About Willow Tree Estate

Willow Tree Estate is an elegant, luxurious large estate on seven stunning acres boasting eight to twelve generous well-appointed bedrooms with bathrooms. It offers grand comfort with sumptuous soft furnishings, elegant décor, and a laid-back atmosphere. It prides itself on some of the most magnificent views in the Valley over the surrounding vineyards out to the Brokenback & Barrington Ranges.

The six spacious bedrooms on the first floor each have a luxurious king bed plus a king single and all have their own large en suite bathroom, two with spa baths. They all open to their own private balconies hosting spectacular views. The ground floor has two charming bedrooms with two bathrooms.

This magnificent property has everything a large group of family or friends could wish for with a stunning open plan living and dining area, an oversized semi commercial kitchen suitable for large groups or event catering, a separate lounge room with fireplace. Willow Tree also boasts a quirky Bean Bag cinema, a large swimming pool, WIFI, bocce court, games room with pool table, a large assortment of board games and puzzles and a Playstation for the little ones. It has an enormous entertaining sundeck overlooking the gardens and vineyards with a large BBQ.

The property also has an extra piece of paradise with its own little beach next to the dam complete with sun lounges. Picturesque gardens and rotunda add to the beauty of this stunning property which is perfect for small intimate weddings for up to 40 guests or marquee style weddings up to 100 guests on request.
Willow Tree is also the perfect venue for that corporate event, offsite or conference.

Willow Tree Estate is a short stroll to Matilda Bay Brewhouse & Dining, Binnorie Dairy, La Glace Dessert Bar,
The Mill Restaurant and the Brokenback BBQ and Tapas Bar.

A  2 minute car trip down the hill will take you to Keith Tulloch Wine which has the on-site Muse Kitchen restaurant, a cellar door and the famous artisan chocolate shop Cocoa Nib. A 2 minute car trip in the opposite direction will take you to Peter Drayton’s Ironbark Hill Brewhouse and cellar door and a fabulous new eclectic homewares store Libby & Lils selling “stuff with history and stuff without”.