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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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Located on leafy Swan Street in the heart of Guildford and on the doorstep of the Swan Valley, the heritage-listed Rose & Crown is the oldest hotel in WA, providing a welcome resting place for travellers and tourists for over 175 years.
Map reference: C20
Vintage bus and train rides and the State's only operational heritage electric tram are just some of the many attractions to keep visitors young and old entertained at Whiteman Park.
Map reference: A7 & A8
Established on what is virtually an island encircled by the Swan and Helena Rivers, Guildford is ideally suited to exploration on foot.
Map reference: GE4
Woodbridge, a National Trust site, is located on what was once the property belonging to Captain James Stirling, first Governor of the Swan River Colony.
Map reference: D18
Learn more about the heritage of Guildford and the Swan Valley from the Cradle of the Colony Exhibition housed within the Swan Valley Visitor Centre.
Historic All Saints Church, the oldest church in WA. Built by one of the early pioneers of the area, Richard Edwards, over three painstaking years, this charming church has been hosting services since 1841.
Map reference: F3