The caves around Margaret River formed over a million years ago and are one of the natural wonders of Australia’s southwest. If you haven’t gone underground at a Margaret River cave, then don’t miss the chance to visit one of these subterranean wonderlands on your next trip south. Continue reading The best Margaret River caves to explore
Camping in Margaret River doesn’t need to be all about overflowing, busy campsites. There are plenty of spots where you can go camping in Margaret River and be among the region’s towering Jarrah and Karri forests and lush river banks.
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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
What started as a retirement project, has quickly turned into a thriving family business. Established in 1999 Petra Olive Oil Estate is committed to producing premium grade olive oil and offers visitors fantastic chalet accommodation in Yalingup. Continue reading Olive oil and luxury pet-friendly accommodation in Yallingup
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A weekend getaway down south is one of the best ways to relax, recharge and inhale a chunky dose of fresh country air. And if you’re going with a large group, there’s no better holiday house in Margaret River than at the Cullen Homestead.
The Cullen Wines Homestead, located off Caves Road in the heart of the wine growing region, is the former family home of the Cullen family. One of the regions oldest and most renowned winegrowers. Continue reading Our favourite Margaret River Holiday House – the Cullen Wine Homestead
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If you like a house with character and don’t mind foregoing five-star luxury, then the Wave House near Yalingup is the coolest holiday house in the southwest. Perched high up on the hill overlooking Indijup Beach, the Wave House has panoramic views of one of the region’s most stunning beach. Continue reading The Wave House Yallingup – the coolest beach shack in the southwest
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Ask anyone what they think of first when you mention Margaret River and the likely answer is wine and surfing. If you’re a surfer, don’t bother to keep reading. You’ll be kept busy with the world-class surf breaks in the region. For everyone else, wine lovers included, read on. Here’s a list of things to do in Margarete River that will let you indulge guilt-free in wine, cheese and chocolate later on.
Continue reading Things to do in Margaret River that don’t involve Wine
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Last updated: March 2017
Do you love camping or caravanning but hate leaving your four-legged bestie at home? So do I. Our dog, Billie Jean loves road trips and camping as much as we do and it breaks my heart to leave her behind. I know that she would be wagging her tail the entire time and going on a trip without her just isn’t the same. Continue reading The Dog’s Guide to Margaret River – Dog Friendly Campsites and Wineries
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