Margaret River is positioned between Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturalist in the southern parts of Western Australia that boasts world class wineries, stunning landscapes, untouched beaches, caves, National Parks and plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Not only can you take in the sights of Margaret River but you may also like to visit neighbouring towns such as Bunbury, Augusta and Yallingup which all lie within a 50km radius of Margaret River. A holiday here can be whatever you wish it to be, whether you are planning a romantic trip away, family vacation, business trip or a backpacking stopover you will be delighted with the array of attractions and activities for you to enjoy.
There are weekend farmers markets to browse through, walking trails to embark upon along the river, vineyards to visit, cellar doors to excited about and some of Australia's most beautiful beaches right on your doorstep. The white sand beaches glisten in the sunlight and here you can enjoy a wonderful picnic, water sports and lazing under the warm summer sun all year round. From swimming, surfing, snorkelling, fishing, water skiing and so much more, you can spend as much time as you like right on the water's edge. There are also some great fishing charters and diving adventures for you to book onto as well!
Once you have done all of the wineries why not check out the breweries for something different and then end the day off with a cruise up the Margaret River for dinner. What a perfect way to cap off a perfect day! Margaret River is a popular tourist destination that has not only food and wine trails to set out upon but there are art galleries to admire, National Parks to wander through, tours to book onto and plenty of sights to marvel at. The passing of the whales on their migratory pattern each year is something you can plan your holiday around or perhaps you might like to visit in spring when the wildflowers come alive and cover the ground with all of the colours of the rainbow.
There are many different tours that you can do, such as food and wine tours, nature walks with a tour guide, four wheel driving adventures, farmstays, sightseeing tours as well as cruises and ocean charters. It doesn't matter if you only have a couple of days or a few days to spend in Margaret River, there will be the perfect tour for you to embark upon so that you can fit in as much as possible of this magnificent wine growing region. You may also like to make your own tracks and visit the many beaches, limestone caves, tunnels and rugged coastline for yourself. There are over 350 caves within the Margaret River region, but not all of them are accessible to the public. The ones that are open to the public also feature fossilised creatures from many years ago.
There are many different styles of accommodation to select from when holidaying in the Margaret River region, from caravan parks, guest houses, bed and breakfasts, backpacker hostel accommodation, apartments, resorts, hotels and motels. No matter how much you are willing to spend or what style of accommodation you are after for your trip here, you can be sure that you will find exactly what you are looking for. So why not book some accommodation, come and see the countless sights and attractions, enjoy the many different activities both on land and out on the open water, and see what an exciting holiday you can really have when in the Margaret River region.
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