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Rustic charm, time-honoured recipes and generations of tradition and passion sown into the land. This is the Swan Valley.
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.
Owners Ryan and Kathy van Biljon look forward to welcoming you to their quaint dining room in the Swan Valley.
Known for the quality of their coffee, owners Jack and Kelly pride themselves on offering value for money at their large, busy dining room.
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.
Enjoy fabulous handcrafted, naturally-brewed, award-winning beers and ciders with tasty Australian food in a laid-back al fresco beer garden with plenty of shade.
Willing Coffee offers fabulous specialty coffee along with simple, house-prepared brunches and treats.
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.
An exciting and eclectic lifestyle store offering different and unique pieces, from fashion, homewares and jewellery, to gifts and furniture.
Virgin olive oil, vinocotto and fresh seasonal produce are what you’ll find at the Sorgiovanni family’s friendly roadside stall.
Paintball Skirmish offers a safe and affordable paintball experience, run by professional and friendly staff.
Imagine you could take the very best bits of a department store and create the perfect mix of women’s fashion, jewellery, furniture, lighting, soft furnishings and more in one shop. Panache Living is that place!
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.
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.
Alfonso Romeo and his family are the proud owners of the Mondo Nougat factory, where you’ll discover the secrets and traditions of nougat from the special viewing area.
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.
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.
A charming, rustic cottage overlooking the vines is home to this small boutique vineyard and cellar door.
This friendly boutique distillery is home to the Kimberley Rum Company and internationally acclaimed Canefire Rum, which started life as sugarcane growing in the Ord River Valley in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Challenge your friends or family across 18 holes on this beautifully landscaped course set at the picturesque Vines Resort.
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.
With a focus on fresh, humane and seasonal produce, Swan Valley Gourmet Farm Cafe offers a rustic, paddock-to-plate experience featuring tasty, delicious food that nourishes the body and the soul.
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.
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.
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.
Established on what is virtually an island encircled by the Swan and Helena Rivers, Guildford is ideally suited to exploration on foot.
A small shelf out the front of this modest home offers a small variety of tomatoes, pumpkin and strawberries in season.
This much-admired producer of gloriously complex and rare muscats is also one of the region’s oldest, offering small quantities of elegant, full-flavoured wines made from old vines and new.
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.
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.
With beautiful grounds that extend right down to the river, this purpose-built function facility sits amidst a mix of manicured green gardens and natural Australian bush.
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.
Bruno de Tastes brings his family's passion for winemaking to the Swan Valley, blending centuries of French tradition with Western Australia's climate and rich soil.
Best known and loved as a wedding venue, this historic property and vineyard on the banks of the Swan River is now also home to a cellar door offering wine tasting, barista-made coffee and cakes.
The Guildford Village Potters Club studio shop is a longstanding creative outlet for local artists showcasing a wide range of craft items.
A shop stocking the state's largest range of Dutch products.
Morish Nuts is a proudly Western Australian business with a modern production facility and retail outlet in the Swan Valley.
Pay a visit to Illusionary Art's Swan Valley studio shed and observe how a three-dimensional illusion changes in front of your eyes.
Longstanding outlet stocking a large and ever-changing variety of antique furniture and vintage household items.
Beautifully crafted wines, wine sorbet and wine-infused burgers are just some of the reasons you should visit this friendly boutique winery, cellar door and cafe in the heart of the Swan Valley.
If you’re looking for a fun night out with great tunes and a friendly atmosphere, it’s hard to go past The Woody.
Visit the Txoko Brewery & Winery for a beautiful day out at a family-friendly venue where you can sit, have a laugh and watch the world go by.
This big, modern shed is home to Romech Parts and Supplies, but the owners also sell their own-grown produce.
Pasta in the Valley, a new business offering ready-made Italian fare, plus fresh pasta and sauces.
Jadwiga Maj of the Coffee Hut has built her reputation on the size and quality of her all-day breakfasts and hearty, full-flavoured lunches.
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.
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.
