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THE HOUSE OF HONEY
Swan Valley’s newest taste sensation!
Taste our many pure and unheated honey
varieties direct from the beekeeper – full
of flavour, goodness and nutrients. See our
live bee display and relax in our cafe with
our famous Devonshire tea.
867 Great Northern Highway
(Cnr River Road) Herne Hill
Ph: (08) 9296 3635
Cnr Meadow & Swan Sts
Ph: (08) 9379 9400
See us before you see the Swan Valley!
For expert advice, visitor information,
maps, souvenirs, accommodation and
Open 7 days 9am-4pm
Ph: (08) 9377 3376
Mob: 0419 954 402
OUT & ABOUT WINE TOURS
Tourism Winner 2009 / 2010 / 2011
Come with us to experience wineries with
ambience and breweries with great beer,
indulgent vineyard platters for lunch and end
the day feasting on handmade chocolates.
Full/Half Day Tours; Evening; Cruises
& Private Group Tours from only $49pp!
Join us and Experience the Difference!
99 Lord Street, Whiteman, 6068
Ph: (08) 9209 6000
Whiteman Park in the Swan Valley is a unique recreation and conservation reserve covering 4,000 hectares
of natural bushland. The Park is home to Caversham Wildlife Park, the Birds of Prey Flying Display, Motor
Museum of WA, Tractor Museum of WA and Revolutions Transport Museum. There are two playgrounds,
picnic and barbeque facilities plus vintage bus, train and tram rides are available. There is a café in the village
plus a number of interesting craft and gift shops.
Woodland Reserve is the Park’s premier conservation project. The reserve provides an important breeding
facility for rare and endangered fauna of the state, including the critically endangered woylie. Tours are available
on the second and fourth Friday of the month from 6.00pm. Pre-booking is essential (08) 9209 6000.
Ph: 0412 244 201
TASTE BUD TOURS
Ranked Number One Tour
in Perth on TripAdvisor
One-of-a-Kind “SPEED GRAZING”–
small groups of 14-16 guests explore the
awarded Food & Wine Trail of the Swan
Valley – Perth’s Valley of Taste – visiting
9 delicious locations enjoying 25+ tastings
twice daily Wed-Sun.
PADBURYS CAFE RESTAURANT
Located within the historic Padbury’s Colonial Stores building, Padbury’s provides a
pleasant, casual atmosphere and alfresco dining. A wide selection of dishes are available
from our a-la-carte, set menu which incorporates fresh local produce, including seafood,
pasta, game, beef, chicken, and vegetarian selections. Local Swan Valley and Margaret River
wines. Gold Plate Finalist for Licensed Café Dining and Finalist Family Restaurant.
Opening Hours: Breakfast 9:00am-11:00am Sat & Sun, Lunch 11:00am-3:00pm Tue to
Sun, Dinner 6:00pm-Late Tue to Sun.
114 Terrace Road, Guildford
Ph: (08) 9378 4484
10250 West Swan Rd (next to Supa Golf and Oasis Resort), Henley Brook
Ph: (08) 9296 5588
MASH BREWING & BRASSERIE SWAN VALLEY
Watch the brewers in action at the award winning Mash Brewing, located in the
heart of the Swan Valley, next to Oasis Resort.
Come and enjoy our award-winning handcrafted naturally brewed beers with great food to match.
• Open for lunch 7 days a week
• Open for dinner Wednesday to Sunday
• Kid’s Designated Corner with playstations
• Kids Eat Free – Friday evenings from 5pm
• All types of functions catered for
100 Benara Rd,
Ph: (08) 9279 2815
DEAR FRIENDS RESTAURANT
Multi-Award Winning Restaurant
Experience intimate fine dining in the Swan
Valley with Dear Friends Restaurant. With
a focus on fresh and local produce, our
exceptional team deliver the highest quality
service, wine and gastronomic indulgence.
Open Wednesday to Saturday for Dinner;
Saturday and Sunday for Lunch.
510 Great Northern Hwy, Middle Swan
Gallery Ph: (08) 9274 3435
Café Ph: (08) 9250 8838
TAYLORS FOOD ART STAGE
Get your coffee, food and cultural fix at the
Swan Valley local’s favourite hangout. Home
to Jude Taylor lino-cut prints, yoga classes,
art workshops, locally roasted coffee and
in-house cooking, check out WA exhibitions
and private functions are welcome.
Open Wed to Sun 7.30am ‘til 4pm.
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