Aravina Estate

Star 4.2 (308 Google reviews)
Open Monday to Friday which will include Cellar Door, Riviera/Pizza Bar, WA Surf Gallery & Sports Car Gallery from 11am to 5pm. Join us for live music on the lawn every Saturday . The line-up is huge and supports local talent.

Aravina Estate

Monday to Sunday 11am - 5pm *hours may differ on special or long weekends
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The picturesque grounds of Aravina Estate are home to its cellar door, restaurant & tap house, a homewares & produce shop and the WA Surf Gallery & Car Gallery giving you a multitude of reasons to pay a visit. The covered terrace dining provides an opportunity to enjoy the picturesque setting of expansive vineyards across rolling hills, natural bushland and manicured gardens.
Cellar Door
Aravina uses some of the world's most innovative viticultural practices, including the use of natural pest reduction remedies and minimal application of chemical sprays. The wines produced under the Aravina label are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Tempranillo, Rose, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Traditional Method Sparkling Pinot-Chardonnay and Muscat. 

Why not relax and let one of the experienced Aravina cellar door staff guide you through the award-winning range of wines currently on release.  You can choose from a structured tasting or a tasting with our 3 course meal option, matched with wines. 

Aravina Estate's team of chefs use the finest local ingredients from growers and producers to develop a range of uniquely flavoursome dishes that showcase the quality range of meats, seafood, vegetables, fruits, cheeses and produce available in the Margaret River region.

With an emphasis on sourcing organically sustainable produce, our Executive Chef, Ben Day prides himself in creating flavoursome and memorable dishes across the summer and winter menus, reflective of the changing seasons. Seasonal herbs and vegetables are sourced from our kitchen garden or local suppliers. Premium Estate-grown wines are matched to the fresh and delicious menu.

WA Surf Gallery
Surfing WA and Aravina Estate have partnered to provide the first official Western Australian surfing museum, the WA Surf Gallery. 

A celebration of surfing history throughout Western Australia, The WA Surf Gallery is the first and only official collection of surfing memorabilia in Western Australia, ideally located in one of the nation’s most iconic surfing spots.  

Presented is a collection of rare and never before seen memorabilia including historical surf photographs from renowned surf photographers such as Ric Chan and Greg Woodward. See surfboards from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s along with images from legend WA surfers in their days before being launched onto the world stage and be inspired by the trophies from the winners of the famous Pipeline surfing Event.



Aravina Estate

61 Thornton Rd, Yallingup WA 6282, Australia


Star 4.2 (308 Google reviews)
Peter McGibbons 13 January 2022

Great location. So much space for restaurant dining, drink by the lake, large shaded enclosed playground for the kids, casual dining for pizza, cheese board, etc. Good selection of wines, beers. Food is great, arguably pricey, but worth it. Pizza, salt & pepper squid, duck spring rolls, ice creams, all really nice. Great experience.

John K 12 October 2022

Had a casual lunch if shared pizza and hand made chips (fries size). There is an outside eating are for the casual meals and an alfresco area fir the formal restaurant. The outside area has lovely views and set in nice garden area. The wood fired pizza was nice but it could have done with some more toppings which were quite sparse. The pizza was thin based. The food was a bit on the pricey side but nice. Pick a day with nice weather to sit outside.

Chris Tinker 15 November 2021

Visiting from interstate. Loved the museum, fond memories of cars and surf. The shop has a range of local products and gifts. Good range of wines - chardy, rose & red. We visited on a Monday so limited food menu, cheese platter & pizza only. Table service would not have been a problem as our small party were the only ones there. Well worth a visit for casual and restaurant meals.

Keith Nazareth 08 October 2022

We visited the estate mainly to check out the Surf & Car Museum, it was well worth the trip as there was some fabulous historical pics. As impressed as we were with the Museum, the highlight of the visit was the fantastic wood fired pizza (close to the best I've ever had) — on speaking with the Chef he told us that the dough was rested for 72 hours, awesome base. The grounds and function area are expansive and beautifully appointed, the only negative was a glass of bubbles was pretty exy. Highly recommended.