Shipwreck Coast
Victoria

Shipwreck Coast, VIC

Stretching 130 km from Cape Otway to Port Fairy, the Shipwreck Coast was considered as one of the most dangerous bodies of water during the late 1700s and early 1800s. The treacherous waters were responsible for about 700 shipwrecks, the majority of them still undiscovered today.

These days, this stretch of coast line receives two million visitors per year to view well-known limestone features along the scenic Great Ocean Road.

Found either side of this famous route, the Sallow Wattle Seed can be seen abundance in coastal towns, such as Anglesea and Aireys Inlet.

Sallow Wattle Seed

Acacia longifolia var. longifolia

Like it’s cousin the coastal Wattle, the sallow wattle prospers along the Coastline of Southern Victoria.

Despite it’s native origins around East Gippsland the sallow wattle has spread West (by birds and controlled burns) predominantly along the Victoria’s surf coast. Whilst being a native plant, it has had an impact of other native species outside of it’s homelands.

With a subtle nutty flavour and a slight bitterness the ocean swept sallow wattle seed provides a complementary depth to our coastal gin.

A Coastal Gin

Sunrise lime and rainforest lychee complement the savoury notes of coastal rosemary and saltbush. A light pepper finish combines to create a memorable gin.

Gindu is about discovery. The chance to discover more of our great land, be inspired by stunning landscapes, and savour unique Australian botanicals. Our second distillation is our next step in roaming far and wide, and to include the botanicals that appeal through their flavour profile and amazing stories.

This isn’t just our gin, it’s yours.