Visit

Public Guided Tours & Wine Tasting

To do all that is offered at Douglas Vale your visit will take 1-2 hours especially if you wander through the orchard, vegetable, cottage and pond gardens and vineyard. Take a guided tour of the homestead museum and do a wine tasting.

Take time to relax with a glass of wine and a cheese plate all within 5 mins of Port Macquarie’s CBD. You can even walk there. A unique taste of history. 

Come by yourself or pre-book a group visit package.  Hire the venue for a function or wedding.

Group Visits

Group Visits are available for 12 to 30 people during our regular opening hours, 10am to 3pm on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

We can provide Devonshire Tea, wine tasting & tour packages and light lunches.

Download the Group Visits form to make your booking

Venue Hire for Functions & Weddings

With our heritage cottage, cellar door and lovingly manicured gardens, Douglas Vale is a great venue for your next private function.

Our covered function area adjacent to the cellar door seats 35 people and music days on the lawn accommodate 300 people. We have marquees and BBQs for hire and the cellar door can be open or closed. You are also welcome to arrange your own external catering.

We have tables and chairs available for 80 people but more can be arranged for an additional cost.

Douglas Vale also holds special events that are open to the general public. 

Terms & Conditions are available on our Venue Hire, Wedding or Photography application form below.

Upcoming Events

Douglas Vale holds special events where we open to the general public several times a year.

The range of activities at one of these events changes depending on that days theme, however they generally include our well known Devonshire Teas, a tasty BBQ, volunteer led homestead and grounds tours, wine tasting and musical entertainment.

Easter Saturday

Live music featuring Port Macquarie’s own blues legend Reggie D & the Bloozers plus other support acts including blues harp player Kiam Adcock and others

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