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“Speed grazing -food, wine & cider trail.”

Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail
Ranked #26 of 94 things to do in Swan Valley
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Owner description: 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 melons and more besides. No wonder the Swan Valley is one of Western Australia's most popular tourist destinations! The region is also home to art galleries, a wildlife park, cycle paths, heritage walk trails and Aboriginal cultural experiences.
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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 morning and i thort we get the wine tour i picked the wrong time of day as it was tasting and grazing. I did not like that l felt obligated to buy and most retail was quite pricy even with discount. We did not stop for a bite to eat after the wine and cider tasting. A bit of a let down. Your better of grazing in your own time. Do not feel your obligated to buy, pack a snack pack with nibbles, after you had a few wine & cider tasting you want nibbles. The best part of the trail was the tour guide history of swan valley. Tour started 8:30am-1:30pm.

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Reviewed 18 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 everywhere hv a really good spot

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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 tours and their contents' behaviour totally spoiled our enjoyment. So we kept moving until we found no party buses. Surely a brewery or pub tour would better suit this type of customer.

2  Thank Pat M
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Reviewed 28 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
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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 league as Hunter Valley.

The entire drive is an easy one and very close to the freeways to the city so it makes this an easy day trip. But the trail was a little splotchy in terms of experience and service. It may be because we did not go in a large group, and it was winter - so we experienced some wineries which were not particularly welcoming.

In general, the portion which had the best overall experience and service was the lower area of West Swan Road, around where you find Providore, the Margaret River Chocolate Company, Yahava Coffeeworks. Yahava Coffeeworks has a scenic spot behind their building, which is a great place to get a cuppa and some snacks. You won't be able to see how scenic it is from the main road, until you get down and walk to the building. Of special mention is also Little River winery, which is just a little north of this area who provided great service.

3  Thank carrotnose_snowman
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