The Swan Valley often gets overlooked for its more famous Western Australian neighbour the Margaret River, but it’s a beautiful wine region that’s definitely worth exploring.
Swan Valley is one of the most closely located wine regions to a city in the world, with Perth CBD only 25 minutes and the airport 10 minutes away by car.
The Swan Valley is one of Australia’s oldest wine producing regions, and it’s also one of the warmest wine making regions in the country. It’s renowned for making beautiful fortified wines and liqueurs.
It’s also a great region to discover rich red wines like Grenache and Shiraz, often grown on old vines – white wine lover won’t be disappointed! The region, somewhat surprisingly, excels in producing crisp whites like Verdelho and Chenin Blanc.
You won’t be disappointed with the food offering here either, as there’s a wide fare of regional gourmet food to be enjoyed with your wine!
Discover Swan Valley
In this guide, you will find our recommendations for:
- Best cellar doors for white wines
- Best cellar doors for red wines
- Best wine events and other happenings in the region
- Best places to wine and dine
- Best distilleries and breweries
- Best cheese & chocolate experiences
- Non-wine related things to do
And much more!
This travel guide is free, and is easy to download so you can use it while you plan and when you visit!
How to download: 3 different format options
To print as a flat booklet
This version will print out as a double or single sided A4, that you can staple on the side and use a flat booklet.
To print as a folded booklet
This version will print the travel guide as a double-sided A4 that you can fold into an easy, small A5-size booklet. In your printer settings, choose “print on both sides of paper”, and “flip on short edge”.
To use on mobile or tablet
Our mobile friendly format includes hyperlinks to websites, and makes it easy to click to book or find out more about your next experience.
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