PO Box 17
Basils Café and Cellar Door:
43-53 Nye Road, Swan Bay, Vic, 3225
General enquiries: email@example.com
Basils Café and Cellar Door (03) 5258 4280
Outside of opening hours or for urgent enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online and receive an instant confirmation.
Opening Hours, Getting Here & Sign up to our Farm News
Open Wednesday – Sunday. (CLOSED Monday & Tuesday).
Weekdays – Café hours: 9am – 4pm.
Cellar Door hours: 11am to 4pm.
Breakfast – 9am to 11am. (Limited menu, as per menu page).
Lunch – 12pm to 3pm. (Full menu + Specials).
Weekends – Café hours: 8am to 5pm.
Cellar Door hours: 11am to 5pm.
Breakfast – 8am to 11am (Full menu).
Lunch – 12pm to 4pm (Full menu + specials).
OPEN PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: 12 noon to 5 pm.
Please note: A 15% Surcharge will apply on Public Holidays
Getting to Basils Farm:
Basils Farm, Nye Road, Swan Bay, Victoria – 4km from corner of Bellarine Hwy and Portarlington – Queenscliff Road or 3.5km from the Rail Trail crossing of Portarlington Road if you are cycling. Click here for directions.
Only 90 minutes from Melbourne, 40 minutes from Avalon Airport, 30 minutes from Geelong and 10 minutes Queenscliff, Basils Farm offers panoramic views across the vineyards, gardens and Swan Bay with its abundance of bird life.
Portarlington Ferry – Service between Portarlington & Melbourne Docklands. Runs 7 days a week, 365 days of the year.
Queenscliff Ferry -Connecting the Mornington Peninsula to/from the Bellarine and Great Ocean Road. Every hour on the hour from 7am to 6pm, 7 days a week, with a 7pm departure everyday from December 26th-January 31st.
Basils Farm News and Wine Club
Join our mailing list to receive our monthly Basils Farm – Farm enews and be kept up to date on the latest news, events and special offers. Wine lovers can join our wine club and be the first to receive our new release wine and invitations to events.
You can also follow Basils Farm on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Dogs at Basils Farm
We love our furry friends and welcome well-behaved dogs that can be placed on a leash (as we also have lots of families visit). We have many lovely shady spots under our fruit trees and also gums, for doggies to relax. Please also ensure you keep your dog off the garden and bring/take away clean up bags with you.