Take an eclectic mix of fresh produce, local industry and premium wines and you have the fantastic “Fodder and Plonk” of The Moore River Region, sure to tickle any foodies palate.
Guilderton Country Club
- Wedge Street, Guilderton
- Bob Johnson
- 9577 1013
- 0417 186 805
2016 Winner of Clubs WA Best Small Club Function AwardGuilderton Country Club offers everything from bar snacks, take away meals to a la carte dining. Open five nights a week from Wednesday to Sunday plus lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Whilst this is a members Club, all visitors are welcome to enjoy the facilities. Book a table in the Club for our a la carte menu with weekly specials. Function catering is also available for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, Christmas Parties etc.
Ledge Point Country Club
- 381 Turner Street, Ledge Point
- 9655 1008
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The Ledge Point Country Club is the hub of social and sporting activities in Ledge Point. Centrally located it is the ideal meeting place for locals and visitors to the town. The Club is open seven days a week and meals are served on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights. A range of sporting activities are available. The Ledge Point Golf Club is located on the grounds of the Country Club. It is a nine hole fully grassed course. Additional tees and some extra greens make it an easy 18 hole course. Green fees are $10 for members and $20 for non-members per day. This entitles you to play as many holes as you wish. An honour box is situated at the green building on the edge of the golf course. Score cards and envelopes are provided there. Equipment can also be hired. Guests to the country club can play Bowls when the green is not being used for competition. The cost is $5 per player and an honour box is situated on the patio wall for placement of fees. Equipment is available at the Club. The restaurant opens at 5:30pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights every week. During holiday periods and on special occasions the restaurant opens for lunch and additional nights for dinner. These are displayed on the notice boards around town.
Caladenia Mini Golf & Café
- 108 Caladenia Road, Gingin West (off Cowalla Rd)
- 0438 757 708
Photo opportunity’s at the elephant water features.
- Shaded seating in Lorraine’s large patio area.
- Ideal function location, parties, dinner groups etc.
Riseborough Estate Winery and Art Gallery
Serendipity Gallery & Café
- 1355 Military Road, Gingin
- Dawn and Peter
- 0408 095 185
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The Serendipity Gallery and Cafe is open now and we are displaying several artists work along with arts and crafts. There is a great variety with more being added weekly as people want to get on board and display their talents. The food is great and morning and afternoon teas are delightful sitting on the old church pews on the big veranda. The whole experience is eclectic and fun as well as relaxing. Serendipity Gallery & Café is open Thursday – Sunday. Others days by Appointment. Please call to confirm. Morning and Afternoon tea Lunch. Breakfast on Sundays. Gallery displaying the art of Dawn La Puma and other local artists. Works will include paintings, mosaic, wood work, sculpture, collectibles and gifts. The gallery offers classes in Mosaics and Children’s art classes please call for details and to book your group in.
The Gingin Hotel
The Gingin Hotel was built in 1902 and 1903 and the two storey brick building was officially opened on January 29th, 1903. Nestled into the valleys to the north of Perth, it is the ideal distance from the capital for a day trip and is a popular stop off for tourists heading north. The hotel was allegedly built for two defrocked Irish priests who enjoyed their evening drink! It is now an excellent venue for small conferences, weddings, trade shows and weekend retreats. The hotel offers excellent accommodation, quality food and an excellent range of draught beers and a fine wine list.
West Coast Honey
- 172 Gingin Brook Rd Gingin
- 08 9575 1250
- 0409 575 206
- 08 9575 2060
West Coast Honey is one of Western Australia’s must see, award winning tourism destinations. This 3rd generation Fewster Family honey farm will make your trip memorable with their free range West Coast honey and their best kept family secret the “honey ice-cream”. Go to the news tab to see Honey Week and School Holiday activities at West Coast Honey. View our observation hive, watch and listen to honeybees at work or honey being extracted during seasonal times. Taste the many different varieties of our natural unfiltered eucalypt honey collected from our States National Forests and Conservation Reserves. Warm home made Devonshire scones and freshly brewed coffee or tea are available on your arrival, then tempt yourself with our honey ice-cream oozing with our FREE RANGE WEST COAST HONEY. Bee a honey and take a FREE RANGE HONEY pot home with you today. Open Every day 10am to 4pm.