Welcome to Bangor Vineyard Shed

Open 10am to 5pm daily

(Closed Christmas Day)

Bangor Vineyard Shed is an award winning cellar door, farm gate shop and restaurant in Dunalley Tasmania, brimming with cool climate Bangor wines, and fresh local produce.

Perched on a hill beside the vineyard, at Bangor we focus on a 'paddock to plate' philosophy: what you enjoy is harvested from the vines and the sea before you. Bangor is all about fine wine, fresh local produce, sweeping views, and a warm rural welcome that’ll make you want to stay awhile.

The Dunbabin family is passionate about their farm produce, and have built this special place to share their wine and other premium Tasmanian produce with you. Just 45 minutes’ drive from Hobart, pop in on your way to Port Arthur or set aside a lazy Sunday afternoon with us.

Bookings are recommended, particularly on weekends and public holidays.


Bangor is a 6,200 hectare property farmed since the 1830’s for supplying beef to the Port Arthur Settlement, and cared for by the Dunbabin family since the 1890’s. With over 5,100 hectares of native forests and wetlands, 35 kilometers of coastline and 2,100 hectares of private conservation reserve, caring for the environment is a way of life at Bangor.


Join us for morning tea or lunch on Mothers Day

Morning Tea: 10am - 12 noon. Mother's Day morning tea platter available. Regular menu also available.

Lunch: 12 noon on-wards. Regular menu available. One free glass of sparkling for every Mum.

Sunday 13th May. Bookings Essential. Phone 62 535 558.

Latest News : we have launched our Bangor Wine Club. Join the Bangor Wine Club family today!


See our latest video from the farm - a snake crawling along one of our fences!

Our Menu

We also have daily specials of freshly made cakes and a vegetarian option.

To contact us call: 03 62 535 558.

What the Shed has in store for you:

  • Light Lunches
  • Wine Tasting
  • Take away oysters
  • Wine sales and take away
  • Coffee
  • A Gift shop of local artisan products
  • A private meeting/function room
  • Stories of the history of Bangor, and Tasmanian farming life
  • Groups welcome, bookings recommended