One of the things that the Margaret River Region is famous for is its coastline – and for good reason. It’s vast, varied, and ruggedly beautiful. What better way to enjoy it than dangling a line into the ocean, the smell of salt fresh in the air and the sobering wind in your hair?
Fishing has been a way of life in the Margaret River Region for millennia. The region’s first peoples, the Wadandi tribe of the Noongar people, are a coastal people, and have long-relied on the ocean for food and, of course, fun.
Today, fishing is still a great source of enjoyment for many families. We’ve compiled this list to give you the low-down on all the best family-friendly spots about the region. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re looking for easy access or to get off the beaten track a little.
First thing’s first – book yourself in at Big 4 Beachlands, the perfect launching pad for the ultimate family holiday. This place is complete with everything you could need to keep the whole family happy, is located super close to the turquoise waters of Geographe Bay, and situates you right at the gateway to the Margaret River Region’s many fishing spots.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab your rods, pack up the car, and get fishing!