Swan Valley Attractions

Situated on the Darling Escarpment 13 kilometres from Midland, Wandoo Heights Walking Trail takes you through a diverse collection of wildflowers and native plants. Allowing you to view the panorama o...
Aboriginal owned & operated, Maali Mia is an Aboriginal Cultural Centre, located on the site of the historic West Swan Primary School, established 1896. A wide variety of unique and original Aborigina...
Attracting the global gourmands from near & far, the Swan Valley Food & Wine Trail is a fusion of fine food, wine, art and nature. A 32 kilometre drive allows you to take in more than 150 attractions,...
Family owned and operated, Caversham Wildlife Park features 200 species and more than 2000 animals, birds and reptiles, attracting visitors from all over the world. Shows, talks, photo opportunities a...
The Swan Valley is about 16 km east of Perth. It is Western Australia's oldest wine-growing region. Over half of all the wines produced in the Swan Valley region are available only at cellar door. Man...
Have you ever wonder why the Swan Valley is "A World of Surprises just minutes' away"? Come in and see us to find out why. The Swan Valley is Perth's premier wine and food destination and Western Aust...
A town landmark, built in 1900 with the clock tower added the following year.
Built in 1842 by Abraham Moulton as his home and general store.
Family Fun Park
Opened in 1867 and designed by architect Richard Roach Jewell.
Commenced in 1840 and completed after extensions in 1850 and 1866.
All works reflect the character of Western Australia
Home of the Guildford Historical Society. A collection of textiles and memorabilia from early settlers of the Swan Valley.
Explore & enjoy Perth's wine country by horse drawn wagon.
Experience Perth's most luxurious river cruise aboard the lavishly appointed Miss Sandalford while you learn about the art of wine assessment.
now a private residence and not open to the public, this historic home was built in 1852 as the residence of convict supervisor, Lieutenant Du Cane.
Built in 1854 by Samuel Baker as a shipping agency, now a retail wine outlet.
built in 1853 to store supplies for Convict working parties, is now the headquarters for the Garrick Theatre.
Belle Classic Limousines provides Perth's largest range of classic wedding cars and modern limousines, including Rolls Royce, Chrysler and Jaguar.