Swan Valley Wine Region Guide

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It’s pretty obvious that I love the wineries in the Swan Valley. Since moving to Perth in March 2012 this glorious wine region has now become my home away from home. The Valley is a mere 25 minute drive from the Perth CBD and with over 150 attractions within a 32km stretch, there is bound to be something for everyone.

I literally have a map of the Swan Valley on my wall and I am ever so slowly trying to visit each and every one of the eating and drinking holes along the Swan Valley Wine & Food Trail. As I am building up my posts on the area I thought it would be nice to have a page which can take you to any of these posts in a nice orderly fashion. Perhaps you’re looking for somewhere in the Swan Valley for breakfast? Or a romantic dinner in the Swan Valley? Or maybe you just want to go on a boozey Swan Valley wine tour? I’m your girl!!

Bookmark this page, and make sure to check back for new additions and keep an eye on the Travelling Corkscrew Facebook page, Twitter page and Instagram page to keep up to date with all the mischief I get up to and the secrets I uncover in this beautiful part of Western Australia. I won’t let you down!

Swan Valley Guides:

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Wine tasting in the Swan Valley:

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My go to website is the Swan Valley Visitor Centre’s website – it has EVERYTHING you could want to know from how to go about cycling around the Valley, to the best spots to take your kids to opening times for all attractions.

Plus why not check out my dedicated Swan Valley Facebook Album here.

16 thoughts on “Swan Valley Wine Region Guide

  1. Haha well it is in my backyard, so it’s really my duty to the community to make sure I visit them all frequently Nina :)

  2. Wow Casey, you’ve done some amazing research in the Swan Valley, one of my favourite things about Perth. I’m going to try to work my way down this list.

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  5. Casey we feel so privileged that you have been a very important part of our journey from growing what we know are very special 100 year old non irrigated grape vines to finishing the journey of what we hope is now great wine.
    Thank you so much for the encouragement and inspiration you always give us whenever you come and visit.

    Donelle Tyler
    Tyler’s Vineyard

  6. Thanks for stopping by Jamie!! There are so many tasty treats out here in the Valley that’s for sure :)

  7. Hi,

    As another Swan local, I appreciate your tips and reviews

    For a special breakfast, try Taylors on Grt Northern Hwy

    Cheers,
    Gavin

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  9. I always enjoy reading your recommendations for Swan Valley! I live so close to this pristine location and it’s such a hidden treasure in Perth. It’s great to see your reviews on so many wineries in the area! :)

  10. And do not forget the most wholesome of wines can be found at Harris Organic on the corner of Memorial Avenue at the top of the Swan Valley. Try their Gold Medal ports or dry Verdelho! Open for tasting and sales every day except Tuesdays.

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