About Us

Metricup Vines

St Mary’s at Metricup: The Lady Treatt Centre for Learning and Leadership is the outdoor education campus for St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School. The Centre is the largest of its kind for an all-girls’ school in Western Australia and provides our students wonderful opportunities to learn, explore and experiment outside the walls of a conventional classroom.

The 100 acres site was purchased in 2005 and The Lady Treatt Centre for Learning and Leadership was officially opened on 5 April 2008. St Mary’s at Metricup was funded by the St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School Foundation (Inc), as well as generous donations from the School community, most significantly, Lady Treatt (Frankie Wilson ’32), after whom the wines are named. Find out more about St Mary’s at Metricup.

In 2008, students helped plant a vineyard comprising more than 3000 vines, and in 2009 our students planted 60 fruit trees – plums, pears, apricots, oranges and lemons – as well as olive trees.

In 2021, our Centenary year, the Foundation funded the construction of an adventure challenge course and purchased an adjoining property of 43 hectares which boasts natural pockets of tuart and wandoo trees, as well as a natural wetland.

The first vintage of Chardonnay was produced by winemakers at Redgate Wines in Margaret River in March 2012 and the first vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon followed in September 2012.

Our 2020 and 2021 vintages have been produced by award winning local winery, Woodlands Wines, one of the first wineries planted in the Margaret River region when it was established on Caves Road in 1973.