Snap Perth comes to Swan Val­ley

The Advocate (Perth) - - FRONT PAGE -

THE Swan Val­ley has been home to Laura Pear­son for the past 20 years since she and her hus­band, Derek, moved from Lon­don to start Up­per Reach Winery.

Mrs Pear­son said she could not imag­ine liv­ing any­where else and the Swan Val­ley had stolen her heart.

She said the Swan Val­ley was so di­verse and of­fered so much for res­i­dents and tourists alike.

“We have the best of both worlds. It’s a ru­ral en­vi­ron­ment with birds, trees and the grape vines but we’re close enough to go into the city,” she said.

She said her favourite thing was look­ing out over her prop­erty with a glass of wine.

“I just love to re­lax among the trees and the river en­joy­ing a glass of wine, with some lo­cally grown nuts or olives,” she said.

“I love the river­side walk at Wood­bridge Park. I usu­ally start my day with a 40minute walk with my dog down there, it’s so lovely. Also the look­out over Bri­gadoon on Cam­per­sic Road is just beau­ti­ful.”

Mrs Pear­son said she felt so lucky to live in the Swan Val­ley.

“I love how friendly ev­ery­one is and the fam­ily feel of the val­ley,” she said.

“We are very lucky to live in such a beau­ti­ful place.”

Pic­ture: Bruce Hunt­mu­ni­ d475594

Laura Pearce at Up­per Reach Winery.




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