Margaret River Region
Welcome to WA’s most awesome and internationally renowned travel destination.
Explore over 120km of stunning coastline from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin, pristine beaches, epic surf, world famous sun-drenched vineyards and 120+ cellar doors, virgin forests, superb locally grown and caught food, tree-lined townships and chilled locals. Summer or winter, on the perfect day, and you can still the only one on the beach. It doesn’t get any better than this, and it’s all starts just 2.5 hours south of Perth.
About Margaret River
Margaret River is a huge region, stretching some 120km from north to south. The region is often divided into the four sub-regions of Busselton & Vasse, Dunsborough to Yallingup, Margaret River Central and Margaret River South. Each sub-region has its own unique characteristics and attractions, from Busselton’s iconic jetty, the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, to the stunning jewel caves in Margaret River South.
Margaret River Highlights
The deliberate separation of three eco-tents across 132 acres of ex-farmland means that you really feel like you are off the grid. You have no other choice but to slow down with your significant other and appreciate the authentic Australian bush surrounding you.
The Margaret River Region is as spectacular underneath the ground as it is on top. Home to more than 150 highly decorated limestone caves beneath the Leeuwin Naturaliste Range, visitors and locals alike marvel all year round at these massive labyrinths of lakes, chambers and crystals.
Boasting 100+ cellar doors, Margaret River is the most beautiful wine region in Australia, producing internationally renowned chardonnay, cabernet and semillon sauvignon blanc. The growing conditions are almost identical with Bordeaux. In 2016, James Halliday noted that Margaret River produced 14 of the top 32 cabernets, 7 of the top 10 sauvignon blanc/semillon blends and 8 of the top 30 chardonnays in Australia.