Great Valley Rally
The Great Valley Rally is a family car rally adventure exploring the Swan Valley.
Designed for families with children aged 5 to 12 years old, the trail begins at the Swan Valley Visitor Centre and takes around three hours to complete.
Stirling the Black Swan, named after Captain James Stirling, WA’s first Governor, is the mascot for The Great Valley Rally and will help rally-goers navigate themselves around the many attractions of the Swan Valley region.
Similar to a treasure hunt, The Great Valley Rally participants follow cryptic clues to help find their way along a specific route through the valley. Using the clue sheet they need to find the 10 checkpoints, located along the route and marked by Stirling’s picture, in order to answer his mystery question.
Remember to take your completed clue sheet into the Swan Valley Visitor Centre to claim your certificate after your adventure! (The Visitor Centre closes at 4pm daily).
Start your engines and get off and running with The Great Valley Rally instruction & clue sheet.