Whether you’re after a quick walk, a full day’s walking or even a multi-day hike, the Margaret River region has you covered.
Here are a few suggestions to get a healthy dose of fresh air and immerse yourself in the region’s spectacular landscape on foot. Continue reading Margaret River’s best walking and hiking trails
Bells Rapids may be best known for being the best vantage spot to watch the annual Avon Descent Race, but it makes for an equally good day trip from Perth any time of the year.
Located off Great Northern Highway in Brigadoon, Bells Rapids is a lovely spot for a picnic, bushwalking and getting a healthy dose of nature. In season, wildflowers abound such as the Fuchsia Grevillea. There are also plenty of kangaroos in the area, as well as an abundance of birds. Continue reading A day out at Bells Rapids
The Cape to Cape Track in Western Australia’s Margaret River region is one of Australia’s iconic bush walks and the best ways to explore the stunning landscape of the southwest. The 135km long trail is Australia’s longest coastal walk, connecting Cape Naturaliste in the north with Cape Leeuwin, Australia’s most south-westerly point. Continue reading Walk the Cape to Cape Track in Margaret River