TIXSTAR in partnership with Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia allows you to discover & book your ultimate winery experience in the Swan Valley region from wine tastings to guided estate tours & more all in one place.
Located just 25 minutes’ drive from Perth, Western Australia’s oldest wine region, the beautiful Swan Valley, surrounds the upper reaches of the Swan River.
Some of Western Australia's finest wines and local produce can be found in the Swan Valley, home to over 100 wineries and numerous gourmet food producers. A favourite among Perth locals, the region holds a truly unique history influenced by the traditional owners of the land and offers a vast landscape full of vineyards and natural beauty to be explored at any time of the year.
The Swan District has a warm to hot Mediterranean climate. It is very dry during ripening and harvest, with most rainfall occurring during winter and spring. While during the growing season the region experiences relatively high temperatures, it benefits from the famous Fremantle Doctor ─ a south-westerly sea breeze. The soils of the Swan District are typically young alluvial soils; very deep, with excellent moisture retention capacity.
“At Mandoon Estate we create perfect days, whatever your idea of perfect is”
Located beside the magnificent Swan River, Mandoon Estate has developed a reputation as one of the Swan Valley’s best wineries and most popular destinations.
As well as the cellar door, showcasing the Estate’s range of award-winning fine wines, within the picturesque grounds also lies a microbrewery and casual dining venue, the Homestead Brewery; fine dining restaurant Wild Swan, where executive chef Michael Hartnell creates modern and innovative à la carte and degustation menus that combine classic techniques with the finest local and seasonal produce; a gourmet deli and beer garden offering charcuterie and cheese platters, roast meat on the spit and gourmet sausages alongside a children’s playground as well as the property’s original homestead, dating back to circa 1905, which has been restored and now houses the Linton & Kay Art Gallery.