Discover almost 160 years of winemaking experience with a trip to Tyrrell’s Hunter Valley winery. Visit the cellar door and taste some of our award winning wines, take a tour and experience first hand the old oak vats and historic red cellar still in full operation. You will also see the original iron bark hut that Edward Tyrrell lived in and the Short Flat Vineyard, home of Australia’s most awarded white wine, Vat 1 Semillon, with its vines first planted in 1923.
Cellar Door Opening Hours
Monday - Saturday
9:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 4:00pm
Daily Winery Tour
Daily 10:30am - 11:30am (only 1 tour per day)
This fascinating, informative look into the history of Tyrrell's is open to the public and leaves daily at 10:30 sharp. Please arrive 10 minutes in advance to register and dress appropriately for an outdoor walking tour.
Cost $5.00 per adult, children are free, bookings are required for groups of eight people or more.
Please see further down page for more informaiton about tasting options at our Cellar Door.
Group Booking Policy
We define a Group as 8 to 40+ people. If you are inquiring on behalf of a group of 8 people or more we do require you to please call in advance and book your visit. We are a busy cellar door operating out of a limited space and booking ahead enables us to offer you the highest level of service possible.
- All commercial Tour Operator’s (as a courtesy) are required to call in advance to check on availability regardless of group size or day of the week.
- The BBQ area is available to groups & general public at no cost and there is no requirement to book, however we do request some forewarning, (such as a phone call for groups over 10) and there is a strict NO BYO policy in place. Note: there is no wet weather option available if it rains.
- There is neither a restaurant nor accommodation available on site nor are we licenced to provide food.
- Children under the age of 18 are not allowed to be given wine to taste by the staff, parents or anyone else. This is illegal behaviour under Australian law.