Margaret River vineyard

The ultimate travel guide toMargaret River

Margaret River is a triple threat of fine dining, world-renowned wine country and such enviable surf breaks that it marks a stop on the World Surf League World Championship Tour, all while still retaining its country town charm.

To capitalise on all this splendour the region plays host to a number of events to cater to lovers of good food amongst stunning scenery but even if you visit out of season there’s something for everyone in this Western Australian idyll.

Read on for our guide to enjoying the ultimate Margaret River escape.

Top things to see and do in Margaret River

Whether you’re keen to sample the grapes at one of the incredible wineries in the area, maybe you prefer beer so a wander through the craft brewery trail could be on the cards, or perhaps you want to explore the majestic, ancient cave chambers or the stunning beaches to surf, sunbake and swim, whatever you prefer, the Margaret River region has it all.

Achieving ECO Destination cerification in 2022, Margaret River is committed to sustainabilty and has a bunch of good-for-the-earth experiences you need to have.

Where to stay in Margaret River

Margaret River has a wealth of accommodation options suitable for every type of traveller. Whether that be glamping amongst the jaw-dropping landscapes of this thriving wine region, staying at one of the wineries, or living it up like a local at an Airbnb, Margaret River is the ideal destination.

Where to eat and drink in Margaret River

There is something so special about the dining scene in the Margaret River, so when you visit you absolutely need to try out our pick of the top restaurants that will have your mouth watering for days. Plus, if you’re planning to explore the vineyards on a wine tour, these are the top winery restaurants so you can pair the delicious wines with a delectable meal to match. And if you’re in nearby Dunsborough, check out their amazing restaurants too.