Margaret River, Western Australia

Located in the heart of the Wilyabrup district in northern Margaret River, Robert Oatley Margaret River comprises a large established vineyard, cellar door & restaurant with the ability to transform the space into wedding and event facilities overlooking the scenic rose gardens and lake.

Our Cellar Door and Restaurant sources the best from the west, our local chefs keep the menu distinctive yet using time honoured cooking methods, plus new innovative techniques allowing you the connoisseur of fine food to experience cuisine at its best.

Our award medal wines perfectly balance our menu and our talented staff can help pair just the right wine to not only complement but also enhance the flavours jumping off the plate.

The property, formerly Laurance Wines of Margaret River, comes with 110 hectares of outstanding vineyard, a rose garden that boosts 1,000 flowers and a stunning building with its rustic charm and unique finish gives the perception of age.

The building has a large open fireplace, wrap around terrace and four open double glass doors, which allows you rain or shine to dine or try our wines in comfort.

Renowned for being able to transform the venue into fabulous wedding and events, we can cater from an intimate small gathering to a lavish canapé party of over 250 guests.

Our talented Head Chef Jacob Sandwell works one on one with our clients to individually create your special menu.

Robert Oatley wines showcased in the venue are from Margaret River & South West region of Western Australia.

Robert Oatley have produced Western Australian wines under the Wild Oats and Robert Oatley labels since 2006 when now Director of Winemaking, Larry Cherubino, helped them source their first release wines over 10 years ago.

We currently have over 18 wines, plus back vintages available in our cellar door, with new vintages and wine varietals coming on board soon.

“We were pleased to find that beautiful ironbark timbers sourced from the old Wooloomooloo Wharf in Sydney feature throughout the building – a nice link back to our personal home in New South Wales” says Sandy.