Helen’s Hill Story
The story of Helen’s Hill began long before a vine was ever planted in Coldstream. It’s a story of two families with a love of farming and wine running deep in their veins. Having been dragged away from the land, they had always yearned to return to the life that created the fond memories of their youthful years.
So, when the opportunity arose in 1997 to combine a passion for farming and love of great wine, the Nalder and McIntosh families decided it was too good of an opportunity to pass up. What you see when you enter the gates today is the product of that passion. A truly family run and owned vineyard with a passion for great viticulture and producing wines of quality and distinction.
Workers in the performing arts across the state are experiencing the immediate and devastating impact of event cancellations and venue closures due to COVID-19.
From independent artists and small companies through to large organisations like Arts Centre Melbourne, everyone is affected. Our own temporary closure has affected the lives of hundreds of artists, technical production, box office, front of house, production and associated support staff, who depend on a vibrant and fully functioning Arts Centre Melbourne. And the livelihoods of many others across the industry are at stake.
Now they need our support.
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