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Experience a Swan Valley Trail

The best way to explore the Swan Valley is on one of our seven extraordinary themed Trails. There are delectable delights, refreshing bevies, breathtaking artistic endeavours, family fun, a bush tucker experience and so much more to discover. Take your pick or experience them all! 

We invite you to take a series of adventures through our home.

With more than 40 world-class wineries, six breweries, two distilleries, three cideries, a meadery, endless gourmet producers, bustling markets and vibrant artist studios, there’s more than 150 places to discover and experience in the Swan Valley. Our winding Trails journey deep through the Valley, showcasing some of the highlights of the region.

Our Swan Valley producers and friendly locals look forward to meeting you along the way. See you soon!

Fine Wine Trail

Fine Wine Trail

The Fine Wine Trail is the perfect way to sample some of the area's most exquisite drops, with all the wineries on the Trail having won trophies at the coveted Singapore Airlines Swan Valley Wine Show.

Wine & Art, Off The Beaten Track Trail

Wine & Art, Off The Beaten Track Trail

Join vignerons and artists as they create handcrafted products in this authentic meet-the-maker experience.

Cider and Ale Trail

Cider and Ale Trail

You might know the Swan Valley as Western Australia’s oldest wine producing region, but did you know, it is also leading in craft beer and cider.

Fresh Seasonal Produce Trail

Fresh Seasonal Produce Trail

Take a taste-filled journey by sampling the fresh seasonal produce on offer in the wonderfully diverse and vibrant Swan Valley.

Bush Tucker and Beyond Trail

Bush Tucker and Beyond Trail

Before European settlement, the Swan Valley provided substantial seasonal food sources for Wadjuk people. Taste traditional bush tucker on this unique trail.

Sweet Temptations Trail

Sweet Temptations Trail

A journey of mouthwatering, world-class artisan produce handmade in the Swan Valley.

Kids in the Valley Trail

Kids in the Valley Trail

The Swan Valley has loads of family-friendly adventures that will get your kids excited!

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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.