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

Margaret River Region Experiences

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Injidup Beach working its autumn magic for 📸 @merrwatson ✨💙

Injidup is known for its beautiful beach and natural rock formations; it's also day one (or two) on the world-famous Cape to Cape Track 👣

“Our coast is so different to most places on earth. The texture is extremely special, it’s got corners, bays, points - that makes it special,” says Gene Hardy of @capetocapeexplorertours. Walk the track and you'll see amazing formations and patterns in the granite which is estimated to be between 300 million and a billion years old. There's also million year old limestone carved into cliffs and crystal caves.

The 124km Cape to Cape Track is a world-class walk along incredible coastal scenery. What better way to #WanderOutYonder ☀️

Margaret River makes Australia’s most delicious Chardonnay – it’s Kylie Minogue official! 💕
Kylie spent the day exploring (“Loving glorious #MargaretRiver”) and had a glass of her very own Chardonnay in the actual vineyard where it was grown.
Cheers to you, @KylieMinogue! 🥂

Autumn in the Margaret River Region is all about those late afternoon surf check vibes with your bestie. Watch out for those locals though, we hear they're not shy of hopping into everyones business!

The Cape to Cape track is a 123km long walk trail that runs through stunning coastal scenery, sheltered forests and pristine beaches. Beginning and ending at @capenatlighthouse in the north and @capeleeuwinlighthouse in the south the views are absolutely gorgeous.

Surprise scenes like these cheeky kangaroos captured by @vita_lumen are classic of a trek along the famous route and quite simply the cherry on the cake of a truly immersive nature experience.


Cabin Fever Festival tickets launched today, and there’s going to be plenty of oozing, melting delicious cheese…

Tickets to a whole bunch of events are being snapped up faster than you can say “another cheese toastie, please” so best get yours, pronto.

Head to www.cabinfeverfest.com.au and follow all the yummy news at @cabinfever_au 🤤🍷🧀