10 Wine Bars in Wollongong

Enjoy some fine wine at bars in Wollongong

With some of New South Wales' excellent wine fields like the Southern Highlands on Wollongong's doorstep, this is an area that's full of discerning drinkers. With a heritage like this, you're sure to find a glass to enjoy at wine bars in Wollongong. Whether it's a red chambourcin from the Shoalhaven Coast or a chardonnay from Tumbarumba, there'll be a drink for you here.

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The Swallowed Anchor

City Centre
Drinks$$$$
5.6/6140
The Swallowed Anchor

Towradgi Beach Hotel

Towradgi
Drinks$$$$
5.3/616
Towradgi Beach Hotel

Pepe's On The Beach

North Wollongong
Drinks$$$$
6.0/61
Pepe's On The Beach
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Kabari Bar

Kiama
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5.1/67
Kabari Bar

Gregory Hills Hotel

Gregory HIlls
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5.1/6437
Gregory Hills Hotel

The Cookhouse

Randwick
Drinks
4.7/6145
The Cookhouse

The Wolf

Sydney CBD
Drinks$$$$
4.8/6108
The Wolf

Hotel Palisade – The Public House (Ground Level)

Millers Point
Drinks$$$$
4.7/688
Hotel Palisade – The Public House (Ground Level)

Harts Pub

Sydney CBD
Drinks$$$$
5.0/681
Harts Pub

Li'l Darlin Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst
Drinks$$$$
5.0/663
Li'l Darlin Darlinghurst
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    Make a meal of it at wine bars in Wollongong

    Wollongong's wine bars prove that a visit to one of these establishments doesn't just have to be about drinking. The Swallowed Anchor wine bar in Wollongong city centre, for example, has plenty of tasty dishes on the menu to pair up with your wine. Healthy options like a baby wombok salad served with almond flakes, grilled chicken, sweet soy dressing and more are good choices, while those looking for something more sweet can indulge in a crema Catalana.
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    Share tapas with friends at wine bars in Wollongong

    As the quintessential meal to have alongside a glass or two of wine, no trip to a wine bar in Wollongong is complete without tapas. Designed for sharing, the tapas on offer makes Wollongong's wine bars ideal for a night out with friends or colleagues. Why not make the most of the town's seaside location by opting for some tasty shareable fish dishes like mussels cooked in cherry tomatoes, garlic and chilli? For a more indulgent option, a plate of salt and pepper calamari with pungent chilli mayonnaise will also hit the spot.
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    Stay central at wine bars in Wollongong

    When heading out to enjoy a few glasses of wine, the last thing you want to do is worry about a long trek home at the end of the evening. With Wollongong wine bars like The Swallowed Anchor on major thoroughfares like Crown Street, it's a pleasant stroll from public transport or your hotel. Remember, to avoid disappointment it's a good idea to book in advance. With Quandoo, it takes seconds!