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Cape Bouvard Winery the Thorny Devil Brewery is the only winery and boutique brewery in the Mandurah shire. We are just 20 minutes’ drive south of Mandurah and about one hour south of Perth, just off the Old Coast Road.

The Cape Bouvard Winery and Thorny Devil Brewery is located on a prime waterfront location on the edge of Lake Clifton – home to unique Thrombolites: living rocks! This is one of only two places in WA home to the world’s first life form.

We are surrounded by grassed lawns, set in a grove of large Tuart and Willow Trees on the edge of Yalgorup National Park, where you can enjoy meals from our restaurant whilst taking in the vista.

Our outdoor rotunda is a popular family dining area near the picturesque vineyards which supply us with fruit for wine production. Our beer is also brewed on site. If it’s cold, sit inside by the log fire and enjoy your meal. You are also welcome to use our wood-fired barbeque.

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No one should ever need much of a reason to head to Victoria’s northeast. The High Country has plenty going on whether you’re into mountain biking, hiking, fine wine, skiing, gourmet food, extreme sports – and, of course, beer. But just in case any beer lovers did need a little extra enticement, a new, updated and revamped High Country Brewery Trail guide has been launched by the almost-as-new North East Victorian Tourism Board. Featuring four Victorian microbreweries as well as some of their favourite mountain bike trails (they’re the sorts who thinking nothing of riding up and down a couple of mountains before mashing in), it’s been launched this week.

Three relative veterans of the northeast brewing scene are there – Bridge Road, Bright Brewery, and Sweetwater (which recently moved to a new home in Tawonga South) – alongside newcomer Black Dog, which is found at the Taminick Cellars winery where the winemaker, James Booth, is also the brewer.

According to the tourism bods who’ve put the guide together, complete with some beautiful photography, “Extending from the river to the mountains, Victoria’s High Country Brewery Trail weaves a path to some truly lip-smacking, hand-crafted beers. Each of the four breweries – Black Dog Brewery, Bridge Road Brewers, Bright Brewery and Sweetwater Brewing Company – exudes its own personality and style, just like each of their brews. All the beers are made with an emphasis on quality, using only the best and finest ingredients and the pristine waters of Victoria’s High Country.

“See close up where the beers are brewed, and learn what goes into crafting a unique beer. Our breweries are family-owned and operated, so you may even hear some brewing secrets whispered from the brewers themselves as they pour your beer. Family friendly, our breweries have great outdoor areas for that pint in the sun. Now, there’s an even better way to finish off a High Country day of touring wineries, savouring local fare, hitting the Rail Trail for a leisurely cycle or feeling the thrill of a downhill mountain bike track – and that’s kicking back with a cool craft ale and taking it all in.”

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