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Watch the world’s best surfers carve it up. Surfers Point, May 2 - 12.


Wine Unearthed

Listen to the Margaret River Region's podcast series that explores the lauded wine industry upclose and unearthed

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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Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival

A storytelling spectacular held in the heart of the Margaret River Region, 14 – 16 May. Hear established and emerging storytellers share stories at this not-to-be-missed event for anyone who loves arts, culture, books and Margaret River.

Glenarty Road

12 Foodie Adventures

For people who travel to eat.

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Wild Swimming

Wild Swimming

Freshwater pools, river inlets and ocean lagoons that haven’t already been discovered en masse.

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What’s Happening in April?

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

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Brown Hill Estate

The Southern Backroads Trail

The road less travelled offers the best surprises.

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Boomerang House Private Properties

12 Architecturally-Designed Holiday Homes

Unique, stylish and cutting-edge homes that will have you wanting to move right in.

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Shelter Brewing Co

Busselton’s Craft Beer Boom

New large-scale breweries, fledgling operations, and up-and-comer brewers are defining Busselton as the place with the best (and most audacious) beers in the state.

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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
Lucy Kollman Local Favourites


A self-proclaimed foodie, you’ll find this Margs local surfing, busking at the farmers markets or singing at local gigs.

Lucy's Favourites
Cruz Uros


Hailing from the seaside town of Dunsborough, this local grom skates, surfs and everything else between.

Cruz's Favourites

#MargaretRiver @MargaretRiver

There's nearly 200km of coast to explore in the #MargaretRiver region, and sometimes you get lucky with a beautiful beach all to yourself 💦👣

This is Eagle Bay snapped by 📸 @from.miles.away - a favourite spot for swimming, romantic beach walks and whale watching in spring. While many folk are drawn in by its natural beauty, they stay for the craft beer, deluxe digs, amazing food, wine and tour experiences.

Some epic experiences in Eagle Bay and around;
🏊 swim in the crystal clear water
🍻 have a pint (or two) at @eaglebaybrewingco
🍴 brunch at @meelupfarmhouse_
🦘 learn about Wadandi culture on a @koomaldreaming tour
🐳 watch for whales at Point Piquet - September to November
⚓ climb @capenatlighthouse for maritime history & a view
🌅 sunset at Sugarloaf Rock - or walk from the lighthouse to Sugarloaf
⭐ stay in a luxurious @pullmanbunkerbay beachfront villa

Injidup Beach working its autumn magic for 📸 @merrwatson ✨💙

Injidup is known for its beautiful beach and natural rock formations; it's also day one (or two) on the world-famous Cape to Cape Track 👣

“Our coast is so different to most places on earth. The texture is extremely special, it’s got corners, bays, points - that makes it special,” says Gene Hardy of @capetocapeexplorertours. Walk the track and you'll see amazing formations and patterns in the granite which is estimated to be between 300 million and a billion years old. There's also million year old limestone carved into cliffs and crystal caves.

The 124km Cape to Cape Track is a world-class walk along incredible coastal scenery. What better way to #WanderOutYonder ☀️

Margaret River makes Australia’s most delicious Chardonnay – it’s Kylie Minogue official! 💕
Kylie spent the day exploring (“Loving glorious #MargaretRiver”) and had a glass of her very own Chardonnay in the actual vineyard where it was grown.
Cheers to you, @KylieMinogue! 🥂

Autumn in the Margaret River Region is all about those late afternoon surf check vibes with your bestie. Watch out for those locals though, we hear they're not shy of hopping into everyones business!

The Cape to Cape track is a 123km long walk trail that runs through stunning coastal scenery, sheltered forests and pristine beaches. Beginning and ending at @capenatlighthouse in the north and @capeleeuwinlighthouse in the south the views are absolutely gorgeous.

Surprise scenes like these cheeky kangaroos captured by @vita_lumen are classic of a trek along the famous route and quite simply the cherry on the cake of a truly immersive nature experience.