The Wine. The Wine. The Wine.
Unashamedly, we're all about the wine. Each day we strive to create wines that are as fascinating as the stories behind them. We hope you enjoy.
Nestled among the rolling patchwork fields of the beautiful coastline of Northern Tasmania, you'll find Ghost Rock among some of god's best country. Just 10min from where the Spirit of Tasmania docks and one hour from Cradle Mountain or Launceston, this is a must visit destination when exploring the central North coast of Tasmania or more fondly known as the Cradle Coast Region.
The modern and vibrant Cellar Door & Eatery offers wine tastings of Ghost Rock's entire range and a modern Tasmanian lunch menu featuring local produce. With striking views over it's vineyards, rolling countryside and Bass Strait, it's easy to see why it's a popular hangout. One of the coolest wine regions in the State (and most probably Australia), it's one of the State's most unique wine experiences..
We love living where we do and would love to share this part of the world with you. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
The Ghost Rock Team.
Ghost Rock's Cellar Door and Eatery is open 7 days a week Monday to Friday from 11am - 5pm, Saturdays & Sundays from 11am - 5pm. Bookings for wine tastings and lunch are essential. Due to our seating capacity in both the tasting room and restaurant, please note max. 6pp per tasting and max. 8pp for lunch. Also note, for larger groups we provide a set menue to cater for you - please contact us to discuss. Bookings can be made here anytime or alternatively please contact (03) 6428 4005 during busines hours. Please note, it is sometimes difficult to answer the phone during service, however please do leave a message, and we will return you call as soon as possible.
We offer e-gift vouchers which can be redeemed in the cellar door or over the phone. To purchase a gift voucher please call us on (03) 6428 4005 or visit us in Cellar Dooor.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Cellar Door and Eatery soon!
Liquor License Number 51740
Warning. Under the Liquor Licensing Act 1990 it is an offence: for liquor to be delivered to a person under the age of 18 years. For a person under the age of 18 years to purchase liquor.