The National Wine Centre of Australia is an exhibition on Wine that is situated in the Australian city of Adelaide. The exhibition opened in 2001, it displays exhibits on all aspects of wine which includes how to make wine and the different types of wine. It is housed in a purpose built building which was designed by architectural firm Cox Grieve Gillett, with building materials being the same as those used in the wine making process. The exhibition also has its own vineyard and wine tasting area. It is the go to place in Adelaide to learn about wine.
The Wine Centre is situated on the North Terrace in Adelaide. Take the 106, 174, 176, 178 or 281 buses to ‘Botanic Road Stop 1’ which is just outside the Wine Centre. You can also drive to the Wine Centre, it has its own car park but spaces are limited.
Opening Times and Admission
The Wine Centre is open to visitors daily, 9am-6pm. The centre has a wine bar that is open till late on certain days.