Come & Visit Us

Bangor Vineyard Shed is an award-winning Cellar Door and Restaurant located 35 minutes from Hobart Airport and 45 minutes from Hobart CBD, on Tasmania's tourist route to Port Arthur.

Overlooking the vineyard and picturesque Blackman's Bay, the Dunbabin family have built this special place to share their wine and other premium Tasmanian produce with you. Pop in for a tasting and a glass of wine, enjoy a relaxed lunch, or chat to our team about booking your next private event, wedding, or corporate function.  Bangor is all about fine wine, fresh local produce, sweeping views, and a warm rural welcome that’ll make you want to stay awhile.

Family friendly. Bookings recommended, particularly on weekends and public holidays.

Open for wine tasting and light meals daily, 10am-5pm, 7 days.

Bookings for the restaurant are recommended, particularly on weekends and public holidays. Call Us: (03) 62 535 558.

Closed Christmas Day & Good Friday.

Inside: Bangor Vineyard Shed has been architecturally designed to reflect the natural environment of the Bangor property. The building showcases Tasmanian Oak timber on the ceiling, floors, table tops and bars. Stone from Bangor’s paddocks forms the walls around the building and the front of the bar. Convict bricks from Captain Spotswood’s cottage line the hearth of the fireplace.

Outside: Bangor Vineyard Shed has stunning views over the vineyard and surrounding paddocks, and looks out onto both Blackman and Norfolk Bays. You can take in the sheep grazing in the paddock and the vines growing in front of you from our spacious deck area. There are picnic tables on the lawn and a cubby-house and sandpit for the kids.

Nearby Attractions

Bangor Shed is ideally located on your way to or from the many attractions on the Tasman Peninsula, including: 

We are more than happy to suggest some things to do as well - just let us know how we can help.


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Visiting us at Bangor Vineyard Shed is easy! Look out for our sign on the highway to the Port Arthur Historic Site.