Thebarton Distillery was one of South Australia’s most significant early distilleries. First constructed in 1892 on the banks of the River Torrens, the distillery produced several styles of spirit over its 80 years in production, including the once popular Milne’s Whisky brands.
The Warrenheip Distillery (Brind’s Distillery), was Australia’s most renowned 19th century malt whisky distillery. Built in 1863, it hailed the start of a new era of Australian whisky production.
The original Derwent Distillery, Tasmania’s second legal still, started life as a brewery (sort of) before eventually turning to distilling in 1823.
Victoria Distillery, built by Thomas Aitken, the founding father of Victoria Bitter, produced triple distilled malt whisky in the late 1800s.
Unearthing the complicated story behind Corio Distillery, a giant of Australian whisky production.
It was quite a ride for Shene Estate & Distillery, once home to the Mackey and Shene single malt whisky brands. Today, the site has become the new home of Lark Distilling Co.
Gilbey’s Distillery was an enormous distillery and bottling plant responsible for a plethora of Australian whisky and gin brands.
Established in Port Melbourne by the Joshua Brothers in 1884, the Federal Distillery was once one of the largest in the Southern Hemisphere.