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Benara Road Caversham 15km east of Perth
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Denmark Visitors Centre 400 km south of Perth
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the Michael Brothers. With a restaurant and 16 rotating taps of unpasteurised, preservative free ciders including pineapple, passionfruit, ginger, oak aged ciders and much more - there is something for everyone!
55 Benara Road,Caversham
Mon–Fri 11am–5:30pm, Sat 10am–6:30pm,
08 9377 4884
Handcrafted premium Apple & Pear ciders.
Growers of apples & pears, including Heritage Cider trees.
We select only quality fruit to produce Award winning ciders.
We also produce a range of delicious 100% natural
apple juices that are guaranteed to please.
A unique tasting experience in the beautiful Perth Hills.
680 Canning Road Carmel WA 6076
0438 562 775
Cellar Door Opening 2019 & Pop Up Events
Core Cider is situated on 80 year old apple orchards in the Perth Hills. A stunning property with views overlooking the orchards, Core offers cider & wine tastings, guided tours with a Pick-Your-Own fruit experience (seasonal), lazy long lunches and a Harvest Room full of orchard goodies!
35 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook
Wed–Sat & public holidays 10am–4pm, Sun 10am–5pm
08 9293 7583
Set on 6.4 hectares of enchanting gardens and native forest, there are three scenic dining areas to choose from, including family-friendly dining with a children’s playground. Meet the maker and taste the flavours of seven handcrafted ciders, locally-sourced wines, beers and spirits, and a modern Australian menu by our award- winning chef.
1088 Brookton Hwy, Karragullen
Seasonal opening hours (check website)
08 9496 1138
Our cellar door is located within the Darling Ranges of Perth Western Australia, where Roleystone Brewing Co originated from the 3rd generation of the Raeburn Orchards family. Our cider is a product of their reliable fruit source, which we use to deliver a 100% natural, crisp apple cider. When visiting, we encourage you to take a stroll around the orchard, purchase our fresh produce or indulge at our café.
4 Raeburn Rd, Roleystone
Mon, Thur, Sat & Sun, 11am–2pm
0400 533 331
We produce boutique ciders & wines of the highest quality. Come and try some of our hand crafted Ciders, Fruit Wines, Bubbly and Ports. Why not sit and have one of our grazing boards with a drink and enjoy the beautiful view overlooking the orchard or cuddle up around the fire in winter.
46 Holyoake Rd, Dwellingup
Sat, Sun & public holidays, 10am–7pm
08 9538 1076
Experience 100% natural ciders handcrafted from fresh Pink Lady apples, multi-award winning craft Blackwood beers plus hearty lunches featuring local produce seven days
a week. Family friendly - relax in the stunning shady gardens or in front of the roaring fire in winter. Live music and meals Friday evenings.
43 Gifford Rd, Bridgetown
Sat–Thur, 11am–4pm Fri 11am–8:30pm
08 9761 2204
The Mountford family moved to Pemberton from cider UK country Devon and established WA’s first Cidery in 1987. Tangletoe Cidery believes in making ciders that have a minimal impact on the environment and a maximum impact on your palate. All ciders are organic and preservative free and include traditional, Normandy, scrumpy, cider liqueur, apple juice and organic apple cider vinegar.
77 Bamess Rd, Pemberton
Fri–Mon, 10am–4pm Every day during school holidays, 10am–4pm
08 9776 1345
Home to elephants rock cider, the toffee factory, a bit on the side and ercc burger bar. Everything is handmade on site and yes, you can sample the goodies. Enjoy a game of soccer golf, followed by a cider, the best burger in the west, and of course one of our famous giant ice cream cones.
Denmark Good Food Factory, 2927 South Coast Hwy, William Bay Denmark
Open 7 days, 9:30am–4:30pm
08 9840 9900
Naturally fermented European style ciders, made exclusively in a 5 star winery using fruit from our orchard of Heritage cider apples. Each year's harvest delivers a a unique range of high alcohol, fully fermented, dry ciders, rich in apple flavours and reflecting the character of that vintage.
218 Glenrowan Rd, Scotsdale
Fri–Sun, 10am–4pm (check website
0407 232 649
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About WA Cider Trail
Our trail starts in the Swan Valley then meanders through the Perth Hills before bringing you through the South West and into the Great Southern region. Along the way you are invited to taste ciders born from the state’s different apple growing regions. The ciders are hand crafted using local fruit and traditional and brew style methods. Your cider experience will open you to new perceptions and understanding of its unique characteristics.
Our cider makers will share with you their distinct style whether it be steeped in tradition or a modern twist. They are growers and seekers of the freshest local produce with a desire to offer you a pure and natural cider product.
Leave behind your preconceived ideas of cider. Indulge your tastebuds and immerse yourself in the variety of venue attractions from orchard and cellar door experiences through to dining and family fun and comfort.
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Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
Time / Duration
Recommend at least 3 days to enjoy the route
What To Pack
Group D (Drive trails) required.
What To Pack
Group D (Drive trails)
- Research your trip well in advance. Good preparation is essential as distances in Western Australia are huge and facilities are limited. Visit the website associated with each drive trail for in-depth travel information.
- Carry maps, spare parts, a first aid kit and plenty of food and water to last your journey
- Visit the ‘Travelling in Outback Western Australia’ website for information regarding travelling in the Outback. Permits may need to be arranged in advance to enter into some areas which are on private property.
- Car Park
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
Best time of year
Any time of year but especially Spring
This trail starts in Perth Hills and ends in Denmark on the South Coast
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Trails are free and bring so many benefits to our community by providing opportunities to have fun, get fit, socialise, explore and challenge yourself. But they also have to be managed and maintained which only is made possible through terrific sponsors, donations and/or volunteering.
Carmel Cider CoCarmel Cider Co
Core Cider HouseCore Cider House
The CideryThe Cidery
Elephants Rock Cider CompanyElephants Rock Cider Company
Roleystone Brewing CoRoleystone Brewing Co
Wine Tree CideryWine Tree Cidery
Denmark Heritage Cider CoDenmark Heritage Cider Co
Tangletoe CideryTangletoe Cidery
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