About SurvhillAll About The Best Winery In The Canberra Region
Surveyor’s Hill is the remains of an ancient volcano more than 360 million years old, rising to 736 metres above sea level.
First established in the mid-1980s, their vineyards are among the older plantings in the district and grow at the foot of the hill between 550 and 585 metres. Soils are free-draining and derived from weathered porphyritic rocks.
A historic property in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia, Surveyors Hill offers the visitor wine, food, and accommodation in the beautiful Murrumbidgee Valley.
We can confirm the food at the restaurant is delicious, and it certainly matches the fabulous wine on offer.
As the photo above shows, here you can relax in rural tranquility, enjoying estate wines from their vineyards, olives from their trees, and farm produce including free-range eggs, jams and other products (such as their famous chili jams and curry pastes) all sourced from the property’s gardens.
And yet, from Surveyors Hill the visitor can be enjoying all the attractions of Canberra, our National Capital, after only a 20-minute easy drive on divided highways.