Grange Cleveland Winery opened mid-2003. It is a historic property, circa 1890, that remains one of Victoria’s few examples of late 19th Century Domestic Gothic architecture.

Located at Lancefield, the 120-acre venue is a convenient 45 minutes from the CBD and 30 minutes from Tullamarine airport. The property has its own 15-acre vineyard.

Recreational activities on site include an indoor recreation centre with half tennis court, indoor and outdoor team building areas including high and low ropes course, bocci ball and cellar door. Wine tastings can be arranged and Time Out Adventures are located on site and offer a range of team building, group activities, breakout sessions and entertainment options.

Grange Cleveland has a total of 50 rooms: 44 Executive Suites and 6 spa suites in The Homestead. Rooms have hairdryers, iron and ironing boards, Internet access, tea & coffee making facilities and televisions.

There are 6 spacious meeting rooms. All meeting rooms have natural light and ergonomic chairs. The venue has the latest in wireless technology and internet kiosks for use by delegates during their breaks. The bedrooms, conference rooms and lounge area have dial-up and wireless ADSL Broadband. Private dining and private lounges are also available.

The large spacious grounds are perfect for vehicle and equipment displays.

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