Small personalised groups of 14-16 guests explore the award winning “Swan Valley Food & Wine Trail” in a unique “Speed Grazing” concept visiting 9 of the region’s most delicious locations with 25+ different tasting experiences packed into an exciting and fun-filled half day tour.
We’ve also included a fun-filled package for those with an added taste for adventure and all things wild and wonderful - visiting Caversham Wildlife Park.
This compact morning tour includes an extensive range of great tastes including coffee, lavender scones, jam, cream, wine and refreshing tea, freshly roasted cashews, hazelnuts and almonds, nougat, cheeses, dried fruits, explore genuine Australian bush tucker jams, sauces, chutneys made with Australian native food plants plus “goodies” such as Quondong Jam Tarts with cream, Lemon Myrtle or Wattleseed cake at Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery (midweek only) or regional “treats” like whole fruit jams, chutneys, dukah, extra virgin olive oils, verjuice, balsamic vinegar, mango and passionfruit spreads and much more at Maggie’s Place Farmstall (weekends only). The tour will also feature fresh local honey as well as ice cream, chocolate and award winning wines and port (which are optional for the non-drinkers). Note – there is no beer tasting in this tour.
Start your morning with the Good Food & Wine Trail and complete your “Taste for Adventure” with a visit to the region’s premier attraction renowned Caversham Wildlife Park boasting over 200 species and over 2000 animals including koalas, Tasmanian devils, wombats, possums, flying fox, reptiles and native birds including cassowary, owls and emus. Visit the camels and the farm animals, including pigs, ponies, goats and chickens.
Caversham Wildlife Park also offers two shows three times daily – The Farm Show features horseback mustering, sheep shearing, lamb feeding, whipcracking, cow milking, billy tea tossing and more. Meet the Wombat and Friends allows guests to cuddle a furry wombat and meet other Australian fauna in a beautiful bushland setting.
The Admission Pass to Caversham Wildlife Park may be used following your morning Good Food & Wine Trail, or postponed to another date within 3 months.
This value-packed afternoon tour includes an extensive range of great tastes including coffee, lavender scones, jam, cream, wine and refreshing tea, freshly roasted cashews, hazelnuts and almonds, nougat, cheeses, dried fruits, fresh local honey, chocolate, marinated olives, fruit paste, as well as award winning beers, ginger beer (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), cider and premium wines (which are optional for the non-drinkers). Opportunity to try wood-fired pizzas (own expense) . Note – there is no ice cream in this tour.