Our unique spaces can accommodate gatherings of all sizes, from our intimate fine dining restaurant, through to our all-weather outdoor terrace. All surrounded by either our 50-acre vineyard, 16-acre ‘world class’ sculpture park and uninterrupted views across Western Port Bay through to Phillip Island.

We welcome your call to discuss your special occasion, or you can email us your enquiry below.

Our Spaces


Overlooking and named after the famed Jaume Plensa sculpture, Laura is the more intimate of our dining spaces. It offers absolute exclusivity and privacy. With its open kitchen, bar and a private outdoor terrace that is ideal for pre-event drinks, Laura is the jewel in the crown.

Pt Leo Restaurant

The modern restaurant centers around a large wood fired oven that is at the heart of the food offering. With 180-degree views looking out onto the Sculpture Park and through to Phillip Island, the restaurant is truly a celebration of regional craftsmanship.

Wine Terrace

Make your way through to our gorgeous terrace and take in the commanding views of the Sculpture Park and Vineyard. The Terrace showcase our local producers wherever we can in an informal ‘all weather’ outdoor space. The open bar and the ‘shared table’ food offering lends itself to gatherings that focus on friends, celebration and a sense of place.

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What people are saying...

Laura is one of the most exciting openings of the year. Wood’s deft twists and turns and generously composed flavours are the work of an artist.”

- Michael Harden - Gourmet Traveller

At a time when much more contemporary regional food is similar, Wood presents a different take on Oz haute regional. There are Asian flavours, as you'd expect, and some more European, and all of it superb, a masterclass in flavour and harmony that appears simple but in fact belies fastidious method and elegant, unpretentious presentation.

- John Lethlean - The Australian

And the star turn is Pt. Leo Estate, a vineyard incorporating a sculpture park, its kitchen helmed by Phil Wood (ex-Rockpool). Lounge in style, suggests Kurosawa, at his 40-seat fine-diner, Laura, named after the huge cast-iron head by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa beyond the window.

- Stellar Magazine

True: this once sleepy part of the Peninsula is now a destination to rival the long-established Yarra Valley on the other side of Melbourne. It’s home to acclaimed fine diners, award-winning architecturally designed cellar doors, one of the country’s most ambitious collections of outdoor sculpture at Point Leo Estate, and a plethora of food stores and farm doors offering up some of the best produce in the state.

- Broadsheet Melbourne