There’s always something amazing to discover when you venture into the forest. The region is rich in biodiversity, with the abundance and preservation of unique and diverse species of flora and fauna.
The Ludlow Tuart Forest, the only pure tuart forest in the world stands in the north of the Margaret River Region, whilst the karri, the third tallest tree species in the world, stands in the Boranup Karri Forest of the south. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the boundless beauty and diversity of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park envelopes the region on the western edge. For the best forest experience search out one of the region’s incredible nature tours and find out more about their amazing wildlife, geology and stories.
Our rivers are alive with fish, marron and lamprey, while eagles, kites, swans and other beautiful birdlife circle overhead. The rivers swell after heavy rains, and that’s when the Mammoth Cave stream comes to life and waterfalls start to flow. Kevill Road waterfalls are an accessible walk close to Margaret River town. A stroll around the Rotary Park Loop is a Margaret River non-negotiable, and a gentle canoe tour along the Blackwood is the ultimate way to reconnect with nature.