Grace Farm has a special location within the Wilyabrup sub region of the Margaret River wine-growing district of Western Australia. The property is bounded by Caves Road to the east, Cowaramup Bay Road to the north, the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park to the south and private bushland to the west. It is 12 kilometres from Margaret River and less than two kilometres from the Indian Ocean and the world-class surf breaks of Gracetown. The Cowaramup Brook runs through the property, while other creeks and springs succour the enormous variety of vegetation, from jarrah and marri woodland, to melaleuca, peppermint and karri groves. Bushland makes up half the property while the other half, previously used for cattle grazing, has been developed as a vineyard. In addition to the vines, organic vegetables and fruit trees are also cultivated.
Much of the bush is in pristine condition and has a high degree of biodiversity, with rare orchid and marsupial species among the many documented. Balancing care of the bushland with agricultural activity is at the forefront of Grace Farm’s management objectives.