Accommodation in the Swan Valley suits all budgets and tastes. Choose a comfortable place to stay from boutique bed and breakfasts, friendly farm stays, resorts and motels, caravan parks and chalets or self contained cottages.
Art galleries and gift shops are as much a part of the Swan Valley experience as wineries. Talented local artisans regularly exhibit their work in galleries, studios and cafes from potters and Aboriginal painters, to sculptors and furniture makers.
Immerse yourself in the gourmet, scenic and natural wonders of the Swan Valley by heading out on a drive, walk or bike ride. Enjoy our very own treasure hunt style trail - the Great Valley Rally - a car rally adventure exploring the Swan Valley.
The five Swan Valley boutique beer outlets offer a unique opportunity to sample award-winning local beers. And the breweries are not just about beer, they also offer premium wines, scrumptious food, live entertainment and laid-back beer gardens.
Two of Western Australia's best distilleries are found in the Swan Valley, the Great Northern Distillery - home to the award-winning Canefire Rum - and Wild Swan Distillery. Products include vodka, whiskey, liquers, cocktails and unique syrup mixers.
Would you like a wedding on the banks of the Swan River? Sunset drinks for a work function? A group dinner or a conference for hundreds of guests? No matter what event you're considering, the Swan Valley has a venue to suit your function.
The Swan Valley is built on a rich and unique heritage blending Indigenous, pioneering colonial and Southern European roots.
If there's one thing that sets the Swan Valley apart from other culinary hotspots, it's fresh, local produce. Our Mediterranean climate provides perfect conditions for agriculture and viticulture. No wonder we are known as Perth's Valley of Taste.
Restaurants and cafes in the Swan Valley offer a wide variety of ways to give your taste buds a treat. Proudly named 'Perth's Valley of Taste', the region boasts over 90 venues - many showcasing the Valley's fresh local produce.
A great way to explore the many art galleries, gift shops and purveyors of fresh produce in the region is to follow the Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail. For a large range of second-hand wares browse the James Street antique strip in Guildford.
Join a personalised tour to discover the Swan Valley's most treasured attractions. Choose from coach tours, river cruises and guided walks to helicopter flights and horse-drawn wagon rides, to name but a few.
The tradition of small boutique wineries in the Swan Valley is the foundation of this wine region's charm, Among big international players are many smaller wineries - places where the people who make the wine greet and serve you at the cellar door.
With award-winning wine, comes award-winning food thanks to the many talented chefs at the vast array of wineries with their own restaurants and cafes in the Swan Valley. Why not sample delicious local produce accompanied by great wine?