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So much to do and try

What makes this 32km trail amazing is that you can cover this within 1-day, making stops along the... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2017
Singapore, Singapore
NIce place to go around for all yr food and wine tastings!

The Swan Valley is WA's oldest wine growing region and Australia's first Humane Food Region... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2017
Puha P
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1 Sep 2017
“So much to do and try”
15 Sep 2017
“Tasting exercise”
The award winning Food and Wine Trail is a well signposted, 32km scenic drive trail, encompassing more than 80 restaurants, wineries and breweries and more than 50 seasonal roadside stalls lie along the trail, selling everything from asparagus to...more
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Swan Valley, Western Australia 6055, Australia
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Reviewed 15 September 2017

In this five hours tour one can Taste the locally made chocolates try varieties of nuts, check the premium wines The vineyards find about the coffee making process and taste it too, inspect the different types of honey and how they taste and find cheese...More

2  Thank Inam K
Reviewed 1 September 2017

What makes this 32km trail amazing is that you can cover this within 1-day, making stops along the way sipping coffee, tasting wines, cheese & chocolates, visiting vineyards, etc.

1  Thank Erico2709
Reviewed 16 March 2017

The Swan Valley is WA's oldest wine growing region and Australia's first Humane Food Region, located just 25 minutes from Perth.We had fun driving up to all the wineries and food tasting! Lots of choice for you. You will be spoilt!

2  Thank Puha P
Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

This Was the CHERRY of the cake!!! I found this "atraction" in Perth after few reviews ... and I had the Best day really easy to get there in one train From perth and the lady in the visitor center Was so helpful,I got a...More

Thank Kharly
Reviewed 26 October 2016

The name says it all, disapointed that the tasting was also open to the public that you may as well have done in your own time and save your fee. I did not think it was good value for money. We went on a saturday...More

Thank Meetmeinhollywd
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

I was there on sept 17th 2016. It was amazing place. All the food, wine, chocolate, ice cream, nuts is in one area. I suggest to take ur own driving tour, so u can stop at any places n take few photos or selfie coz...More

Thank DwiPrakresna
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

Decided to have some time out of Perth. Where better to go than the Swan Valley. Arrived late morning and had a good early lunch at Penny Corner. From there things deteriorated. Venues are all beautiful , BUT having to contend with the party bus...More

2  Thank Pat M
Reviewed 27 June 2016

Well worth the short drive to this quaint area. We visited many wineries, chocolate shops, nougat & nut house. Easy driving and everyone we met was lovely. Would go there again.

1  Thank Bernadette K
Reviewed 26 June 2016

If you are in the Perth region, this would be a pleasant self drive which you can spend a few hours. If you are a die hard foodie, who have been to other regions such as Hunter Valley, this is not quite in the same...More

3  Thank carrotnose_snowman
Reviewed 6 May 2016

It was great to water around the 34 km trail, stopping at food places and wineries to look and sample their wares. The chocolate places were a favourite.

1  Thank minnie425
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