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Margaret River

Margaret River


The cone-shaped paradise is a broad destination that truly offers something for every age, taste, budget or ambition. The region is most famous for its wineries that produce many fine white and red wines that are exported all over the world. The Margaret River flows through the centre of the region, passing the Margaret River Township that is 8km from the ocean.

Although the area is named after this town, it spreads all the way along the coast from a few kilometres south of Busselton, out to Cape Naturaliste and the spreads over an area about 30km-wide down the south coast to Cape Leeuwin, Australia’s most southwestern point. A region for all seasons, the Margaret River area offers excellent attractions from the man-made to the natural, all within easy to reach and very picturesque driving area.

Fishing from rocks, beaches, and boats is a major drawcard for the Margaret River Area and bushwalkers, windsurfers, abseilers and rock climber’s visit for their passions each year. The landscape of the area changes from kilometre to kilometre. Farms and paddocks, small creeks and ponds, sweeping valleys covered in karri and jarrah trees, thick native bushland, rocky coasts, and pristine beaches characterise this area. Most roads are lined with tall trees and wildflowers are abundant during spring, making driving a pleasant and picturesque journey.
Map showing where Margaret River is

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