With attractions for foodies, over 70 wineries for anyone who loves a drop or two, fun filled places to explore and many interesting sights and delights in-between, Margaret River should definitely be on your list of holiday destination to visit.... And soon! There is everything from beaches, coastal attractions, quaint villages and towns to explore, wineries to wander through, galleries and museums, hundreds of limestone caves to discover and some of the best fishing, diving and snorkelling you will experience in Australia. With the backdrop that boasts National Parks, forests and nature reserves and a stunning coastline that presents scenic lookouts, lighthouses, hiking tracks and coastal walks, you can only start to imagine the endless list of attractions that you can put on your list of things to do when you come to Margaret River.
Located just three and a half hours south of Perth the Margaret River region is brimming with something for everyone, whether you are a food lover, a nature lover, someone who loves to wildlife and birdlife or perhaps you wish to sample award winning wines, visit famous attractions and see stunning scenery along the way or you may even like to get your feet wet with a range of underwater attractions to see and do. From the coast to the countryside you can do as much or as little as you like when you holiday in Margaret River. If travelling with kids why not take them to the wildlife parks, Boranup Maze, a swim at one of the many beaches or enjoy some surfing, fishing, snorkelling, wind surfing, kitesurfing or water skiing that you can do! There is a bird parks to see, working farms to visit and a trip to one of the ice creameries is always on the cards. The kids might also like a game of super golf, to go horse riding, see the wildflowers in spring that blanket the countryside, go canoeing up one of the waterways, play a round of golf or even go mountain biking.
There are over 350 limestone caves to explore and some of the best coastal scenery that you may ever lay eyes on that boasts, light houses, lookouts and beautiful vantage points that you can walk to so that you can take in the surrounds. There is the chocolate and fudge factory to add to your list, as well as wineries, breweries, a berry farm and many museums, galleries and studios that showcase the history and heritage that makes up the back bone of the Margaret River area. There is deep sea, game and estuary fishing that can be easily accessible with a charter that departs daily as well as whale watching, diving upon shipwrecks or snorkelling around shallow reefs. Set out on one of the many walking trails that will take you either along the coastline, up and down one of the beaches, through a National Park or along the snaking rivers and waterways.
Attractions in the Margaret River region can range from a luxury cruise or charter for the day, romantic sunset cruise for two, dining at one of the restaurants where you can sample mouth watering food and wine, shopping or wandering through markets and stalls. Margaret River is a plae of luxury and indulgence where only the best can be found, from magical sights to sumptuous foods and delights, your senses will be awakened from the moment you arrive. Immerse yourself everything that is the Margaret River region and experience a place that brimming with so many amazing things to see and do, wonderful attractions and fun filled activities that you are going to need more than just a few days for your holiday here.