Swan Settlers Markets

Did you know that a brand new indoor market has opened in the Swan Valley? The Swan Settlers Markets is housed in the historic Swan Settlers Co-op, build in 1923, to process currants and sultanas grown on surrounding farms. This huge building was in operation right up until 2007.

Swan Settlers Markets

2007 was also the year the old Midland Military Markets burnt down, and the new markets have the same manager. Now, the building has had an impressive $2.5 million upgrade, with lots of rustic jarrah and corrugated iron giving it an unmistakable Swan Valley vibe.

Where a lot of markets around Perth are overtaken by $2 shops and overseas products, the stalls at the Swan Settlers Markets are run by artisans that make their own goods. There’s a lot to discover at the markets. Over 40 stalls offer a range of locally made products from local wines to art, crafts and handmade goods.

Swan Settlers Markets

A plant nursery, with herbs, succulents and more.

Swan Settlers Markets



Annie’s Collective Wonderland is large vintage treasure-trove full of retro goodies, as well as second hand books.

Swan Settlers Markets

If you love food there’s everything from a gluten free bakery to lip smacking sauces. There’s lots to satisfy sweet tooths, including truffles, macarons, crepes and cupcakes. Take your esky along to stock up on fresh, locally grown fruit and veg, including organic produce.

Swan Settlers Markets

There’s even some well-known Swan Valley favourites, like the House of Honey.

Swan Settlers Markets

And why not stop for a bite to eat. Award winning BBQ by Gryphon Smokehouse offers some drool worthy slow cooked meats.

Swan Settlers Markets



For kids, there is a huge shaded sandpit, with lots of diggers, buckets, spades and other toys. There are tables surrounding this area, and a little grass, making a nice place to grab a bite to eat with your family.

Swan Settlers Markets

The weekend we visited, there was also a petting zoo there with fluffy bunnies, ducks and chickens.

Swan Settlers Markets



Some of the original farming equipment has been preserved and is on show.

Swan Settlers Markets

Some machinery has been tuned into a unique interactive coin donation device that kids will love.

Swan Settlers Markets

The Swan Settlers Markets are open every weekend and are well worth heading to for an authentic taste of the Swan Valley.

Swan Settlers Markets

The Details

Find Swan Settlers Markets at 124 Lennard Street, Herne Hill.

Open: 9am-5pm. Saturday, Sundays and public holiday Mondays.

Website: swansettlersmarket.com.au

 

Find more things to see and do in the Swan Valley here.

About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, "The Chef, His Wife and Their Perth-fect Life" will be enjoying an exciting name change in 2021, as "The Chef's Ex-wife" embarks on new adventures. Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA, as well as brunching, tapas or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her son "Little Chef" in tow, Amanda always has plenty of family friendly eating options to recommend too!

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  1. […] the Margaret River Chocolate Co. Lunch at a winery or brewery and finish the day with a trip to the Swan Settlers Markets (open weekends) and a scoop of Oggies Ice […]

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