The Eastern Plains, Inland and North of Western Australia zone, was registered as an Australian Geographical Indication in May 1996. The wine zone is surrounded by the Indian Ocean to its west and north and the Great Australian Bight in the south. Because of its extremely hot weather conditions, the zone has not been included with any wine region so far. Also, the entire region shows the lowest wine production when compared with the other four wine zones of Western Australia. The challenging climatic conditions of this zone attract several winemakers to find the possibilities of producing wines with characteristics unique to this zone. This zone majors in red wine varieties and has also shown a significant growth over the years in producing white wines.