Half Day Swan Valley Wine Tour
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Swan Valley is a region in the upper reaches of the Swan River that is famous for its wineries and breweries, top-notch eateries, and other things to do that will give you unforgetable experiences.
Laid back and enjoy the Swan Valley
For you who love sweets, then you can visit some spots that will make your mouth watering. The first place is the House of Honey. As the name suggests, this place is specialises in pure varietal honeys using traditional and sustainable farming methods. You can learn more about the bees and see the live display. They also have a wide range of honey and beeswax products here. Next is the Swan Valley Cafe that is known as the legendary vegetarian cafe and a specialist for herbal tea. After that, make sure that you don't miss the Mondo Nougat to enjoy your favorite nougat and try the free sample at Morish Nuts. Then, see the only macaron factory opened for public in Western Australia in Maison Saint-Honore and close your day for a wine tasting at the Pinelli Estate Wines. The good thing from these places is that most of them offer gluten free food.
Cideries, Breweries, and Wineries are common in the Swan Valley. Whether it is cider, beer, ale, or wine, Swan Valley has it all for you to taste. There are a lot of places to look on based on what you want to try. For cideries, you can try Funk Cider that serves unpasteurised cider. For breweries, go to Ironbark Brewery to enjoy the award winning beers in a laid back atmosphere, or the Duckstein Brewery that will make you feel as if you are in a bar in Germany with great beer and live music. Duckstein Brewery is also famous for its authentic German food. For dinner, you can try Homestead Brewery that is one of the newest craft breweries and offers both cider and beer. If you are craving for wine, make sure that you don't miss the Olive Farm that is established in 1829 or the Sitella Winery and Restaurant to have a taste of the signature food of Swan Valley along with your favorite wine.
Swan Valley has a lot of artisans that will amuse you in different ways. If you are interested, then start your day in the Taylors Art and Coffee House for a great cup of coffee and amazing lino-cut arts from the artist, Jude Taylor. After that, go check the Guilford Village Potters Studio that displays new works almost daily. If you are a fan of photography, then you can check the galleries of Paul Dowe to see the beautiful photographs of Swan Valley from the eye of professional photographers. For a unique art that will trick your own eyes, go to the Illusionary Art that is located in a modest shed on Great Northern Highway. You will be fooled with the three dimensional art created with aluminion and an angle grinder. The last place that is a must visit for an art lover is the Gomboc Gallery. The place is considered to have the largest private art collection in the Southern Hemisphere that has been developed for thirty six years.
Discover the culture of Australia and the Swan Valley by visiting some places in the region. The first stop is the Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery, a place to see and appreciate exceptional Aboriginal artworks and savour authentic preserves, spices and bush tucker. Here, you can see amazing hand painted-glass, woodware, and art on canvases. Then, grab a lunch at the Edgecombe Brothers to taste a local gourmet platter in a rustic place under the vines. For a history of wineries in Swan Valley, visit the John Kosovich Wines that has unique underground cellar and tasting in Baskerville. The boutique family winery is well known for the chardonnays, cabernets, and liquors. The last place to go is the oldest church in Western Australia named All Saint's Church that is the burial place of the pioneers who has a significant role in developing the colony.
How to Get Tickets?
You don't need tickets to visit Swan Valley. However, some attractions located in this region might require you to buy a ticket. For further information, you can ask the visitor centre of the Swan Valley.
How To Get Around?
Swan Valley can be explored using all kind of vehicles depend on how you want to enjoy the region. If you prefer to get around in a slow pace, then you can walk or riding a bycicle. But, if you want to travel around fast, you can go and drive your car.
What Should I Wear?
There is no recommended dresscode for visiting the Swan Valley. However, be noted to always check the weather before you go out and spend your day in this beautiful place.
Best Time to Visit
The Swan Valley is always beautiful, though the best time to visit will be from September to December. During this time, you can enjoy the relaxing spring weather and see as the wildflowers grow.
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Will I Need a Guide?
For an easier trip, then you can look for a guided tour that will give you many options for package tours. This way, you don't need to think about where to go and how to go to the locations. However, if you prefer to go at your own pace and just enjoy the city, then you can explore around Swan Valley by yourself.
How To Get There?
The Swan Valley can be reached using train on the Midland train line. Get off at Guilford station and reach the place by taxi, uber, or your pre-booked tour. You can also go to Swan Valley by driving from the Perth Central Business District to Swan Valley by heading east on Guilford Road.