From touring vineyards and wineries to relaxing on some of the best beaches in Western Australia’s southwest, this town offers a variety of exciting pursuits.
Wineries, beaches, forests and gourmet food and drink are some of Margaret River's biggest attractions. Situated in the eponymous wine region, this small town is surrounded by picturesque splendour. Go for countryside walks, relax on a beach and sample premium wines in the places where they are made.
Begin your visit with a walk down the town’s long main street, which is lined with cafés, boutiques, galleries and curiosity shops. On Saturday mornings, stock up on fresh produce from the farmers market.
Stop by the Margaret River Gallery to see the work of emerging local and national artists. Extend your wanderings further, by taking a stroll along tracks that run by the river and through the nearby forest.
Make time to visit a few of the area’s other natural attractions. Just 20 minutes outside of Margaret River are Lake Cave and Mammoth Cave, large subterranean spaces that are part of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. View spectacular stalactite and stalagmite formations.
Head out to one of the beaches near the town for sunbathing and watersports. There are several good surfing spots in the vicinity, including Surfer's Point in Prevelly, about a 10-minute drive from Margaret River.
When you want to try some of the wines that the Margaret River Wine Region is so famous for, you’ll find many within easy reach of the town. These include the Voyager Estate Winery, Leeuwin Estate and Xanadu Winery. Go to cellar door tasting sessions, learn how the wines are made and stay for something to eat in the wineries’ restaurants. The centre of Margaret River also offers a number of good dining spots.
Reach the town and its wineries and natural attractions by flying into the international airport at Perth. From there, you can drive to Margaret River in about 3 hours. Alternatively, arrive by taxi, bus, coach or airport shuttle.
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Taste a selection of award-winning regional wines and tour the vineyards where they came from when you visit this Margaret River institution.
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Venture out of the city for a delightful day discovering the small-town charm and fine wines of the Margaret River region. On this relaxing tour, soak up Western Australia's quaint landscapes, stop for delectable tastings, and round out your excursion with a visit to the famous Busselton Jetty.
Discover the stunning wine region of Margaret River and the magical Mammoth Cave. Taste the region’s wines and explore thrilling underground limestone caves in a day of discovery along this Indian Ocean coastline.
Spend your day with some of the finest wines in Margaret River. Learn about the history of wine in the region before you settle down for a lunch at Xanadu. Gourmet lovers will also enjoy some of the finest chocolate and cheese in the region as well as smallgoods and a vineyard platter to share in the afternoon.
The Full Day Tour is $105 per person and is inclusive of pick up and drop off to your accommodation, various tastings* throughout the day & lunch which is prepared and served at the Bootleg Brewery. Pickup ranges from 10.