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Tours & Attractions in Cowaramup

Attractions in Cowaramup


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Candy Cow

Margaret River region's finest makers of Butter and Cream Fudge, Adult Fudges, Fudge Sauces and "Real" honey Honeycomb using Western Australian and local honeys from the Margaret River Region.

  • Open days/Times:Open 7 days a week, 10am-5pm
  • Activity:Lolly Shop
  • Type:Attractions

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Description

Candy Cow is a Victorian style fudge and lolly shop where free samples are available as well as fine coffee and tea. Listed as a tourist attraction for families and the "young at heart" where you may see delicious crunchy Honeycomb or smooth rich Fudge being handmade. A range of "Adult Fudges", Chocolates, Fudge Sauces as well as Lollies are also available. Free confectionery demonstrations may be viewed through large glass windows, as well as talks given on the confectionery being manufactured. Families are always welcome. Air conditioned.

One Table Farm Cooking School & Sustainable Farm

Paddock-to-Plate on-farm cooking school with a passion for a sustainable farming.

  • Open days/Times:Custom hours - open for workshop hours or by appointment only
  • Tour Price:$40* - $375*
  • Type:Tours
  • Activity:Cooking,Food & Drink
  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+),Seniors

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Description

One Table Farm teaches you about sourcing food, how it grows and how to cook it. In many ways, it is back to basics. Their farming philosophy is to use modern regenerative techniques, high welfare animal practices and organic principles to produce the best seasonal food possible. 

Owners, Tim and Cree, started developing their 'Climate Change Aware' One Table Farm Cooking School in 2014. Today, One Table Farm holds a 1600m2 orchard, with over 40 fruit and nut trees, including macadamias, walnuts, pecans, stone fruits, coffee and tea, apples, pears, custard apple, pomegranates... and a 1600m2 kitchen garden.

The following workshops are available at One Table Farm;

  • Paddock to Plate Food Farm Experience
  • Sourdough Demonstration
  • Parent & Child Sourdough Fun
  • Introduction to Sourdough
  • The Complete Sourdough Workshop
  • The Art of Milk Kefir
  • Seasonal tomato passata making
  • Chocolate tempering and honeycomb making
  • Cake making (*New Class)
  • Specialised sourdough bakings - focaccia, cinnamon scrolls and crumpets (*New Class)

Small Family Winery and Vineyard Experience

Three small family owned and operated wineries. Three stories of grape growing and winemaking in Margaret River, told by the owners on a personal tour.

  • Course Duration:4 hours
  • Open days/Times:As per pre booked arrangements
  • Tour Duration:4 hours
  • Tour Price:$600
  • Type:Tours
  • Activity:Food & Drink
  • Suited For:Adults Only

Details

  • Tour Capacity:6
  • Tour Locations:Margaret River Wine Region
  • Open Days:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday

Description

Brown Hill Estate, Cape Grace Wines and Windows Estate

Visit three family vineyards from three different sub-regions of Margaret River on a personal tour with the owners.

As a personal guest of the vineyard owners you will have the opportunity to explore the sites and wines produced in three of Margaret River's Small Family Vineyard/Wineries. The owners will personally take you through their award winning wines, produced in tiny quantities, fully grown, processed and bottled on site, allowing you to experience wines that are a genuine representation of artisan winemaking.

Arriving at Brown Hill Estate at 1pm, venture off the beaten track and arrive at Cape Grace Wines at 2.30pm then journey to your final destination Windows Estate at 4pm. This is a self drive tour, please contact us if you would like the option of adding a driver service to your tour.

Your private tour includes:

Walk through the vineyard with the owners.

Learn about the seasons of the vineyard and the intricacies of grape growing and harvesting.

As a personal guest of the owner you will be guided through a private tasting in the vineyard /barrel room / winery of the flagship wines from each of the three Single Vineyard Estates.

Go behind the scenes in the winery where you will learn the three different approaches to winemaking.

Option for wine purchases to be consolidated and shipped either domestically or internationally at the final location.

Bookings are essential as you will meet with the family members behind the estate name.

This is a private tour with a minimum of 1 person and a maximum of 6 people in your booking.

Enclosed footwear is required to take the tour.

This experience is only suitable for persons aged 18+

From: AU$600

Winemaking 101 at Cape Grace Wines (Temporarily Unavailable)

Join us on the journey from the vineyard to the bottle. A unique wine experience which encapsulates the intricacies of the vineyard, insights into the winery and a glimpse into our history.

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A unique wine experience which encapsulates the intricacies of the vineyard from the man who planted and to this day still cares for the vines. Robert Karri-Davies will guide you through our picturesque vineyard and explain all that makes this specific vineyard site so special, learn who first selected this site over 50 years ago and why!! From the soil to the microclimate and the influences they have on what goes into your glass . Thevines are nurtured under ‘best practise’ programmes, using organic principles and the benefits of these will be explained as you wander through the vines and are introduced to Rob’s long time friends.

The journey from the vineyard to the winery might be short in terms of actual distance as all fruit is processed onsite in our boutique winery however the timeline is a year long journey through the seasons of Margaret River and Robert will explain the practices and processes of each season both in the vineyard and then into the winery.

After touring the vineryard, you will then put on your winemaker’s hat as we take it into the winery. Harvesting and hand processing of our pristine fruit will be explained and the workings of our well loved basket press will be demonstrated. Oak choices and characteristics will be explained and then you will then conduct blending trials to determine your perfect wine.

We will then conclude with a tasting of our current releases and the opportunity to taste and savour a specialty from the museum.

 

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