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“It was like going home for Sunday lunch.”

Dingo Creek Vineyard
Reviewed 24 September 2012

From the moment we arrived, we felt like we had been welcomed by a relative we hadn't seen in a while who was so happy to have us over for Sunday lunch. Meanwhile, it was just Marg meeting us for the first time.
Although the menu wasn't as extensive as you would get at some fancy restaurant, everything was SO delicious. There must've been a few locals dining with us on this particular occasion which is always a great sign, and the atmosphere was quite pleasant with conversations starting up all across the wooden deck overlooking the winery, which is also the dining area.
If you're heading up to Noosa this summer and happen to be passing through around lunch time, it is well worth the short detour off the Bruce Hwy for a home cooked meal, prepared with so much love.

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Marg G, Owner at Dingo Creek Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 26 September 2012

Thank you for taking the time to share your experience, it is greatly appreciated. Our aim is to welcome all visitors to our boutique winery and cafe as if they are our friends, even if we have only just met. One of the great pleasures of the tourism industry is the wonderful people you meet, thank you for visiting us.

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Reviewed 11 May 2010

As a local in the Noosa shire a Sunday drive into the hinterland can be very rewarding. After visiting the Eumundi Markets continue driving north through the town of Cooroy, Pomona and Cooran until you reach a sign directing you to the Dingo Creek Vineyard. Upon entering the property under the railway line either side of the dirt road is lined with grapevines. The cellar door is a quaint timber bulding with a verandah and a huge covered deck overlooking Mt Cooroora and the surrounding countryside - a stunning outlook. On arrival the wines are offered for tasting - they were surprisingly of a high standard for such a small boutique winery. Also the owners run a cafe from the winery and offer a homemade menu with indigenous influence - bunya nut & coconut muffins with wild lime syrup, ploughmans plate with kangaroo sausage & damper, and the best scones with jam and fresh cream I have ever tasted. It was very refreshing to relax in such an unpretentious environment and experience something quite unique. The Dingo Creek Jazz & Blues Festival is held here during March.

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