See & Do
MARGARET RIVER WEATHER
Panoramic views of native gardens from your balcony. A short stroll to inviting cafes, bars, galleries and artisan gift shops. A pleasant drive to magnificent beaches and fabulous wineries.
Renowned for its world-class wineries, surf and beaches the Augusta-Margaret River Region is perfect for couples and families. With abundant natural attractions, cosmopolitan cafe strips, world-class wineries and top-notch restaurants and cafés, the Augusta Margaret River Region is a place that never fails to entertain, captivate and astonish.
All it takes is a splash of local wine, a drop of summer sun and a visit to one of our attractions to make the ultimate Margaret River experience. For it is this region that lifestyle: beaches, surf, wine, and lazy summer afternoons.
The Margaret River area is blessed with a profusion of natural attractions - from tranquil native forests, to caves and rugged coast. Rediscover your love of nature and enjoy it your way. Photograph wildlife and wild places, hike, surf, or simply relax and breathe in the fresh forest air.
Margaret River is one of the world's premier wine regions. Over 120 wineries are dotted throughout the area. Meander down any vine-flanked country lane and you're likely to find welcoming cellar door hospitality and the chance to taste world class wines. The Margaret River Wine Region is best known for its cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay, and produces many other outstanding varieties.
This beautiful corner of Western Australia attracts a resident population of artists, musicians, writers and foodies. So it's not surprising that Margaret River abounds in galleries, artisan studios, fine dining and locally grown fresh produce. Local cultural events, such as the annual Leeuwin Concert Series and the Margaret River Wine Region Festival, attract visitors from all over the world and sell out well in advance. But even on an impromptu visit, you can tap into the rich cultural life of Margaret River through an amazing range of art exhibitions, concerts, literary events, and food and wine experiences.