At Yering Station our cultural partnerships are a reflection of our deep appreciation & passion for creative arts.

We are proud to partner with some of Australia’s most innovative and creative arts organisations. Our collaborations with the art & fashion community not only inspires us but all fuels our own creativity. At Yering Station we believe the appreciation & creative pursuits of art & wine-making go together in perfect harmony. Below is a list of our Partners.

Mossgreen Gallery

A leading destination in Australia to buy, sell and enjoy objects of beauty, rarity and value, the Mossgreen Auction rooms radiates elegance and sophistication. The walls are adorned with art of incredible calibre and it is here where your visit isn’t limited to the admiration or buying and selling of Mossgreen’s goods, they also offer a High Tea dining experience.

Served from Wedgewood fine bone china, as notable as the art itself, Mossgreen’s High Tea is a charming experience with an impressive menu sure to delight. Yering Station is a proud partner of this institution and we are excited to work alongside them.

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Queensland Gallery of Modern Art

The largest gallery of contemporary and modern art in Australia, QAGOMA connects the Australian public with some of the most notable artists of our time.

Exhibiting artists such as Picasso, Andy Warhol, and currently the visual works of filmmaker David Lynch, QAGOMA has featured some extraordinary art throughout the halls of their beautiful gallery. QAGOMA exists to connect Australian audiences to renowned international artists and pieces.


Established in 2003 by Melbourne Designer & Artisan Susan Dimasi, MATERIALBYPRODUCT (MBP) is a Luxury Goods House with an iconic language that occupies a unique position at the nexus of fashion, art, design and culture. Highly sought after, envied and even copied, MBP has compiled an impressive inventory of collaborations, commissions and exhibitions that have cultivated a cult like following of cultural influencers and engaged patrons of fashion.

Central to the House is the MBP Enactment, a proprietary performance experience that presents seasonal collections within private spaces, art galleries, museums and major institutions around the world. MBP Enactments engage a select and highly curated group of guests to participate in a ritualised routine of dressing and undressing that draws upon choreography, film and the spoken word to deliver an immersive sensorial experience.

Biennale of Sydney

Australia’s largest and most exciting contemporary visual arts festival. Held every two years, the Biennale is a three-month exhibition, with an accompanying program of artist talks, forums, guided tours and family days – all FREE to the public.

The Biennale of Sydney was the first biennale to be established in the Asia-Pacific region and, alongside the Venice and São Paulo biennales and documenta, is one of the longest running exhibitions of its kind. Since its inception in 1973, the Biennale of Sydney has provided an international platform for innovative contemporary art, showcasing the work of nearly 1700 artists from over 100 countries.

Today it ranks as one of the leading international festivals of contemporary art in the world and continues to be recognised for showcasing the freshest and most provocative art from Australia and around the world.