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Located on Bunurong / Boon Wurrong Country, Montalto is a place where you can celebrate life and enjoy a moment out of the ordinary.


Owned by the Mitchell family since 1997, Montalto is where seasonal, heirloom produce is grown, shared and celebrated. Montalto’s home estate of 30 acres under vine is the heartland for their award-winning wines, and the expansive kitchen gardens and orchards supply their kitchens in The Restaurant and The Piazza.


Montalto is the proud wine sponsor of The Wheeler Centre.


For more information, visit their website here.


33 Shoreham Road Red Hill South Victoria 3937

Phone: +61 3 5989 8412


33 Shoreham Road, Red Hill South VIC 3937
PH: (03) 5989 8412


Accessible toilets available

Wheelchair accessible

Getting here

Montalto is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes (90km) from Melbourne’s CBD by car and has ample parking available onsite.

The Restaurant at Montalto is wheelchair / limited mobility accessible via a ramp beside the main door to The Restaurant. There are no steps within The Restaurant. There are accessible toilets available in The Cellar Door, within 20 metres of The Restaurant.

Sculpture is an integral part of life at Montalto and a highlight of any visit to the estate. The 1km Sculpture Trail winds through vines, along wooden boardwalks and through the wetlands and affords spectacular views of both the sculptures and the property along the way. Please note: The Sculpture Trail has very limited wheelchair / limited mobility accessibility. This area includes steep inclines / declines, gravel tracks, boardwalks, grass, mud and uneven terrain.

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The Wheeler Centre acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land on which the Centre stands. We acknowledge and pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their Elders, past and present, as the custodians of the world’s oldest continuous living culture.