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Barton Jones Wines

We have some of the oldest vines in the Geographe region, planted in 1978.
The maturity of the vines is one aspect which plays an important role in the production of exceptional quality fruit that is a prerequisite for the production of premium wines. Our plantings include Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Semillon and Chenin Blanc which are all well suited to our region’s climate.

The Vineyard is dry grown meaning no additional irrigation is used. Our approach to vineyard management is hands on using traditional viticulture practices; we handpick the grapes at vintage and hand prune the vines in winter.
Our wine is available through our cellar door and selected outlets in Perth and the southwest.

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Lena Dive Wreck

The Lena Dive Wreck, situated 3 kilometres off the coast of Bunbury’s Back Beach, is home to a fascinating variety of marine life.

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Minninup Pool

Located only 3km south of Collie townsite off Mungalup Road, this wide stretch of the Collie River is a beautiful and tranquil spot for swimming, fishing and canoeing.

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Australind Artisan Collective

Australind Artisan Collective is located in the beautiful Heritage Listed Henton Cottage in the grounds of the Australind Shopping Centre. Henton Cottage was formerly known as the “Prince of Wales Hotel” where travellers along the Coast Road could rest from their journey and was built for William Dacres Williams in 1841.

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South West RV Centre Bunbury

South West RV Centre is the longest established caravan dealer in Bunbury. To complement our range of pre-owned caravan, we have a large accessories showroom and fully-equipped workshop that prides itself in excellent service work, general maintenance and insurance repairs.

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