Kongorong is a town in South Australia, in the District Council of Grant near Mount Gambier. Its name is said to translate to “the corner of it” in the indigenous language.
The town is best known for its sheep and dairy farms, grape growing, and timber plantations.
Kongorong Accommodation, School, Sports Clubs & Vineyards, SA
In 2010, the town was added to the Mount Gambier Regional Winegrowers Association. The newly defined area also includes wineries located in Kalangadoo, Nangwarry, Moorak, Yahl, OB Flat, and Square Mile.
Wine enthusiasts are recommended to visit the Kongorong Vineyard; a 30-hectare large winery known for its world-class Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Gris.