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Our top 10 picks

1

The Vines Resort

www.vines.com.au

World famous Vines Resort is a 10 minute drive from Tannamurra. Play golf on this superb golf course.

2

Sandalford

www.sandalford.com

Wine tasting and fine dining at one of the most popular tourist spots in the Swan Valley. A must do while in the area.

3

Whiteman Park

www.cavershamwildlife.com.au

Caversham Wildlife Park is famous for interactive hands on experience with almost every species of iconic Australian bush animals.

4

Lamonts Restaurant

www.lamonts.com

Lamonts is  iconic and synonymous with the very best food and wines.

5

Gomboc Galleries

www.gomboc_gallery.com.au

The largest privately owned company exhibiting contempory and classical sculpture by well known and budding young artists. Gomboc is a quality and fascinating  outdoor gallery.
6

Historic Guilford

www.swanvalley.com.au

Historic Guliford. Visit the nearby town with its beautiful tree lined streetscape and fascinating antique stores and galleries. A vibrant cafe and restaurant spot.

7

Spring in the Valley

www.swanvalley.com.au

Each year in October the valley hosts  arts and music, festivities and gustation. Visit the Swan Valley Tourist site to see this years activities.
8

Tours and attractions

www.swanvalley.com.au

The list of things to do and see in the Swan Valley are endless.

9

Walyunga National Park

www.walyunganationalpark.com.au

The National Park is in the picturesque Avon Valley. The Avon River runs through the centre of the park.Tannamurra is on the boundary of the park so its a great walk from the property down to the Avon River to see the famous Syds Rapids in winter time and have a picnic beside one of the many pools in the summer. Walking trails are available and well sign posted. 1.2 km Aboriginal heritage Trail. 4km Kangaroo Trail. Free gas BBQ's.
10

Wagon Trails

www.swanvalley.com.au

Horse Drawn Wagon Trails. Climb aboard the pioneer wagon drawn by  Clydesdale horses.

For more information, visit the Swan Valley Tourism website.

Things to Do

Situated just 25 minutes from the city, the Valley seduces visitors with a rich fusion of wine, food, art, scenery and nature. You can experience its many wonders along the award-winning Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail – a 32 kilometre loop taking in more than 150 attractions including wineries, lively breweries, fine restaurants, bustling cafes, distilleries, shops, accommodation and roadside stalls selling fresh local produce. The Swan Valley in Western Australia (WA) is a world of surprises just minutes away from Perth’s doorstep.

“Tannamurra” homestead in the Swan Valley is an outstanding luxury Tuscan villa built on 325 acres of magnificent Australian parkland.