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Matt and Marlene Katich specialise in growing around 15 varieties of seedless eating grapes, which they pick fresh off the vine and sell from their farm gate from January to the end of March.
Map reference: C15
Most of what this outlet sells relates to animals, but they’re worth a visit if you’re after some lovely fresh Swan Valley free range eggs.
Map reference: D4
From a small stall in their garage, the Alvaro family sells a wide range of spray-free grape varieties, figs and melons.
Map reference: H3
This charming roadside stall sits at the entrance to Keller’s Bed and Breakfast and the Keller family open their little street market to the public each weekend.
Map reference: C14
Virgin olive oil, vinocotto and fresh seasonal produce are what you’ll find at the Sorgiovanni family’s friendly roadside stall.
Map reference: L5
Edgecombe Brothers, a family owned and operated business, does things the old fashioned way, serving fresh produce and fine table wines at their rustic cellar door and cafe restaurant with warm hospitality.
Map reference: E3
Jane Brook Fresh is a small, eclectic general store selling everything from tinned fava beans to dried lentils and bottled peaches. But the owners also champion local produce, selling a wide range of fresh fruit and vegetables grown nearby.
Map reference: L13
Right up the top end of the picturesque Swan Valley strip, next door to Edgecombe Brothers, lies this welcoming and delightfully laid-back little café and produce store owned and run by sisters Tara and Ann-Marie.
Grape growing has been a Nuich family preoccupation since 1933, and from January to March you’ll find a range of super sweet, super crunchy varieties, along with various melons and other fresh produce from neighbouring properties.
Map reference: D13
Raw, pure, unpasteurised and unadulterated varietal honeys are just the beginning of a visit to this bee-guiling venue.
Map reference: H6
This big, modern shed is home to Romech Parts and Supplies, but the owners also sell their own-grown produce.
Map reference: E10
The Viskovich family has been growing fresh produce on their 5.5 ha valley property since 1950.
Map reference: C16
There has been a roadside stall on this property for over 100 years, and the Sorgiovanni family has run it for over 50 years. Today, three generations of the family are involved.
Map reference: H4
Windarra Honey is a family-run business offering a variety of natural, unprocessed bee products.
Map reference: D11
Pinot Fazzalari sells two varieties of own-grown virgin olive oil – Kalamata and Corregiola - to customers who come back year after year.
Map reference: L12
A small shelf out the front of this modest home offers a small variety of tomatoes, pumpkin and strawberries in season.
Map reference: H10
Charlie and Sally Zannino welcome you to a little slice of history, Valley Wines, where they offer a small selection of Italian style table wines which are pleasing, enjoyable and affordable.
Map reference: K10
Just past the Margaret River Chocolate factory, you’ll see a series of dome-shaped growing tents. This is the home of West Swan Fresh, one of the valley’s largest fresh produce outlets.
Map reference: C12
Every year, Paula and Andy sell over 200 kg of macadamia nuts, picked from their own 150-tree orchard. In season, you’ll find the nuts ready for sale at Baudin’s farm gate stall.
Map reference: G3
Since 1944, the Kafarela family have been growing grapes and seasonal produce on their seven-hectare property in the heart of the Swan Valley. Today they specialise in non-alcoholic wines, liqueurs and seasonal produce.
Map reference: H9
You’ve got to hand it to Dustin and Martin Michael – they keep themselves busy. The owners of Funk Cider also make cold-pressed, unpasteurised and preservative-free juices at their Swan Valley micro-juicery next door to the cidery.
Map reference: A17
This family operated orchard is your one-stop shop for beautiful, tree-ripened oranges and mandarins of various varieties, as well as lemons, limes and grapefruit.
Map reference: H2
Mario Murace’s roadside stall is typical of what you’ll find scattered throughout the Swan Valley: small growers continuing the European tradition of offering for sale whatever’s growing in their garden at any given time.
The Grubisich family has been growing grapes for over 45 years, selling them to the public from a big old shed which is air conditioned during warmer months.
Map reference: B16
The Swan Street Vineyard is an organic vineyard that offers pick your own grapes from late January to March and sells its fresh olives, grapes and figs in The Old Shed.
Map reference: G5
Quick Stop Fruit Shop started in 1979 with a wooden table, a couple of boxes as seats and an umbrella. Over 40 years later, two generations of the friendly Barbarich family sell fresh produce from their stall on West Swan Road from January to March.
Map reference: D15
The Katich family has been supplying fresh grapes, melons and seasonal produce to the public from their home block at the gateway to the Swan Valley since 1964.
Map reference: B18
You can’t miss the Tolich family roadside stall, with its orange pennant flags and huge sign advertising “Baba & Dida’s”.