Sharing the majestic natural beauty of the Margaret River Region including Busselton, Margaret River, Dunsborough and Augusta, Western Australia!

Margaret River Western Australia Visitor Guide
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Attractions

Boranup Forest Drive

Boranup Forest Drive
Boranup Forest is a towering karri forest on the west coast of WA between Margaret River and Augusta. Meandering leisurely on the Boranup Forest Drive leaves you in silent awe. Simply beautiful. Visit Boranup Forest Drive

Busselton Jetty

Busselton Jetty
At 1841 metres the Busselton Jetty offers an unprescedented opportunity to walk almost two kilometers out into Geographe Bay. The Busselton Jetty also has an underwater observatory which was built to take you beneath the waves of Geographe Bay. Visit Busselton Jetty

Canal Rocks

Canal Rocks
The facilities at Canal Rocks are excellent. The large car park provides ample parking and sits just alongside the start of the rocks themselves. There is also a public boat ramp and parking for cars and boat trailers. Canal Rocks themselves are inspiring. Visit Canal Rocks

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse sits on the southern tip of Cape Leeuwin in the farthest corner of the south west of Western Australia. The Lighthouse remains working to this day, regularly guiding ships away from danger at this cape. Visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse sits on the northern cape at the south western end of Geographe Bay. A working lighthouse that is indispensable sits watch on the south Indian Ocean. For a small fee you can be given a tour of the lighthouse and view the surrounding countryside and ocean from the top. Visit Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Jewel Cave

Jewel Cave
Jewel Cave is one of the southern-most caves, only a short drive north from Augusta. It is the largest open-to-the-public cave in WA. It is named after the Jewel Casket, a small chamber in the lower sections of the cave. Visit Jewel Cave

Ngilgi Cave

Ngilgi Cave
Ngilgi Cave is an amazing Karst cave system with the most beautiful array of varied crystal formations including shawls and helictites. The semi-guided tour gives you basic knowledge and cave history from the expert and friendly Guide plus personal exploration time. A great choice of range of exploratory tours are available to get you up close and personal with Ngilgi. 5 minute drive from Yallingup. Visit Ngilgi Cave

Sugarloaf Rock

Sugarloaf Rock
Sugarloaf Rock is one of the most spectacular sights of the northern Cape. An impressive new lookout offers amazing views of the rock and spectacular ocean views The large carpark and facilities make it a must-see during your visit. Sugarloaf Rock is located in Cape Naturaliste. Visit Sugarloaf Rock

Surfers Point Prevelly

Surfers Point Prevelly
Surfers Point Prevelly is the reason Margaret River has grown from a tiny outback town to a region filled with the spirit of adventure. If you are an experienced surfer, you will already know why you are stopping here. If you want to see surfing, this is the spot to watch the way Australians handle some of the best Indian Ocean waves. Visit Surfers Point Prevelly

Underwater Observatory

Underwater Observatory
The Busselton Underwater Observatory at the end of the Busselton Jetty is one of the hilights of visiting the northern Margaret River Region. Get a glimpse of the marine life close up and personal with a guided tour beneath the waves of Geographe Bay. Extraordinary. Visit Underwater Observatory





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Margaret River Mouth

Margaret River Mouth

Forests and National Parks

Forests and National Parks

Boranup Forest Drive

Boranup Forest Drive

Busselton Jetty

Busselton Jetty

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Other amazing locations in the South-West of Western Australia!

More information on the south-west coast in our other Western Australian travellers guides: