Heritage Garden & Beyond
The Moodemere Garden
At Lake Moodemere Estate, we’re the lucky custodians of a garden that’s been developing for over 150 years, brimming with history and uninterrupted lake views. The garden changes dramatically with the seasons. The plantlife and the wildlife bring our winery to life. The gardens are enjoyed by our visitors who can unwind under the established jacaranda and pine trees, or in the century old orchard while enjoying lunch and a glass of wine.
Well behaved dogs are welcome outdoors. We love our hens and we love our free range eggs so please keep dogs on the lead.
Secluded Adventure Picnic
Spend a magical afternoon by the lake at an exclusively private waterfront location. Let us look after every detail as you relax and enjoy the company of your friends and loved ones.
Your adventure begins at the heritage listed cellar door of Lake Moodemere Estate. Enjoy a glass of Sparkling wine or take the opportunity to sample the range of single vineyard wines while sixth generation vigneron, Michael Chambers shares a little about this historic property and its rich production. A 600m bush walk along the high bank provides views over Lake Moodemere and the natural surrounds of the waterfront reserve. Keep an eye out for native wildlife like kangaroos, echidna and platypus. Your table will be set with glasses, tableware and fresh flowers, with a sumptuous picnic and estate wine chilling in readiness under the shade of the river gums. While away the afternoon and when you’re ready, return to the cellar door, For those who’d like to linger, tea and coffee may be enjoyed in the century old gardens of Lake Moodemere Estate.
For the full Moodemere experience, add two nights in the Moodemere Lake House with continental breakfasts of Estate grown and baked produce.
All inclusive, chef prepared picnic $130pp
Your own private chef + $800 fixed fee (Wednesday only)
Children under 12 years $40
All inclusive 2 Night Accommodation Package for two $850
Available Wednesday to Friday 11.30am
October to April
Note: walking terrain passes over uneven ground with a steep 30m descent and ascent requiring reasonable fitness and good walking shoes.