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Rustic charm, time-honoured recipes and generations of tradition and passion sown into the land. This is the Swan Valley.
Offering handcrafted beers made from recipes first created in 2005, Swan Valley Brewery's focus is on traditional Irish and English style ales.
Situated on the banks of the Swan River, Mandoon Estate is fast becoming an iconic destination for the region.
The first thing that strikes you on arrival at Lancaster’s famous outdoor tasting shed is just how picturesque this rustic, friendly venue set bang-smack in the middle of the vineyard is.
The multi award-winning beers at Mash Brewing may be seriously good, but this world class, locally-built craft brewery is famous for being anything but serious.
Established on what is virtually an island encircled by the Swan and Helena Rivers, Guildford is ideally suited to exploration on foot.
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.
Tyler's Vineyard specialises in grenache-based wines, made from grape vines which were planted over 100 years ago in the earliest days of Swan Valley settlement.
Experience the feel of the Australian bush as you wander amongst the kangaroos, emus, sharks and snakes, all beautifully presented by Master Taxidermist, Michael Buzza.
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.
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.
Owners Coralie Edwards and Maurice Sawyer travel to out-of-the-way places in south-east Asia to source their fascinating range of original artefacts. The couple specialises in genuine antique teak furniture.
One of the valley’s first micro-breweries, the Duckstein is a casual, friendly place offering a traditional German dining experience with great beers, which are available by the glass or as part of a tasting pallet, and live music most weekends.
Whiteman Park Handcraft offers a constantly changing range of locally made products, produced with love and care in Western Australia.
The grounds of John Septimus Roe's original homestead at ‘Location L’ are now The Llawn at Mandoon Estate – a casual, family-friendly, alfresco area with picnic tables, a fully-enclosed playground and live music on the weekends.
No-one does breakfast quite like the French. Think hand-made pastries, freshly baked croissants filled with poached eggs, ham and creamy mushroom sauce and, of course, seriously good coffee.
Located in a heritage-listed building in the heart of the Guildford cafe and antique precinct, the staff here pride themselves on serving quality coffee, tea and food at very reasonable prices.
A charming, rustic cottage overlooking the vines is home to this small boutique vineyard and cellar door.
Voted one of Australia's Top 100 Gourmet Experiences by Australian Traveller Magazine, Providore is a food and wine lovers’ paradise.
Located within Guildford’s picturesque Terrace Road enclave of shops and cafes housed in historic buildings, Padbury’s offers one of the valley’s most extensive menus featuring modern Australian cuisine masterfully prepared by a world-class chef.
There’s a homely, old-country feel at Fusion on Swan, which offers BYO dining in a quaint little cottage decorated with stained glass windows and memorabilia.
This family-run business opened 20 years ago and offers very fine pies, along with old-fashioned sweet favourites like beestings, vanilla slices, fruit flans and cinnamon scrolls.
Pearl the Clydesdale horse, Sam-mule the miniature mule and Pippa the milking goat are just a few of the happy animals you can meet at the Farm.
Come and enjoy this friendly, relaxed family-run café in the heart of Whiteman Park which serves nutritious, own-made food and locally-roasted coffee with a focus on seasonal dishes and fresh produce.
Pay a visit to Illusionary Art's Swan Valley studio shed and observe how a three-dimensional illusion changes in front of your eyes.
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.
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.
Featuring manicured gardens and large open spaces overlooking the Swan River, The Taphouse at Mulberry Estate is a great place to kick back, relax and enjoy the Swan River views while sampling local beers and a range of local and international wines.
If the DIY espresso martini kits don’t get you through the door of this beautifully restored heritage building in the heart of Guildford, then the uptempo, eat-it-with-one-hand pub grub will.
Owned by the Hanssen family, this lush 30-hectare oasis backs onto the Swan River and was part of the first land grant in Western Australia.
Challenge your friends or family across 18 holes on this beautifully landscaped course set at the picturesque Vines Resort.
Feral Brewing Co is the place for those who take their beer just a little bit too seriously. Driven by a deep respect for traditional brewing methods, the Feral team brew beers brimming with character and complexity.
Get up close and personal with a cuddly python and enjoy a range of interactive presentations designed to entertain and educate visitors of all ages.
If you’re looking for a fun night out with great tunes and a friendly atmosphere, it’s hard to go past The Woody.
The valley’s biggest and most luxurious resort blends a relaxed, country club atmosphere with the level of excellence expected of a Novotel Resort.
The award-winning Muscats Restaurant offers a relaxed and informal venue for breakfast or dinner.
The Margaret River Chocolate Company in the Swan Valley is the largest chocolate factory in Western Australia and features free entry and chocolate tastings, along with viewing windows to watch the products being made.
Oggies Ice Cream Cafe and Lolly Shop is the home of beautifully creamy, traditional Italian gelato, made right here in the Swan Valley. With 60 flavours on offer, your imagination is the limit.
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.
Wine is definitely in the genes of Mickele Amonini who, together with partner Karen Turner, runs this boutique winery and restaurant, selling a wide range of award-winning Italian favourites.
Hand-feed kangaroos, meet the koalas, get photos with your favourite Aussie animals and try your hand at milking a cow, all within half an hour of the city.