The Best of What Margaret River Has to Offer

The Margaret River region in South West Australia has so much to offer the traveler seeking it all: turquoise beaches, adventure, one of a kind landscapes, gourmet food, and delicious wine. You could spend weeks in the Margaret River area and never run out of things to do. The rugged untouched landscape along the coast will have you entranced within moments. The wildlife on the roadside will have you slowing down and paying attention to details in seconds. The vast range of fine foods and wines will have you nibbling the days away. The forests and caves will have you off on an adventure in a minute. I was surprised by all that Margaret River had to offer me…as a hyperactive traveler. I was relieved that it had it all; I didn’t have to choose just one activity. Not a day went by when I wasn’t out exploring the area and finding new and unique things to see and do.

Beaches

Margaret River

Hamelin Bay

Caves

Giants Cave

Giants Cave

Forests

Margaret River

Forest by Glenbrook Estate Lodge

One of a kind landscapes

Margaret River

Kerri Tree growing out of Giants Cave

Sweeteries

Margaret River

Margaret River Chocolate Co.

Vineyards

Margaret River

Watershed Vineyard

Wineries

Fine Wine

Margaret River

Voyager Estate (yes, I am a voyager!)

Margaret River

Happs Sweet Wines

Breweries

Margaret River

Duckstein Brewery

Restaurants

Margaret River

Olio Bello Olive Orchard and Restaurant

Gourmet Food

Margaret River

Oilo Bello Olive Orchard

Wildlife

Margaret River

Wild Kangaroos

Visiting Margaret River allowed me to the opportunity to see kangaroos in the wild for the first time, go spelunking in Australia, try Australian wine where its grown, and swim at beaches where sharks were also present (well that part wasn’t intentional). It’s not just the East Coast that has incredible natural wonders; I’m glad that I get to have a taste of both coasts.

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