Tarrington is a popular community located close to the busy city of Hamilton. As a quaint township with numerous amenities, Tarrington is a renowned residential town in the Grampians region.
Originally known as Hochkirk, the town changed its name to Tarrington in 1916. The town’s original name was given to it by its German settlers, but was changed years later owing to world events at the time.
Tarrington Accommodation, Cafe & Hay Bales, Victoria
Another iconic part of this town is the local Lutheran school, St. Michaels. This school is the oldest of its kind in the country, and was constructed more than a century ago. It has been well maintained over the years, and walking within the school property fells like taking a walk back in time to when the first settlers from Germany arrived.
Tarrington offers an unparalleled opportunity to see the iconic vineyards that dot the region. One of the popular activities in the town is to visit the vineyards. There are two distinct wineries that are worth checking out: Tarrington Vineyards and Pierrepoint Wines.
Pierrepoint Wines is a family-owned vineyard and winery that offers bed and breakfast for an unforgettable experience. Visitors are allowed to walk among the vines, explore the area around the lake and even spend time surrounded by nature. This is an excellent venue for destination events.
Tarrington Vineyards on the other hand, welcomes guests by appointment, and is best known for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Accommodation is available within the town too, and in nearby Hamilton. Click the link below to get more attractions in Tarrington.
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