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We are happy to be open for you. Our current opening hours can be found in the table. Never stand in front of closed doors again! Just check in advance if we are still open. Because nothing is worse than looking for a parking space, then walking to the restaurant to find out that the restaurant is not open yet. Just check online if Silkwood Wine and Restaurant is still open.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 10:00 - 16:00
  • Tuesday 10:00 - 16:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
  • Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
  • Friday 10:00 - 16:00
  • Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
  • Sunday 10:00 - 16:00


  • Address: CHANNYBEARUP, Channybearup Road, Pemberton, Western Australia 6260, Australia
  • Phone: +61897761535


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Thoroughly enjoyed a quiet lunch at this elegant winery. The share plate was the perfect size for two and was complimented by a glass of wine. Highly recommend tasting the wines before sitting down to lunch. Lovely dining area overlooking pretty gardens and an extensive lake. Staff were knowledgeable and friendly.

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Silkwood is tucked well away, in the rolling forest and farmland country near Pemberton. Way off the beaten track, but apparently enough people find out about it. Siri advised us to get out and walk at one point, but that is not necessary.The winery/restaurant building has a comfortable, contemporary feel suggesting sophistication. The wines and the food live up to that, in spades. In front of the building, overlooked by the restaurant area, a lawn slopes down to a large dam, mostly surrounded by forest. A restful and interesting view.The restaurant would seat 50 or so, at a guess, but on the Saturday we visited the tables were well spaced, so you don't have someone else's conversation at your table. The spacious tasting area is separate but adjoining.We found the staff very knowledgeable and helpful, and the whole experience welcoming.The wine list is diverse and interesting. The whites are in general are taken to an unusual degree of dryness. I particularly liked the Chardonnay. The reds are very good, and I most enjoyed the Pinot Noir and Cabernet/Malbec.The food lived up to all the promise. Seafood bisque and pork belly were both beautifully presented and delicious. Both went well with the Chardonnay. A big platter of meats, local smoked fish, preserves and excellent sourdough bread was more than enough for two, after the entrees. We grazed and chatted happily, with just the right amount of attention from staff, and the view in front of us.A very enjoyable experience all round.