Gundagai

Gundagai lies between Canberra and Wagga Wagga in the south-west of New South Wales with the Snowy Mountains to the south-east, and the Murrumbidgee River flowing to its west. This natural beauty is increasingly becoming known for their warm climate wines with the first vines being planted at Kyeamba (south-east of Wagga Wagga) in the late 1840s.

Traditionally, the classic country town of Gundagai is famed for attracting writers and bush poetry including the Australian icon, Dog on the Tucker Box; a bronze monument to the region's early pioneers from a colonial bush ballad.

To continuously create innovative and premium wine, we partner with different regions, that have different climates and soil to our own vineyards.

The Locke family vineyard is nestled in the picturesque hills of Kyeamba Valley, south-east New South Wales. Their site has an elevation of up to 300 metres in altitude producing high quality vibrant, red fruited wine.