. Beautiful. The entire estate is full of rosemary bushes. Lovely. Poh Soh Lee
28
Jul
2019
It would have been a 5 if not for the hour long wait for our food to come out and the freezing restaurant due to the gas system being broken. We were a group of 11 so we pre booked and there were only 3 other tables of 2-4 in the restaurant so the wait time should not have been that long. Despite that, the food and wine was delicious. The grazing board was a little over priced but had beautiful local produce. The menu is small but varied so there is enough variety for everyone. We had the roast lamb which was tender and not too fatty. The parsnip was earthy and perfectly cooked. I tried the tortellini with mushroom and thought it tasted amazing! My brother said a few more tortellini would have been good (only 3 pieces). The fish tacos were good but too small to serve our poor Italian guest who had just waited an hour for food. I would suggest, ordering your food and then jumping over to the cellar door where the lovely Kiwi Dexter will give you the full run down on the wines. And good wines they are! Try the award winning Cab Sav and the well balanced Voigner. Mel Scott
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