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Vines Mini Golf

Vines Mini Golf

Challenge your friends or family across 18 holes on this beautifully landscaped course set at the picturesque Vines Resort. The perfect activity to keep the little kids (and the big kids!) entertained. No bookings are required so just come on down. Mini golf is suitable for all ages and is a perfect location for birthday parties, team building or corporate events. They also have ample free parking and a range of delicious food and drinks available during your game. The Vines Resort is located within the beautiful Swan Valley in Perth Western Australia. The Resort is located approximately 40 minutes…
Paintball Skirmish

Paintball Skirmish

At Paintball Skirmish they operate outdoor playing fields Swan Valley and are open seven days a week with morning and afternoon sessions available. The playing fields include their famous Double Decker Bus Siege, Woodland Sniper Game, Pine-Forest Blitz, Village Skirmish, Maze Game and many other games tailored to suit your group! They cater for individuals and groups such as birthdays, bucks or hens parties, football windups, corporate team building, Christmas functions and children’s parties. Paintballing will test your wits and strategic combat abilities! All players will receive state-of-the-art semi-automatic paintball markers, camouflage overalls and a paintball battle mask. They also…
All Saints Church - Henley Brook

All Saints Church - Henley Brook

Discover the charm and history of All Saints Church in Henley Brook, which is the oldest church in Western Australia. Taking three years to build by one of the early pioneers of the area, Richard Edwards, the church has been hosting services since 1841. Wander around the quaint church and examine the craftsmanship of the early settlers. Walk through the cemetery and read the inscriptions on the gravestones of significant pioneers who developed the colony, including William Mackie, Frederick Irwin and John Connolly. The site of the church holds great significance as it was here that Captain James Stirling camped…
Bells Rapids

Bells Rapids

Located in Brigadoon, this picnic and bush walking spot at Bells Rapids is a prime viewing area to see competitors in the annual Avon Descent White Water Race battle the rapids. Explore the streams and waterfalls as you wander along the nature walks beside the Avon River. The area is not recommended for swimming. Access to the rapids is via a gravel road which leads to a car parking area. Dogs are permitted but remember to keep them on a leash. Bells Rapids is also the habitat of the beautiful grey kangaroo which can be seen at certain times of…
Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm

Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm

When visiting the picturesque Swan Valley and perhaps one of the many vineyards, restaurants, cafes, boutique breweries, chocolate factory, art galleries etcetera, be sure you call into the Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm. The kids will love you and you'll love the farm too! A visit to the Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm provides children (and ‘grown-ups’ too) with the opportunity to experience the joy of getting ‘close and personal’ with lots of friendly farmyard animals in a delightful outdoor country atmosphere which is just 30 minutes from the Perth Central Business District in the heart of the beautiful Swan…
Oasis Supa Golf and Mini Golf

Oasis Supa Golf and Mini Golf

Surrounded by the beautiful Food and Wine region, Oasis Supa Golf and Mini Golf is well placed to provide you some fun and laughter with your friends between venues. Supa golf is a unique take on the game of golf and is played with bigger balls and four clubs that makes the game so much easier to play. It’s perfect for six-year olds to seniors and everyone in-between! Taking an hour-and-a-half to play nine holes, it leaves plenty of time for a game of mini golf and to enjoy the fruits of the Swan Valley. Their 18-hole adventure putt mini…
Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery

Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery

A must do on any visit to Perth. Located in the Swan Valley, Western Australia's oldest wine producing region. Nestled amongst the vineyards and lots of other attractions, Maalinup is just 35 minutes from the Perth Central Business District. Maalinup has been a gem in the Swan Valley since 1999. An Aboriginal family owned and operated enterprise offering an art gallery and gift shop, and indigenous cultural activities. Entrance to the gallery and gift shop is free but activities attract charges and must be booked in advance. You can view their range of activities on our website. Maalinup offers original…
The House of Honey

The House of Honey

The House of Honey is a honey farm in the heart of the Swan Valley. All of their honeys are extracted with care on site and are unblended, unheated and pure with the nutrients and goodness intact. You can taste the difference! Learn all about the fascinating world of bees as you chat to the beekeeper and see the live bee display. Challenge your taste buds by tasting all the different honeys at the honey tasting station. They also have a grand display of beeswax candles, honey vinegars, giftware, beauty products, royal jelly, bee pollen, honey sparkling water and a…
Swan Valley Wine &  Art, Off The Beaten Track Trail

