The Margaret River Chocolate Company
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You'll find loads of traditional favourites, from rocky road to handmade honeycomb, as well as other choccy inspired treats that will leave everyone's tummies rumbling for more. Pssst, Mums and dads - you'll find two fab cafes and expansive outdoor areas at both venues.
A lovely place to visit with the kids after they are bored with visiting wineries- free chocolate but lots to buy too!
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“Great little place to have a Coffee stop while exploring through the Swan Valley. Do some coffee tastings or purchase some novelty gifts all amongst the beautiful aroma of freshly roasted coffee in a cozy atmosphere.”
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“Feral Brewing Co. is the place for those who take their beer just a little bit too seriously. Driven by a deep respect for traditional brewing methods, the Feral team brew beers brimming with character and complexity – a style that is deliberately, distinctly and unapologetically Feral.”
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“Mash Brewing boasts a fantastic, locally built craft brewery in the Valley, producing a great range of expertly brewed beers and delectable food.”
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“You can smell the sweet nougat as you get out of your car. Once inside its just a case of picking which nougat tickles your fancy.”
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“Sandalford Wines is a privately owned Australian winery business based at Caversham, in the Swan Valley, the focal point of the Swan District wine region of Western Australia. Sandalford owns and operates wineries and vineyards both in Caversham and at Wilyabrup, in Western Australia's Margaret River wine region. The company traces its origins back to 1840, when John Septimus Roe, the first Surveyor-General of the Swan River Colony, was granted 1,250 acres on the banks of the Swan River by Queen Victoria, in recognition of his services to the colony. In the same year, Captain Roe planted Western Australia's first vines at the property, which he named Sandalford after an estate owned by his family on the site of a priory built in 1066. However, winemaking only became a commercial venture at Sandalford after World War II; until then it had been a hobby and a sideline. Sandalford now also makes the wines marketed under the brand name "Element". ”
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