Margaret River Region
The Margaret River region is a spectacular place to experience not only world-famous vineyards, but breathtaking coastline, forests, walk trails, caves, luxury restaurants & charming town hamlets. We are very lucky to call this corner of the world home to our winery & cellar door. The area is a world-class destination for its surf, punctuated by the renowned Cape to Cape coast along the Indian Ocean, & the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park. A favourite among professional surfers, the aptly-named Surfers Point hosts a World Champion Tour competition each year.
A mild Mediterranean climate makes the Margaret River area ideal for producing fruit, vegetables, meats & honey – making it one of the veritable food bowls of Western Australia. There is nowhere better to experience this first hand than at the weekly Margaret River Farmers Market.
Within the ancient wonder of the Boranup Forrest lies several spectacular limestone caves, most which can be visited by guided tour.
The Margaret River region encompasses the following towns, each with their own distinct personality waiting to be discovered by visitors:
The hub of the region with an eclectic boutique shopping strip, & several restaurants cooking up delicious fare with a local bent. The actual Margaret River passes through at the bottom of town. Wineries, distilleries & breweries are a stone’s throw from the bustling centre. There is also a lively night-time scene of live music, enjoyed by colourful locals, backpackers & tourists.
Perched right on the south-westerly corner of the state, at the edge of the Boranup Forest & the Blackwood Rivermouth. The town marks where two great oceans meet – Indian & Southern –viewed from the spectacular Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. A small & friendly country town.
The tiny town centre of Cowaramup has a village feel & a charming rustic, rural vibe. It is home to several quirky tourist & produce boutiques & has a large park where local families gather. It lies on the doorstep of some of the most famous wineries in the region.
Famous for its surf & mix of old surfing shacks on the hill, now interspersed with impressive architectural mansions. A picturesque place to watch the sun set, go for a swim or watch skilful surfers in the water.
A family-friendly town on the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay. A great place to swim, boat, fish & stand-up paddle. The town itself has a mix of trendy cafes & shopping boutiques with a beachy vibe.
A historical town & the gateway to the Margaret River region. The famed Busselton Jetty stretches out from the shoreline 2km out to sea. The Underwater Observatory at the end of the jetty allows you to experience spectacular coral formations & fish life all without getting your feet wet.