Take a road away from the norm and follow the signs to the often-unexplored Western Port-side of the Mornington Peninsula. As you meander up the driveway and past the cascading vines, guests are welcomed with the sight of an inspiring Grand Arch, a waved concrete structure, a 75-year-old Queensland King bottle tree and a doorway that offers a teasing glimpse of something truly remarkable.
Pt. Leo Estate offers three distinct dining experiences where flavour forward and ever-changing menus coincide with sourcing seasonal Victorian and local Mornington Peninsula produce. Each celebrates regional craftsmanship and the very best Australian ingredients uniquely.
Gracing 134 glorious hectares on the southern edge of Australia’s leading wine region – the Mornington Peninsula, exists Pt. Leo Estates Halliday 4-star Cellar Door. Showcasing site-expressive wines, premium tastings are elevated by a modish tasting bar with spectacular views over Western Port.
Our winemaking has a deliberate and careful evolution, producing fruit of exceptional quality through the cooler-climate wines the region is known for. Aromatic Pinot Gris speaks of the sun. Elegant Chardonnay has benefited from cool night-time breezes. Pinot Noir and Shiraz are perfect partners for a cool day overlooking the Bay.
Delineated by indigenous flora, against a backdrop of rolling vineyards and ocean views encapsulating Phillip Island and Western Port Bay, exists the beautiful unity between art, nature, and culture. As Australia’s foremost privately-owned Sculpture Park, the ever-evolving 19-acre outdoor gallery houses over 60 Australian and international exhibits.
Experience world-class art and breathtaking work of Australian artists such as Deborah Halpern, Bruce Armstrong, Dean Bowen and Reko Rennie, as well as International artists KAWS, Tony Cragg, Jaume Plensa and Julian Opie, to name a few.