Margaret River is part of WA's South-West edge, a world-recognised biodiversity hot spot, and home to some of Australia’s best beaches, walks and wineries. Margaret River is bordered by the Indian and Southern Oceans, which meet at Cape Leeuwin; also the terminus of the Cape to Cape Track. The Cape to Cape starts 123 km north at Cape Naturaliste and runs alongside Margaret River’s stunning coastline taking in tall timber forests, pristine beaches, limestone caves and vibrant rocky headlands. The popular surf town of Yallingup - recently named Australia's best town by Australian Traveller - offers great cafes, beaches, and wineries, and we love the beachfront accommodation on offer here.

Margaret River’s pretty vineyards are a constant backdrop to days spent swimming, hiking and mountain biking through this nature-rich region. Established Margaret River wine leaders like Vasse Felix and Leeuwin Estate operate alongside up and coming boutique vineyards producing world-class Chardonnays, Cabernet Sauvignon and other varietals. Margaret River is also home to many award-winning providores, farm producers and artisans with the region producing everything from award-winning olive oils and cheese, to hand-crafted bean to bar chocolate.

Further south-east, Albany and Denmark are popular holiday spots with great wineries and hiking trails including Bald Head and the Bibbulmun Track.

World-class food and wine, breathtaking surf beaches and stunning coastal and forest walks
Matt, about Margaret River