Surrounded by lush green lawns, large trees and picturesque gardens, this attraction offers everything you need for a perfect, fun filled family day out.
Nestled among the vines near the upper reaches of the Swan River lies Sittella Winery & Restaurant. In this tranquil setting with valley and vineyard views from the verandah, visitors are invited to enjoy fine food and award-winning wines.
The award-winning Muscats Restaurant offers a relaxed and informal venue for breakfast or dinner.
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.
Enjoy a tasty meal with beautiful garden views and be waited on by friendly, down-to-earth staff who love their job and will be more than happy to welcome you as part of the Carilley Estate family.
Free coffee tastings, cappucino-flavoured nougat and chocolate-coated coffee beans, roasted on site and covered with Belgian chocolate, are all part of the komplete koffee experience at Yahava KoffeeWorks.
Voted one of Australia's Top 100 Gourmet Experiences by Australian Traveller Magazine, Providore is a food and wine lovers’ paradise.
An eclectic gift boutique at the eastern end of the Guildford shopping strip where you'll find something for everyone.
The Nest is a smaller, more upbeat take on the Sittella restaurant proper, offering imaginative, produce-driven breakfasts, lunches and desserts, or just a glass of wine or coffee.
Escape to one of the Swan Valley's most tranquil locations, where good food and premium estate wines meet.
Located close to the Guildford Hotel, the multi award-winning King & I Thai Restaurant offers beautifully executed Thai food in tranquil, elegant surroundings, served by staff in delightful traditional costume.
There is much heritage in the heart of the Swan Valley at Nikola Estate, where the Yukich family have realised a long-held dream by returning the grounds and winery of Swan Location 11 (formerly Houghtons) to WA hands.
This award-winning, boutique family winery has been handcrafting wines in the Swan Valley for over 35 years.
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.
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.
Pinot Fazzalari sells two varieties of own-grown virgin olive oil – Kalamata and Corregiola - to customers who come back year after year.
This upbeat cafe restaurant within the award-winning Upper Reach winery specialises in beautiful cakes and seasonal fare, much of it sourced locally.
Housed in historic Tindale House, this friendly, elegant BYO cafe serves home-cooked, authentic Vietnamese fare.
There’s gelato and then there’s Mimmo’s gourmet gelato, prepared fresh daily with authentic Italian flavours and locally sourced ingredients.
Platters, delicious pastas and a range of authentic Italian delights are what you’ll find at this relaxed, family-friendly restaurant attached to one of the valley’s oldest wineries.
For those seeking something a little different, the top quality Brazilian cowhides, unusual homewares and handmade furniture at this intriguing shop offers an interesting twist on traditional and classic pieces.
Windarra Honey is a family-run business offering a variety of natural, unprocessed bee products.
There is nothing else in town quite like Alfred’s, Perth's longest-running roadside hamburger kitchen.
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.
Raw, pure, unpasteurised and unadulterated varietal honeys are just the beginning of a visit to this bee-guiling venue.
If you’re a visitor to the region and would like to gain a stronger sense of its heritage, head for this vibrant weekend marketplace featuring an enclosed playground for the kids, plenty of outdoor seating and ample parking.
Owner Phil Russell has gathered together an endlessly fascinating collection of quirky antique curio collectibles.
Locale Mio (‘My Local’) is an authentic Italian restaurant in Guildford that brings together people and food, direct from the farm to your plate.
Stroll through some of the valley’s oldest vines or share a cheese platter and a glass or two of Jarrah Ridge wine.
Being French, owners Claude Dupont and Pascal Gouionnet love to celebrate food so it's no surprise that their delightful lavender-themed gift shop and restaurant, overlooking untouched fields with horses roaming in the distance, feels very French.
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.
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.
Founded in 1956, this family-owned winery produces award-winning premium boutique red and white wines, and specialises in bottle-fermented “methode traditionelle” sparkling styles.
Within the Pandemonium Estate winery cellar door lies a hidden gem for lovers of dry gin, modelled on the gintonerias of Spain and offering tastings and sales of the company’s award-winning gins.
