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Rediscover the Margaret River Region

Flanked by national parks including towering forests, pristine coastlines and rugged granite outcrops, the Margaret River Region is the quintessential Western Australian holiday destination.

This is award-winning wine country with a thriving art scene, incredible hiking trails, and a distinctly circular food philosophy with a great respect for the land.

With sheltered bays to the north, vineyards and surf coast along its length, and two oceans meeting at the southern tip, it’s time to rediscover The Margaret River Region.

For help planning your next adventure, contact our team of local travel experts here in the Margaret River Region.

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Busselton Festival of Triathlon

Celebrating 20 years, the Busselton Festival of Triathlon returns on 1 & 2 May with the Ironman 70.3, Kids Triathlon and Funman Teams Triathlon.

Brown Hill Estate

The Southern Backroads Trail

The road less travelled offers the best surprises.

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Which Cave is Best for Me?

They’re a must-see for any visit to the region – but which of the four ancient caves will suit you best?

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aravina estate

What’s Happening in April?

Cultural experiences, outdoor concerts and plenty of ways to work off those Easter eggs.

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Surf Margaret River Wine New Promo Video

Margaret River Wine’s Connection to the Coast

The coastal environment is intrinsically tied to the way of the people in Margaret River, whether it’s surfing, sailing or dangling a line from a dinghy.

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Shelter Brewing Co

Explore: Bustling Busselton

Find the best breakfasts, new breweries and takeaways.

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cape to cape explorer tours

Hiking the Cape to Cape Track

Insider tips on how to tackle one of the best multi-day hikes in the world.

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Your Guide to Busselton

Your Guide to Dunsborough & Yallingup

Your Guide to Margaret River

Your Guide to Augusta

Further Afield

Inspiration for Your Next Visit

Local Favourites

Josh Whiteland


Cultural Custodian and local Wadandi man Josh Whiteland spent his childhood growing up on the beaches of Busselton and Dunsborough.

Josh's Favourites
Cassandra Charlick


This Margaret River local wears a multitude of hats from freelance travel writer, jazz singer and photographer. Discover her favourites.

Cassandra's Favourites
Tim Campbell


Photographer, surfer, sailor, and rock-climber. You won’t find Tim Campbell indoors very often.

Tim's Favourites


With the top title of Estate Sommelier at Vasse Felix, Evan Gill isn’t shy of using superlatives to describe the place where he lives.

Evan's Favourites


Lara is the brains behind Burnside Organic Farm with a dedication to organic practices. Beyond the farm, she is big on surfing and casual dining.

Lara's Favourites


As Duty Manager at Forest Adventures South West, Dillen is a regular explorer.

Dillen's Favourites

#MargaretRiver @MargaretRiver

School Holiday Aboriginal Cultural Adventures – Limited Time Offer!

A Margaret River Region Experience unlike any other. Explore Wadandi Boodja, land of the Wadandi Saltwater and Forest people, the traditional owners of this region. Hear about this unique coastal and marine environment. Learn about local culture, place names and stories.

@koomaldreaming tours take you to remarkable places where Wadandi cultural custodian Josh ‘Koomal’ Whiteland shares stories, ancient bush food knowledge, fire lighting and thumping didgeridoo songs.

Thursday 15th April – Kaya at Cape Naturaliste

Adult $50 (normally $74), Children $10 (normally $35)

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The Cape Naturaliste zone of the Margaret River Region is one of only a handful of places in @westernaustralia where you can watch the moonrise over an uninterrupted horizon. You'd be jumping for joy like 📸 @southwestsaltwater too if you scored this beautiful Shelley Cove scene all to yourself!

​So when the next full moon comes around take a drive north from the town of Dunsborough and stop at places like Castle Bay, Meelup Beach, Point Picquet or Eagle Bay Point to watch one of natures most hypnotising phenomenons. A plate of nibbles is of course essential! 🌕🧀🥂

The road less travelled offers the best surprises. From fertile farmland and Karri forests to family-run wineries, the backroads offer a diverse and uncrowded view of Margaret River.

See our Southern Backroads Trail for the hidden gems of the southwest; tiny galleries, fantastic eateries, lesser known wineries. Click the link in our bio.

📸 @wild_aperture_saga found the road less travelled within Boranup Karri Forest, where the towering trees are losing their bark to reveal beautiful salmon-pink trunks. Just one of the quiet and beautiful places you'll find when you #WanderOutYonder 🌿

I spy with my little eye one of Western Australia's favourite beach holiday locations found within the heart of the Margaret River Region. To get here you'll need to take a drive down a famous stretch of road through rolling vineyards, luscious karri forest and atop limestone karst caves. Any ideas where this picture perfect little corner of the South West @ashleighvader_  has found herself in is?

​We'll give you a hint, the bay here was once used as a load out facility for timber milling operations and now has a rich shipwreck history as a result, meaning loads of great diving opportunities! 😉

We'll never tire of Yallingup's beautiful beaches 😍 This is some of the most pristine coastline you'll ever explore, and the perfect place to #WanderOutYonderinWA.

Whether you hike the Cape to Cape Track which begins at Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, a little way north, take a surfing lesson or simply pop down for a snorkel and a swim, there is plenty to explore in Yallingup. After the beach, head inland and discover Ngilgi Cave, the iconic Caves Road and the fantastic rolling vineyards along the drive. Listen out for the Baudins cockatoos screeching overhead or feasting on marri flowers.

📸 @lexisargeant at Smiths Beach, Yallingup 💦