• Beaches

Surfers Point

  • Adrenalin Activities
    Adrenalin Activities
  • BBQ
    BBQ
  • Dog Friendly
    Dog Friendly
  • Free
    Free
  • Photography
    Photography
  • Picnic Spot
    Picnic Spot
  • Scenic Spot
    Scenic Spot
  • Sunny Day
    Sunny Day
  • Surfing
    Surfing
  • Whale Watching
    Whale Watching

The lure of Surfer’s Point is in the resonant echo of Mainbreak’s monstrous swells, and the men and women brave enough to ride them. Surfer’s Point is a symbol of the South West’s wild shore.

The myth of the break’s discovery is conserved by plaques that tell the story of the meaning this wave has for modern day Margaret River.

First just the odd carload of intrepid wave seekers. And then, gradually, renown so great it now attracts the best surfers in the world as part of the professional world surfing circuit.

Tiers of lawn form natural theatre seating each night at sunset. On summer evenings, families descend for fish and chips from the mobile food truck.

June through to December brings whale watchers as the migrating pods and calving mothers move through. Shoulder season winds call to kiteboarders and windsurfers. The curve of cliffs framing waves encourages engagement in nature’s spectacle.

Featured stories

Doing the Margaret River Pro: Like a Pro

The Margaret River ProThe region is renowned for pumping surf and there’s nothing better than watching the world’s best carve it up. The region is renowned for pumping surf and there’s nothing better than watching the world’s best carve it up. Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Stephanie Gilmore and other big-name sur...

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Local Favourites: Lucy Kollman

Local Favourites: Lucy KollmanLive Like a Local Meet Margs local Lucy Kollman. She’s a self-proclaimed foodie who loves hanging at the beach, surfing, playing the ukulele, guitar and singing.  You might find the 11 year old busking at the Margaret River Farmers Market, performing in local pantomimes or playing gigs wi...

Local Favourites: Cassandra Charlick

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Local Favourites: Lara McCall

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Plan Your Trip: Featured Itineraries

7 Days of Spring in Your Margaret River Region

  • 6 nights accommodation for two adults & two children
  • 1 x whale watching tour for the whole family
  • 1 x wine tasting experience
  • Lake Cave and Jewel Cave passes

Upcoming events

Drug Aware WA Local Trials

27 April 2021

The Drug Aware WA Local Trials will see one male and one female West Australian surfer get the chance to compete against the world’s best at the upcoming World Surf League (WSL) Boost Mobile Margaret River Pro. The Drug Aware WA Local Trails is set to take......

Boost Mobile Margaret River Pro 2021

2 May 2021 - 12 May 2021

The Margaret River Pro forms part of the World Surf League (WSL) World Championship Tour (WCT), where the top ranked male and female surfers compete over a 12-day period. This is one of eleven WCT events globally, which occur at iconic destinations including Australia, Indonesia,......

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