• Bago Bluff National Park borders the vineyards and provides views from the top of the Bluff, access by car, great for short bushwalks, with unique flora- Hakea Archaeodies and Big Budded Black Butt, and numerous native fauna including wallabies and lyre birds.
  • Old Quarry with fossils in the shale (Leaf fossils) within Bago Bluff National Park.
  • Limestone Quarry with large shell fossils on the northern side of Bago Bluff National Park (access from the Wauchope side).
  • Blue Creek Dam Wauchope’s first water supply built during the 1930’s , no longer used but nestled in the gorges of Bago Mountian (A short walk up Greg’s road).
  • Rail Tunnel through the Bago Mountain range built in 1914.
  • Big bottle butt, a large bloodwood tree with a swollen butt in a little piece on local rainforest.

For other interesting local evirons and directions, call into Bago Vineyards.

Click here for a list of birds spotted in and around the vineyards.

Visit the Shop

Visit the Shop

Click above to visit the shop.

Opening Hours

BAGO VINEYARDS is open from 9.00am until 5.00pm every day (except Christmas Day)

Once a month, on the second Sunday an admission fee applies. The admission fee covers entry to the monthly ‘Jazz in the Vineyards’, Cellar Door Tastings and facilities plus entry to the Bago Maze.
Adults $10, Children $5, Family $35 (2A 3+C) U/5 Free.

August Jazz will see Burning Sands performing! Something enw to keep us all on our feet- dancing of course!

BAGO MAZE is open from 9.00am every day (except Christmas Day) and is located within the grounds of Bago Vineyards. Please Note: last admission to the Bago Maze is 4pm.

Entry to Bago Maze is Adults $10, Children $7, Family $35 (2A 3+C), U/5 free but must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Coming Events

Sunday August 13th 2017-
"Jazz in the Vineyards" gets toe tappin' with Burning Sands!

Sunday September 10th 2017-
"Jazz in the Vineyards" has the return of The Reds Quintet.