Swan Valley Wine & Art, Off The Beaten Track Trail

Welcome to the Swan Valley's Wine & Art, Off the Beaten Track Trail, an authentic meet-the-maker experience with some of the most talented winemakers and artists who call the Swan Valley home. As part of the trail experience you will travel off the beaten track through some of the Swan Valley’s most picturesque and rustic landscapes, located at the foothills of the Darling Scarp. Going behind the scenes at family-owned wineries is the perfect way to gain insight into the commitment and challenges associated with handcrafting premium wines from the vineyard to the bottle. For many, the next generation are…
Swan Valley Kids In The Valley Trail

Swan Valley Kids In The Valley Trail

Welcome to the Swan Valley's Kids in the Valley Trail, where kids and grown-ups alike can feed Australian wildlife, cuddle farm animals, venture on a bush walk and so much more. Whether it's the excitement of seeing some of Western Australia’s coolest reptiles, enjoying delicious chocolate and ice cream, playing a round of mini golf or giving the cutest baby animals a big hug, the Kids in the Valley Trail has something for everyone. All explorers need to eat, so once you’ve run the kids ragged, revive the family at one of the many venues on the trail that offer…
Swan Valley Fresh Seasonal Produce Trail

Swan Valley Fresh Seasonal Produce Trail

Welcome to the Swan Valley's Fresh Seasonal Produce Trail, an inspirational journey where you'll meet the people behind the produce that tantalises your tastebuds. The growing of fresh Swan Valley produce is ruled by the four seasons. Passionate and dedicated growers, a warm climate and fertile soils create a bounty of mouth-watering food grown with love each season. Seasonal eating makes perfect sense - using food that is fresh, flavoursome and abundant elevates your favourite dishes to the next level of delicious. As an added bonus, seasonal produce is also very kind on the purse strings! The Swan Valley is…
Swan Valley Bush Tucker and Beyond Trail

Swan Valley Bush Tucker and Beyond Trail

The Swan Valley has always enjoyed a rich tradition as a food bowl. Aboriginal people have always lived a life governed by their own six seasons. Djeran (autumn) would see them returning to tend their gardens, hold ceremonies and prepare for Makooroo (winter). Plant and animal foods were plentiful. Captain James Stirling in 1827 made his way up the Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River) as far as the site of All Saints Church. He explored the local area and deemed the alluvial soil worthy of supporting a new settlement. The first grape vines were planted in 1829 at Olive Farm by…
Walyunga National Park

Walyunga National Park

Walyunga National Park covers 1,800 hectares of the Darling Range, tucked behind the Darling Scarp covering both sides of a steep valley. Just to the east of the park in the picturesque Avon Valley. Walyunga contains one of the largest known Aboriginal campsites around Perth and was still in use by the Nyoongar people in the late 1800s. The area has been used as a meeting place for more than 6,000 years. Walyunga is an Aboriginal name, but its meaning is uncertain. Local Nyoongar people believe the Swan River was carved by the Waugal and greet the dreamtime serpent here…
Syd's Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage Trail, Avon Valley

Syd's Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage Trail, Avon Valley

The easy 5.2 kilometres Syd's Rapids and Aboriginal Heritage walk trail is located where the Walyunga National Park joins the Swan River, 40 kilometres north east of Perth. Taking half day or less to complete, this Top Trail provides interpretation on the indigenous history, plants and animals and the history of white water rafting in this beautiful location. Walyunga National Park lies in the Darling Range, just behind the Darling Scarp. The Swan River runs through the centre of the park, forming a string of placid pools along the valley floor in summer and a raging torrent with long series…
Motor Museum of Western Australia

Motor Museum of Western Australia

The Motor Museum of Western Australia (a not for profit trust, run by volunteers ) houses one of the largest collections of motor vehicles, models and motoring memorabilia in Australia. The collection of over 200 vehicles and motorcycles dating from the early 1900s though to the present day and provides an excellent visual timeline of the rich motoring heritage that has helped shape the state of Western Australia. In addition to the diverse range of vehicles and motorcycles, the Museum houses an excellent collection of over 5,000 scale models of varying sizes. The Museum’s shop sells model cars, post cards,…
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