Rolling farmland, undulating vineyards, spectacular coastal scenery, pristine natural forest and abundant eating and entertainment options paint an enticing picture for a memorable South West visit.

Whilst the region is one of the world’s 36 biodiversity hot spots, it’s probably the diversity of attractions and things to do that really make the South West one of the top tourist destinations in Australia.

From soaring karri forests to spectacular underground caves near Dunsborough, imposing lighthouses to life-sized fibreglass cows at Cowaramup, crashing waves on coastal cliffs to gentle snorkelling in Augusta’s sheltered bays, from sampling world-renowned wines at one of the many Margaret River wineries to tasting freshly baked artisan bread in the Yallingup hills dipped into locally grown virgin olive oil – the region has it all.

For thrill seekers and outdoor enthusiasts, there are cycle tracks and bush walks, abseiling and skydiving, caving and 4-wheel driving whilst for family fun, there are heaps of kid-friendly activities like archery, horse-riding, sheep shearing demonstrations, Segway tours, chocolate factories and mazes. The whole region from Busselton to Dunsborough and Yallingup, Margaret River to Augusta has so much on offer that you’ll never be at a loss for what to do or where to go.

And just as there’s something for everyone to do in the South West, there’s also a range of South West accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets including hotels, resorts, chalets, villages, farmstays, luxury retreats, self-catering studio apartments, houses, caravan parks, budget backpackers and B&Bs.

It’s time to clear some space in the diary and book your accommodation in the South West. Discover the region for yourself, uncover hidden gems, experience its extraordinariness and find out why it’s loved by so many people as a world-class holiday destination.