Faber Vineyard owner-winemaker, John Griffiths has earned a reputation for creating rich, ripe wines with strong varietal flavours.
Sin Gin Distillery, creators of the award-winning Seven Deadly Sin series of gins, operating a new cellar door within the Swan Settlers Market.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Situated on the banks of the Swan River, Mandoon Estate is fast becoming an iconic destination for the region.
Every year, winery founder Dorham Mann and daughter Anthea release just two wines, both created the traditional French way, hand-riddled and then aged in the bottle for two years before release.
Luscious, internationally-awarded liqueurs, full-bodied whites and earthy, savoury reds are what you’ll find at historic Talijancich Wines, the first vineyard in Western Australia to achieve biodynamic certification.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Find that ideal statement piece for your home, mother, lover or self at owner Xavier Parker’s celebration of all things retro.
Wyn Lam has owned his Guildford cafe for nine years and continues to serve Devonshire teas, own-made burgers and freshly-cooked all-day breakfasts to his legion of fans.
Harris Organic Wines, Perth’s only certified organic winery and Australia’s only certified organic brandy distillery.
Part of the historical Woodbridge estate, which is a National Trust property and home to the state’s first governor, this waterside cafe sits right on the banks of the Swan River, with an ambience reminiscent of days gone by.
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.
Banara Wines are specialists in vintage and liqueur ports and liqueur muscat styles.
Ristorante de Makarios, a new restaurant in the former vegetarian cafe premises on Great Northern Highway in Millendon.
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.
Classic glamour blends with contemporary style at this historic pub offering a variety of dining options and elegant accommodation at the gateway to the Swan Valley tourism region.
Since the 1980s, the Valenti family restaurant has been serving up big platefuls of robust, full-flavoured Italian fare with a friendly smile. The menu here includes all the usual suspects – pizza, pasta and a wide range of meat and seafood dishes.
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.
The original Victorian homestead and stables of this historic Swan Valley farm are home to a bar and bistro serving international and local beers, wines and cocktails alongside a menu featuring tapas, wood-fired pizza and a big range of pub grub classics.
Offering handcrafted beers made from recipes first created in 2005, Swan Valley Brewery's focus is on traditional Irish and English style ales.
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.
Showcasing a grand, four-storey waterfall and beautifully manicured renaissance-style gardens on the banks of the Swan River, Caversham House has to be seen to be believed.
The Swan Valley is renowned for the quality of its fortified wines, and Twin Hill Wines is the place to go if you’d like to explore a wide range of locally-produced dessert wines, ports and table wines.
Set on over two hectares at the northern end of the picturesque Swan Valley, this family owned and operated business features over 70 display ponds linked by walkways, so it’s easy to view the vast range of designs and water lilies.
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.
A new business offering some unique experiences incorporating a boutique nursery, stunning garden art display and a coffee shop featuring stunning local produce as well as a range of gifts and an awesome kids' playground.
Fourth generation winemaker, Anthony Yurisich makes a diverse range of Swan Valley wines at this award-winning cellar door in the heart of the valley. Over 25 premium wines are available for tasting, including sparkling, white, red and fortified styles.
The Viskovich family has been growing fresh produce on their 5.5 ha valley property since 1950.
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.
Old Young’s won Australian Champion Distiller 2017 and Champion Vodka 2016 and 2017 at the Australian Distilled Spirits Awards, while their pavlova vodka took out Best International Vodka at the American Distilling Institute Craft Spirits Awards.
Taylor’s is a must for a true taste of the Swan Valley. Part cafe, part art studio, the team here is passionate about serving fresh, organic food and quality coffee in a uniquely Australian setting.
Sandalford Wines is one of Western Australia's oldest, largest and most distinguished producers of premium wine, with a history in the Swan Valley linked to the time of European settlement.
There’s coffee and then there’s FiORi coffee, created by this award-winning artisan coffee roaster within the Oakover winery grounds.
Whiteman Park Handcraft offers a constantly changing range of locally made products, produced with love and care in Western Australia.
