1870 Brookman Rd, Hope Forest SA 5172, Australia

Bagel Shop, Coffee Shop, Weddings, Wedding Store, Wedding Venue, Art, Art Gallery, Wine Store, Rock Climbing Gym

Art Gallery, Cafe, Liquor Store, Store, Food

(08) 8556 7351


Open Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Magpie Springs

About the business

Magpie Springs, We have wine, the art and the coffee.

Magpie Springs One of the first vineyards planted in the Southern Mt Lofty Ranges located at the top of Willunga Hill. One of the first vineyards planted in the Southern Mount Lofty Ranges.

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sheree summerill
Quiet relaxing atmosphere underneath the shaded outside area. Great wine and food. Hosts are very welcoming . Great afternoon. Wine tasting not one wine i didnt enjoy. Go see for yourselfs. Thanks again for pleasant afternoon
Fiona Pitcairn
Amazing setting today. Hot weather and beautiful location. Management need to manage their patrons better. The day was spoilt by dunken loud women who showed disrespect to the artists and the paying patrons.
David Smith
Great place for a wedding and reception. Manager joins in so just roll with that!
Chunky Custard
A real mish-mash of mess. This business could be really unique and good... with just a tiny bit of effort. Rubbish in the driveway on arrival, gardens unkempt and kind of messy. No signage, with 4-5 buildings we had to just walk around aimlessly until we found more people, which turned out to be the cellar door, which turned out to be where you paid for the climbing in another building. (Strangely the nice gardens are behind the property near the dam... which you cannot walk around). It took 10 minutes to get someone's attention to pay for 2 kids to climb, then a strong sales pitch for coffee and wine which I get, but I said no thank you once, that should be enough. Then a 5 minute safety spiel, which I also get but the place, is soooo poorly kept overall that they could use that time cleaning up rubbish and replacing missing pavers and removing rubbish to lower risk. Walked past 2 more huge piles of mess, fuel tins, pesticide containers, just general farm garbage on open display from the cellar door to the climbing walls. I get it this is a working vineyard, but you can have some general housekeeping, especially in areas accessible to the public. Everything just seemed... lazy. Climbing was great, kids had a ball but the soft fall mats did keep sliding down the hill away from the wall, opening up a large gap so I kept kicking the mats back up against the wall. The long list of rules doesn't specifically include 'put rubbish in bins' not that I saw any bins, so people just throw empty cans and bottles on the floor, and no-one seems to mind that, or rubbish, ciggie butts and other overall sloppiness. And they seem to really dislike kids, for a 'family friendly' place. Had a quick wine tasting on the way out, a bit underwhelmed with the wine quality too and the guy pouring, dressed in dirty oil-stained jeans, just complained loudly about scoopon vouchers the whole time to another visitor. Left without a purchase (I buy wine I like, sorry) which seemed to offend as well. The art was just as odd as the rest, with no real theme, what is a microscope with a pin on it, not plugged in anyway? A bouldering wall with art and wine could actually work, but they need to put in just a little more time and effort if they want to keep return visitors. McLaren Vale deserves better.
Paul Earney
Beautiful and serene. Coffee and wine. The most lovely hosts. Take the the time visit and enjoy.

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