Food and Wine

Dining InDSCF7149 resize 1.jpg

The most popular dining option at Boroka Downs is to dine in, enjoy the ambience and make use of the extensive cooking facilities that include full stove and convection oven, BQQ, convection microwave oven, abundant array of utensils, cooking pots and every cooking basic you can think of from salt and pepper to balsamic vinegar. 

And you are welcome to browse and pick in the organic vegetable garden

We offer a popular range of seasonal and locally sourced 'Dine In' meal packs; fresh fine produce delivered to your room and ready for you to prepare at your leisure.


Complement these with a glass of local Wine. Our wine list is available at Cellar Door prices.

WINE LIST (119.4 KB)


If you're inclined to bring your own produce, as many guests are, we recommend you shop prior to arriving in Halls Gap as the selection here is limited to a small general store. There are some good supermarkets enroute in Ararat, Stawell, Horsham and Hamilton.

Dining Out

Boroka Downs is just 10 minutes from Halls Gap - yet a world away in terms of views, starry night skies, abundant native animals, peace and tranquility but if dining out appeals a number of restaurants and takeaways can be found in Halls Gap should you wish to move from one world to the other.

The restaurants include:

  • The Quarry - Ph: +61 3 5356 4858
  • The Kookaburra - Ph: +61 3 5356 4222
  • The Balconies Restaurant - Ph +61 3 5356 4430
  • The Halls Gap Pub - Ph +61 3 5356 4566
  • Darcys Stone Grill - Ph +61 3 5356 4344
  • OR you can venture to the renown Royal Mail Hotel at Dunkeld - Ph +61 3 5577 2241
  • Spirit of Punjab - Ph +61 3 53564234

Diary note:

Attend the Grampians Grape Escape in early May to experience the best of the region’s food and wine in lively combination with music and varied entertainment including the popular “Scarecrows in the Vineyard” display. Ask about the infamous Barrique Auction.