We couldn’t be more excited!

Oakdene is not only known for their exemplary wines – as described by James Halliday, but the estate is also recognised for its offering of cellar door, fine dining restaurant, cafe and accommodation all among a very unique and whimsical environment.

Owners Elizabeth and Bernard Hooley first purchased Oakdene in 2001 as a neglected cattle farm and since transformed it to it’s exceptional offering today.

Community collaborations are important to QG&W and they not only make our working days more enjoyable but they enhance the Queenscliff offering so that it remains a special destination.

The personal associations we make within our community are of equal value to us – we’ve had many a fabulous chats with artist/owner Elizabeth Hooley and can now look forward to many more!

QG&W also take this opportunity to congratulate Steven Paul, general manager of Oakdene who was announced as a recipient of James Halliday’s 2018 Len Evans scholarship.

We look forward to celebrating our special occasions with the award winning wines of Oakdene.

More about Oakdene here. And if you’re not a member of their wine club, you should definitely check out the details here