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Cultural discovery


Edgecombe Brothers

Ready for lunch? Stop in at the delightfully rustic Edgecombe Brothers and relax with a local gourmet platter and a glass of wine under the vines.


Taylors Art and Coffee House

Taylors is the home of unique textiles, artworks, quality coffee and fresh organic food. Be charmed by the talents of the Taylor family.


John Kosovich Wines

Step back in history and visit the unique underground cellar and tasting in Baskerville that is John Kosovich Wines. This boutique family owned winery is famous for chardonnays, cabernets and liquers in particular.


All Saint's Church

The oldest church in WA is tucked away but worth discovering. All Saints Church is the very place Captain James Stirling camped in 1827 and a piece of history that has been well preserved. Appreciate the craftsmanship and find the gravestones of the pioneers who played a significant role in developing the colony.

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The City of Swan acknowledges the Whadjuk (Noongar) people, who are the traditional custodians of this country. We pay respect to their culture, history and their elders past and present.