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Outdoor concerts. Gourmet goodies. Summer markets. Wildlife encounters. Masterclasses. Feel-good festivals. Long table feasts. Fun with family and friends. Are you ready to roll?
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Rustic charm, time-honoured recipes and generations of tradition and passion sown into the land. This is the Swan Valley.
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Mandoon Estate may be best known as a winery and fine dining restaurant, but it’s also home to Homestead Brewery, Western Australia’s newest craft brewery.
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Whiteman Park Handcraft offers a constantly changing range of locally made products, produced with love and care in Western Australia.
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The Guildford Village Potters Club studio shop is a longstanding creative outlet for local artists showcasing a wide range of craft items.
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Don’t miss the opportunity to take look inside the famous studio of Antonio Battistessa, where many of the works you’ll see around the Swan Valley and Western Australia were created.
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Situated on the banks of the Swan River, Mandoon Estate is fast becoming an iconic destination for the region.
Established in 2004 by artist Bonnie Atlan and husband Paul, this eclectic art and furniture gallery on Guildford’s main shopping strip sells genuine recycled boatwood furniture and more, as well as Bonnie’s annual collection of original paintings.
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Pay a visit to Illusionary Art's Swan Valley studio shed and observe how a three-dimensional illusion changes in front of your eyes.
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Unique to Perth, this Aboriginal owned and operated enterprise offers cultural activities, talks, performances and bush tucker, as well as beautiful artwork by local Aboriginal artists.
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Exhibiting a unique selection of artworks by local, Australian and international artists, gallery directors Linton Partington and Gary Kay bring to Perth an ever-changing schedule of exhibitions and exciting projects.
Award-winning local artists Nicola Cowie and Katherine Ferguson welcome you to The Artists Nook. Hidden away in the peaceful oasis of Guildford’s Ethel Street Courtyard you will find a selection of their beautiful pieces.
Quality antiques and vintage furniture from France, England and Australia.
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The courtyard studio of artisan Michael Smith, who crafts custom-built furniture.
If you’re looking for an art piece or a quintessentially Western Australian gift or memento, look no further than artist Jude Taylor’s studio, located within Taylor’s Art and Coffee House.
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Owner Phil Russell has gathered together an endlessly fascinating collection of quirky antique curio collectibles.
Curio Warehouse is a modern take on an old-fashioned junk shop, where owners Darrell and Fiona offer a mix of vintage, antique and industrial wares.
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Visit Celtic Swan Furniture to view a wide range of bedroom, dining and lounge furniture, all of it 100% WA-made.
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Sculptures of all shapes and sizes guard the sun-dappled grounds of this, one of the oldest privately owned galleries in Western Australia.
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The furry stars of 1970s children’s show The Wombles - fictional creatures who collected rubbish and re-invented it into useful products - are the inspiration behind Guildford home décor, art and gift store Orinoco and Bungo.