Hamelin Bay Wines

Western Australia | Margaret River

Our Review

The Hamelin Bay vineyard was established by the Drake-Brockman family, pioneers of the region. Richard Drake-Brockman’s great-grandmother, Grace Bussell, was famous for her courage when, in 1876, aged 16, she rescued survivors of a shipwreck not far from the mouth of the Margaret River. Richard’s great-grandfather Frederick, known for his exploration of the Kimberley, read about the feat in Perth’s press and rode 300km on horseback to meet her – they married in 1882. Hamelin Bay’s vineyard and winery is located within a few kms of Karridale. -JAMES HALLIDAY


Chardonnay, cabernet, semillon, sauvignon blanc

Cellar Door


Wine tastings daily. Bookings highly recommended.
Open every day except Good Friday, Christmas and Boxing Day.


7 days 10.30–4.30

Details are correct at time of writing

Please check winery website for up to date details

Stockist Information

Distribution Information

WA: Cellar Select
NSW: Inglewood Wine Merchants
Vic: Rachel Higgins
SA: Festival City Wines

International Sales Information

UK: Ellis of Richmond
China: Empire M
Canada: Vintage Trade
Malaysia: Finess Elegance
Singapore: VineyardSG


Winemaker Andrew Pruyn
Viticulturalist Dean Fairey
Region Margaret River
Address 231 McDonald Road, Karridale, WA 6288
Established 1992
Dozens 3000
Vineyards (area) 23.5 ha
Opening Hours 7 days 10.30–4.30
Telephone (08) 9758 6779
Website www.hbwines.com.au