Truffle Hill

Star 3.6 (82 Google reviews)

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Truffle Hill

Monday - Sunday: 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Heading South on South West Highway, turn right after the Manjimup Air Strip, onto Seven Day Road. The Truffle and Wine Co visitor's carpark is 7km down Seven Day Road on the right.
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At the heart of Manjimup’s famed Seven Day Road is the home of Western Australia’s first truffière, Truffle Hill surrounded by vineyards, orchards and majestic rolling hills, our estate produces rare and delicious black winter truffles (Tuber melanosporum) and award-winning cool climate wines.

Since its establishment in 1997, passion and dedication, coupled with an extraordinary microclimate, has seen Truffle Hill become the largest producer of superior black Périgord truffles in the world and a premier truffière. Truffle Hill is one of the few truffières in the world that allows a select number of people to participate in the rare privilege of a truffle hunting experience during the winter months.

Surrounded by rows of truffle trees, trellised vines and rolling hills, Truffle Hill invites visitors to their cellar door to experience the romance of partnering award winning wine alongside the rare and delicious black truffle. 


Truffle Hill

490 Seven Day Rd, Manjimup WA 6258, Australia


Star 3.6 (82 Google reviews)
Andrew Yan 07 January 2023

Great products. The truffle oil and salt is of high quality. Definitely have a go at the wine tasting and try the award winning cane cut. Shelby, the staff was very helpful and friendly. Amazing views of truffle Farm as well

Shovon Sarkar 28 June 2022

This is the oldest truffle farm in Western Australia. Great place to learn about truffle

Annette Laurie 15 June 2018

Truffle and Wine Co. - What a fantastic place this is - set amongst 53 acres of Jarrah and Karri trees . The Black Winter Truffles – known the world over as a rare delicacy and also known as Black Gold, were shown to us in a small tub and there was about $2,500 dollars’ worth in there. The oak and hazelnut trees on the property were first inoculated in 1997 and the owners had to wait 6 years for the first truffle crop to be discovered. That is some faith in their investment. They initially produced 600kg and now produce over 5,000kg – over 60% of the total produced by Australia. They were also the first company to produce Black Truffles in Australia. They use dogs to find the truffles – and they are labradors, because they are motivated by food – no surprises there then. We had tastings of various wines and were told so much by a really informative young lady, which of course led to some wonderful purchases – for our friends, lots of wine, and for us some liqueur truffle wine – OMG it is just lush! We are bound by luggage weights and restrictions or it would have been a lot more such are the bargains to be had.

Kate A 27 June 2022

We spent a small fortune on wine and truffle products as it was Truffle weekend. Staff very helpful and kind. Big disappointment was paying $25 for a “truffle” burger, basically a supermarket bun, untoasted, with a meat patty that definitely didn’t taste of truffle. And would you like cheese with that? Rips open a pack of sliced supermarket cheese! And “if you’d like truffle sauce help yourself at the tasting room”. No salad. No onion. No truffle apparently. Taking the p*** guys

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