AT JOADJA HISTORIC SITE
SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS | NSW | AUSTRALIA
NOTE: Joadja Distillery will be open Thursday to Monday
10am - 5 pm for free distillery tours and tastings
No booking required... just turn up.
Joadja Distillery is in the Southern Highlands of NSW, located in an 1870’s abandoned kerosene shale mining village.
The Scottish heritage in the valley and the history of "sly grog" inspired the Jimenez family to establish Joadja Distillery in 2014 at the historic Joadja Town.
The Distillery is one of a few single malt distilleries in the world to grow their own barley and have access to natural pristine spring water on-site.
Our intention is to sustainably create and share quality spirits that are true to the character, nature and heritage of Joadja Valley.
1870 - 1911
Visit our Joadja Town website to find out a little bit more about Joadja Town heritage tours, the history of the valley and the influence the town had on the area in its peak.
Please note that the Joadja Historic Site is only accessible on fully guided tours. Please see the Joadja Historic Town Website for information on how to book a tour.