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10 things to do this Silly Season in the Swan Valley

We might be on the tail end of the Silly Season, but what better excuse than to take a break from the daily routine? School has gone back, work means a whole lot more desk time, and those beach tans are well and truly baked in.

Late summer is the perfect time of the year for some time exploring the Swan Valley. Wineries are busy with vintage, new release wines are ready for the tasting PLUS there's another long weekend just around the corner. Here are team Mandoon’s top tips to enjoy the last of this warm weather.

Easter Opening Hours 2019 - Mandoon Estate

Mandoon Estate is open every day of the year, including public holidays. We look forward to seeing you this Easter, with the below opening hours for all of the different areas of the estate.

Welcome to 2019 - Mandoon Estate

It’s here. 2019 has kicked off with a bang and this week marks the first day of work for many after a busy holiday period.

Now the dust has settled on the New Year’s Eve festivities (and Christmas, Boxing Day and all those hazy holiday days in between), we think it is the perfect time to reflect on the year that was.

10 things to do this Silly Season in the Swan Valley

There are so many ways to fill your days (and nights) with here in the Swan Valley; we had a hard time stopping at just 10.

Read on for how we like to spend our time off during the festive season in this little pocket of paradise, just 30 minutes drive from the Perth CBD.

3 Reasons to Visit Mandoon ASAP

The secret is out. We have been winning a host of accolades and awards lately so it is no surprise that things are getting busy here at Mandoon Estate.

There are plenty of you who delight in keeping our little piece of heaven in the Swan Valley all to yourself, but sharing is caring! News has been spreading faster than the speed of a popping cork about all that we have on offer here at Mandoon.

The Colony at mandoon Estate

The Colony at Mandoon is nestled between the Swan River and our Verdelho vines that have been growing on the estate since 1895. That’s a view with some serious history.