Navigating the Swan Valley is a breeze

Published on 08 February 2019


The City of Swan has refreshed the Swan Valley Information Bay to help visitors navigate the premier tourism region.

The Swan Valley Information Bay, located on West Swan Road (opposite Lilac Hill Park), has been fitted with new and improved information panels.

City of Swan Mayor David Lucas said the Information Bay is an essential pit stop for those exploring the Swan Valley.

“Located right on the doorstep of the Swan Valley, visitors can pull in to the Information Bay and get ideas to build their itinerary,” he said.

“You will find detailed maps of the region as well as the food, wine and family fun trails.

“Driving around the iconic Swan Valley is an incredible experience, and with over 150 attractions there’s an adventure out there to suit everyone.”

Swan Valley/Gidgegannup Ward Councillor Charlie Zannino said the friendly team at the award-winning Swan Valley Visitor Centre can also help you get the most out of your Swan Valley sojourn.

“One of the standout features of the Swan Valley is the friendly community, and together with the Visitor Centre team, we know the region inside and out and back to front,” he said.

“We can tell you the hidden spots, the award winners, the family friendly, the romantic spots and the natural wonders.”

The Swan Valley website also highlights the information you need to know about the region, with an easy to use trip planner and booking system.

Or, if you are visiting the website on your smart phone, the site’s ‘Near Me’ geo-location feature will help you find nearby attractions.

To see why millions visit the region each year, visit the Swan Valley website and take a look around.

The Swan Valley Visitor Centre is located on the Corner of Meadow and Swan Streets in Guildford and is open every day from 9am to 4pm.