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Frankland River Wine Sub-Region - Wineries, Vineyards, Wine, Winery Tour Maps, Cellar Doors - Frankland, Rocky Gully, Kojonup - Great Southern Wine Region

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climate The Cranbrook Region lies North of Mt Barker and West of Porongurup in the Great Southern Wine Region and includes the townships of Cranbrook, Tenterden, Kendenup, Mt Barker. Cranbrook is renowned as the gateway to the Stirling Ranges National Park and is located about 320 km south east of Perth. As well as a tourist centre Cranbrook is a service centre for the surrounding sheep and cattle grazing properties and vineyards. The magnificent Stirling Range National Park are one of the best natural features in Western Australia. The Stirling Range has about and 50 peaks over 600 m high and 15 peaks over 900 m high. The Park features a great diversity of flora and fauna and stunning scenery. There are a number of major walking trails in the Stirling Range National Park and you can get an excellent brochure from the vistor centre and shops in town. The township of Frankland that lies about 50 km west of the Cranbrook is the gateway to winetours of the Frankland River Wineries. Some of the wineries in the Cranbrook area include: Gilberts Wines, Marribrook Wines, Trevelen Farm Wines, Two Bells Winery and Olive oil.

The Great Southern Wine Region includes eleven districts : Albany ; Denmark ; Frankland River ; Cranbrook ; Mount Barker ; Porongurup ; Walpole ; Broomehill ; Borden ; Redmont ; Mount Barker West

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