30 Days 30 Ways

We've selected our top 30 ways to spend your Wander Out Yonder Voucher in the Margaret River Region this spring.

Redeem your Wander Voucher in the Margaret River Region

You think you’ve done it all? Think again. Now is the time to complete your Margaret River Region spring bucket list.

Right now, Western Australians have the chance to get their hands on a $100 Wander Voucher to use towards tours and experiences.

Grab your voucher, then redeem it here before October 31st. You’ll receive $100 off the total spend (on a minimum spend of $200) with booking dates between now and December 31st 2020. You can also book at any one of our three regional Visitor Centres or contact our Central Reservations team 7 days a week.

The vouchers cannot be redeemed on accommodation bookings, but you can search accommodation in the Margaret River region here (tip: Plan a mid-week stay for the best choice of accommodation)

Take time to daydream, then go take the adventure that awaits.

Get out in Nature

Discover Culture

Be Captivated by Whales

Seek some Adrenaline

Food & Wine Experiences

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#MargaretRiver @MargaretRiver

There's always something amazing to discover when you venture into the forest. Today's surprise amongst the wildflowers? A quenda darting across the path! Also known as a southern brown bandicoot, quendas are marsupials that carry their youngsters in their pouch... definitely not to be mistaken for rats!

Next time you #wanderoutyonder in the Margaret River Region, be sure to hit the tracks for awesome views, wildflowers and animal encounters. You could walk through Boranup Forest (pictured here, ๐Ÿ“ธ @jdo_photography), along the Meelup coastal trails, the Wadandi Track, The River Walk in Margs or a section of Cape Track. The visitor centres can recommend walks or guided tours, if you're keen to get a deeper understanding of the region while you wander, or click the link in our bio for details.
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We love a sunrise stroll, especially when the beach looks this dreamy! ๐Ÿ˜
Days are getting longer and the mornings much warmer, so take a sunrise beach walk in Busselton and you might see swimmers practising for the Busselton Jetty swim, or dolphins playing in the shallows.

Later in the morning the Jetty train starts ferrying passengers along the world's longest timber pile jetty, and the foreshore is bustling with kids playing and people soaking up the sunshine.

Busselton, famous in its own right, is in the northern part of the Margaret River region, a fantastic place for a seaside holiday with the regions wineries right on the doorstep.

๐Ÿ“ธ @langley.in.the.fall
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Where the Margaret River meets the ocean. It's a beautiful area filled with natural wonder; amazing surf, a peaceful river and so much birdlife. Hike along the Cape Track or join a canoe tour on the river, then refuel at the nearby coffee van or cafes a little further south.

๐Ÿ“ธ @dylan_alcock
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When the largest animal on earth comes to visit (blue whale, they visit every spring) it'd be rude not to go and say g'day, right!? ๐Ÿ“ธ @dylan.dehaas was lucky enough to see twelve of these magnificent creatures over the weekend, and it looks like the people aboard @naturalistecharters would have been bubbling with excitement too.

Blue whales grow to around 29 metres and 170+ tonnes, making them the largest animal on the planet. They migrate through Geographe Bay each year as they travel between the Antarctic breeding and feeding ground and the warm 'maternity ward' waters of the Kimberley region. It's estimated that only a few hundred blue whales migrate along the West Australian coast each year, while around 35,000 humpback whales make the annual journey.

Be sure to join a whale watching cruise before the season wraps up - there are charters departing Dunsborough and Busselton twice a day. If you have a Wander Voucher to redeem this week, whale watching could be a winner!
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We're in for a weekend full of sunshine - perfect for all types of adventures in wine, surf and wildflower walks.

๐Ÿ“ธ @thisishelenchan soaked up some Vitamin D at Wills Domain, one of the fantastic boutique wineries in Yallingup.

Whether you're road trippin' between wineries or dreaming about your next getaway, check out the Wine Unearthed podcast for stories from the vines. Link in bio or find it on your fave podcast app.
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Day 30. Bask in Busselton's Historic Heart & Soul
The beautiful @busseltonjettyofficial was built 153 years ago when timber exports were booming and extended a bunch of times as the boats got bigger! Thereโ€™s more than one way to experience the jetty; stroll the entire 1.81km out to sea, reel in a fish or squid, take a ride on the famous jetty train and underwater observatory tour, or dive with the fishes on an underwater helmet tour. Book your jetty experience today.

๐Ÿ“ธ @trentjohnmartin

That wraps up #30days30ways packed with plenty of ideas for your next trip to the Margaret River Region. Try out some of the epic tours and experiences and let us know what you love best - and remember to tag us in your pics!
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