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.
Within the Oasis Resort complex, Laser Corps Swan Valley features three different battlefields with everything you need for a great combat experience.
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.
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.
Pay a visit to this warm, welcoming, family-run winery with handcrafted, premium wines available from the cellar door and nowhere else!
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 Atkinson family is passionate about making beautiful, high quality wines and have been successful in the business because they instil in it their own family values – integrity, reliability, diversity and plain old having fun.
Home to the largest glass micro-brewery kettle in the Southern Hemisphere, Elmar’s in the Valley produces a range of award-winning beers, made in strict accordance with the 1516 German Beer Purity Law.
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.
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.
Enjoy Oakover wines, FiORi coffee roasted fresh on-site, beers from down the road and fresh, seasonal food straight from the kitchen at Oakover Grounds.
The award-winning Stewart's Restaurant is nestled in the vineyard at the magnificent Brookleigh Estate, offering first-class cuisine in a relaxed, friendly setting.
In the middle of Guildford’s colourful strip of antique and secondhand shops is one of its largest antique stores – a vast showroom filled with wall-to-wall furniture, household and industrial items.
Derek and wife Laura believe that wine is one of life’s essentials, along with family, friends and good food. This philosophy is reflected in their beautiful vineyard on the banks of the Swan River.
The panoramic views of the Darling Ranges from this magnificent winery and restaurant are matched only by the fresh, seasonal produce on the menu.
The courtyard studio of artisan Michael Smith, who crafts custom-built furniture.
Inspired by the healing power of pure essential oils, registered nurse Nicole Stewart has created a beautifully natural and organic skin care range based on the scientific and holistic principles of aromatherapy.
Little Guildford is a modern cafe with an old soul, offering weekend brunches, Saturday night cocktails and locally-sourced evening meals in the heart of the historic Swan Street precinct.
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.
Joey's Swan Valley Diner offers a range of classic American-style burgers that tick all the boxes – southern fried chicken with slaw and aioli, a hamburger made from local beef, a classic Reuben sandwich on rye and much more.
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.
At the Whistler’s Chocolate Co showroom and cafe, you’ll find something for everyone, from traditional confectionery to modern favourites.
Freshly made high teas and other gourmet goodies, all available seven days a week, make this family-run cafe just the ticket for those after an old-fashioned tea.
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.
Forget what you know about cider and discover the wonderful world of preservative-free, natural ciders made from cold-pressed apple juice.
Float Swan Valley, located at the Novotel Vines Resort.
With loads of seating indoors and out, an extensive all-day menu and an impressive range of top quality craft beers, the Valley’s newest pub offers something for everyone.
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.
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.
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.
Lloyd and Jacqueline Jenkins sell their wines by the glass or bottle, along with a range of wine-friendly food including tasting plates, cheese platters, home-made gourmet olives and wood-fired pizzas.
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.
You can’t miss the Tolich family roadside stall, with its orange pennant flags and huge sign advertising “Baba & Dida’s”.
Start your Swan Valley adventure at the region’s newest boutique shopping destination, which offers a delicious and diverse assortment of quality fresh food producers.
Chef-owner Mel and his wife Wendy opened their foodie heaven in early 2017, selling unique, own-made pies, pickles, preserves and delicatessen lines.
Formerly Cobanov Wines, this third generation family-owned and family-run business has been operating in the Swan Valley since 1937.
Nestled into picturesque gardens in the heart of the valley, Rustique is a casual eatery offering a modern, varied menu with a focus on local produce and West Australian specialties.
Set in magnificent gardens, this restaurant and function centre offers a picturesque, elegant dining spot serving fresh, modern Australian fare with an Italian twist.
If you love real Belgian ales, a visit to The Abbey at Chesters is a must-do during your trip to the Swan Valley.
Pandemonium Estate is a modern, boutique producer of table and fortified wines with a Spanish twist. The four-hectare vineyard is sustainably managed with minimal chemical input.
French Accent is a new concept restaurant that mixes French food with an interactive show during your dinner.