IMG_6768Bangor Wine & Oyster Shed

Bangor Wine & Oyster Shed is a cellar door and farm gate shop brimming with cool climate Bangor wines, freshly shucked oysters and local produce. Perched on a hill beside the vineyard, at Bangor, what you enjoy is harvested from the vines and the sea before you. Cozy up by the fire in winter or around a picnic table in summer and you’ll understand what Tasmania is all about; fine oysters and wine, sweeping views and a rural welcome that’ll make you want to stay a  while. Just 45 minutes’ drive from Hobart, pop in on your way to Port Arthur or set aside a lazy Sunday afternoon with  us.

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If you are interested in tasting our wines and are travelling east of Hobart, perhaps towards the Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur, feel free to drop into our cellar door at the Dunalley Waterfront Café. Apart from having the full range of Bream Creek wines available for tasting and purchase, you can stop for a delicious lunch (or dinner from 6pm on Friday or Saturday) overlooking the water.


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It’s easy to visit Cape Bernier. We are in Bream Creek only 50 minutes drive from the Salamanca area in Hobart and 30 minutes drive from Hobart Airport. Our vineyard has exceptional views of the stunningly beautiful Marion Bay. We have a small cellar door set up that is by appointment and we are happy to give you a guided tour of the vineyard and show you where our wines are truly made. If you would like to bring a picnic and have lunch in the vineyard, this is also possible, but again please call in advance to confirm. Otherwise there are some lovely spots to grab a bite to eat close by.


50 minutes-from Hobart

30 minutes-from Port Arthur


Need a break from wine?

Eaglehawk Neck Exploring is the key word when it comes to Eaglehawk Neck. Rock climbing, kayaking, bush walking, diving and surfing are all on the agenda here. Don’t miss seeing the rock formations of the Tessellated Pavement, Totem Pole and Devil’s Kitchen.

Port Arthur An important part of Australia’s early convict history. The Port Arthur Historic Site was established in 1830 as a timber station and was soon built into a small town designed for the housing and punishment of over a thousand of Tasmania’s most notorious convicts. Full of powerful stories of hardship and loss, it’s one of Tasmania’s most rewarding travel experiences.

Marion’s Bay Also known as the Tasmanian location of the Fall’s Festival! Great music and then an adventure, a glorious combination.

Pictures below from Discover Tasmania with permission.

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