Spend a weekend relaxing at a Swan Valley or Perth Hills winery! There’s nothing like a long lunch, overlooking lush vines, wine in hand. We have the ultimate list of our favourite Perth wineries that tick all the boxes, with excellent food and wine. Cheers!
Perth Wineries in the Swan Valley
Sandalford Estate, Caversham
One of the Swan Valley’s biggest wineries, Sandalford Estate, has enjoyed a fresh new revamp. Its restaurant has been modernised and has a delicious new food offering too. Outside, grandkids will be delighted to find a wine barrel themed playground. If you’ve got a special occasion to celebrate, then the Sandalford restaurant is a great option to dine with the whole family. See the Seniorocity review here.
Find Sandalford at 3210 West Swan Road, Caversham.
Mandoon Estate, Caversham
Mandoon Estate, a huge Swan Valley winery, is set in gorgeous surroundings on the banks of the Swan River. It’s a must stop winery for foodies seeking that Margaret River feel. The modern winery has loads of class, with its Wild Swan restaurant, whilst the Homestead Brewery beer garden has a laid-back feel. See the Seniorocity review.
Find Mandoon at 10 Harris Road, Caversham, Perth, WA.
Oakover Grounds, Middle Swan
The winery’s restaurant overlooks a lake, rolling lawns and vineyards, making it a lovely place to enjoy a casual lunch. Its easy to spend a whole afternoon there, there’s peddle boats on the lake, giant garden games and fishing too! And if you’re not a wine lover Oakover is also home to Fiori Coffee. See the Seniorocity review.
Find Oakover Grounds at 14 Yukich Close, Middle Swan.
Sittella, Herne Hill
Sittella is a beautiful spot in the Swan Valley. The popular winery offers a classic menu, by Head Chef Mike Price, that you are sure to love. Sillella’s renowned wines are well worth trying too. See the Seniorocity review here.
Find Sitella at 100 Barrett Street, Herne Hill.
Riverbank Estate, Caversham
Riverbank Estate is an award-winning West Australian winery. As the name suggests, it’s found on the banks of the Swan River. The cellar door and delicious restaurant have a rustic, country feel and elevated views over the vines and river below. See the Seniorocity review here.
Find Riverbank Estate at 126 Hamersley Road, Caversham.
Pinelli Wines, Caversham
Domenic Pinelli and his wife emigrated to Australia from Italy in the 1950s. He bought and established Pinelli wines, where the popular on-site Italian style restaurant is as successful as the winemaking. See the Seniorocity review here.
Find Pinelli Wines at 114 Benara Road, Caversham.
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Perth Wineries in the Bickley Valley, Perth Hills
La Fattoria, Pickering Brook
We love La Fattoria, which means “the farm” in Italian. Set in a beautiful working orchard in the Perth Hills, just up the road from CORE Cider House, it’s such a friendly spot. The cellar door and restaurant (bookings are essential for the Nonna’s Table lunches), has views over lush lawns, vines and orchards. Their “pick a platter” grazing boards are not to be missed! See the Seniorocity review.
Find La Fattoria at 211 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook, WA.
The Packing Shed at Lawnbrook Estate, Bickley
The Packing Shed at Lawnbrook Estate is a fabulous spot for brunch or lunch in the Perth Hills. First, taste wines at the Lawnbrook cellar door, then enjoy a glass or two with lunch on the patio. In winter, dine inside by the cosy wood fire. See the Seniorocity review here.
Find the Packing Shed at Lawnbrook Estate at 19 Loaring Road, Bickley, WA.
Mistelle at Hainult Winery, Bickley
This Bickley Valley winery now has a French twist! A patio area is shaded by trees and the verandah is a lovely place to dine overlooking the vines below. The food, by their French Head Chef is excellent. And their wines are delightful too. See the Seniorocity review here.
Find Mistelle at Hainault Estate, 255 Walnut Road, Bickley.
If you don’t have time to travel to Margaret River, there’s an abundance of wineries in Perth. It’s so easy to make up your very own wine tour, for a delicious afternoon in the Perth Hills or Swan Valley wine regions. Have we missed your favourite Perth winery? Let us know in the comments below.