Blackwood River Valley Produce Trail

Overview

The Blackwood River Valley is the heart of food production in the southwest. The region produces one of the widest ranges of food in Western Australia. Get set to experience what the region has to offer on the stunning Blackwood River Valley Food Trail. In season, you can taste sweet chestnuts, local honey, sheep’s cheese, local cider and ales and local wines.

Southern Forest Honey

Southern Forest Honey bee keeper harvesting honey


About the Trail

Meander around three historic towns. Bridgetown, the Winter Capital of WA. Nannup, one of the best preserved 1950’s towns in WA and Balingup, famous for its Medieval Festival held every August.

Every season brings a new look to the valley. In autumn experience one of the five best places in Australia to see Autumn colour as recognised by QANTAS, in winter enjoy a log fire in one of the many accommodation venues, in spring marvel at the wild flowers and in summer see why the area is often called  the Tuscany of the south west.

Stay a night, or a few days and explore the farms, gardens, restaurants and forests. Enjoy all the Blackwood River Valley has to offer.

NOTE: Some of the locations are working farms and may be seasonal or require you to make an appointment if you would like to visit, so please make sure you read the instructions for each location.


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