Hainault is a boutique cellar door and cafe situated in the picturesque Bickley Valley, just 25 km from the Perth Central Business District. Nestled in Jarrah forest on the Darling Scarp at an elevation of 400 m, Hainault is the highest vineyard in Western Australia and is in one of the coldest parts of the State. All of our wines are made from estate grown, hand harvested fruit using minimal interventions. The 17 acre property was originally selected as Gungin orchard early last century for the growing of stone fruit before being replanted as a vineyard in 1978 by Peter Fimmel, one of the pioneers of the then infant Perth Hills Wine Region.
French chef Benoit Lasplace joined the Hainault team in March 2018 and shares our philosophy on using quality local, fresh (and where possible organic) produce.
Hainault vineyard and cafe is a dog friendly venue and Lyn and Michael’s very friendly, gentle Kelpies often accompany them to “work” at the cafe. If you or your children are terrified of dogs we would caution that you may not enjoy your visit to us.
Wheelchair access, disabled toilet, dog friendly, vegan and gluten free menu options
|Food Type||Chef Benoit sources local and where possible, organic produce for his carefully designed menu which includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.|
|Meal Types||Lunch, Morning and Afternoon teas, Picnic Hampers (48 hours notice required for picnic hampers)|
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Open Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Public Holidays 11am to 5 pm. Lunch service finishes at 3.30pm (3pm on Mondays) unless arranged in advance. Lunch bookings recommended.
Tuesday to Friday : Closed unless by prior arrangement for group bookings
|Address||255 Walnut Road, Bickley|
|Phone||(08) 9293 8339|