We are just an hour South East of Melbourne. By car, head out along the Princes Highway (M1) and you will find us Pakenham and Warragul.  Or catch a train out to Tynong Station (Traralgon Line). Local taxis can be booked for the short hop from the station to the Vineyard.

OPENING HOURS: We are open 7 days between 11am and 5pm except Christmas Day and New Years Day. Full restaurant menu available for lunch*, dinner on the last Friday of every month and as advertised (winter hours may apply). *Note Wednesday is Friends Day at Cannibal Creek with a menu designed for sharing, you can read more and see a sample menu here.  Bookings Recommended 

Cannibal Creek Winery


Gippsland is starting to become known as a food and wine region to visit. Here’s a few of the local businesses know well and recommend. Contact us if you would like personalised recommendations.


Cannibal Creek Bakehouse: Make woodfired sourdough bread  
Eighty One: Restaurant in Berwick
Gippsland Cheese: Wholesaler and Retailer of Gippsland Cheese
Independent Cellars: stocking local wines
Jinks Creek Winery:  Pizzas on Sundays
Luciano’s: Authentic Italian Food and Pizza Restaurant with Wine Bar Drouin 56255211
Mona Cellars: Wholesaler of Gippsland Wines
Narkoo Jee Winery: another top producer with restaurant attached
Neilsons: Taralgons best restaurant
The Independent in Gembrook:
Yarragon:  for Food and Wine



Lalee Farm: Beautiful accommodation in Tonimbuk
Luxury Accommodation B&B
Tallawarra Accommodation: B&B Luxury Accommodation in Tonimbuk
Vivere Retreat
Vue at Jindivik Eco B&B
Warragul Motel



Cannibal Hill – Great nearby bushwalk, 40mins and a steep walk up! Views of Black Snake Ranges
Cranbourne Botanical Gardens and Cafe
Gumbuya Park Nature and Family Fun Park
Half mark between Melbourne and Phillip Island
Peppermint Ridge Farm: Enviromental Workshops and accommodation
Rare plant nursery
Walking in Gippsland



Cannibal Creek Vineyard
260 Tynong North Rd
Tynong North Victoria 3813