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Margaret River Region Chardonnay Trail

Margaret River Region Chardonnay Trail

Home to some of the world’s most beautiful examples of this variety, a perfect grape growing climate and highly skilled wine makers, there is no better place in the world to delve into the beautiful world of Chardonnay than Margaret River. To help guide the way, the Chardonnay Trail features some of the icons and the lesser-known names alike. Chardonnay hasn’t always been the most fashionable of wines. Throughout the 1980’s, Chardonnay fell prey to a trend of excess which led to a stream of flabby, oaky and buttery wines, leaving some wary of the variety. Breathe a sigh of…
Melting Pot Glass Studio

Melting Pot Glass Studio

Melting Pot Glass Studio is an exciting hot glass studio of renowned Western Australian (WA) glass artist Gerry Reilly and partner Margot Edwards, based at their home studio near Margaret River. Visitors are invited to book glassmaking experiences, hot glass demonstrations, visits to their studio shop and personalised appointments for commission enquiries. Gerry Reilly is one of WA’s truly gifted and versatile glass artist who’s work has been collected for over 30 years in WA. His major artworks feature in various iconic WA sites and galleries; his colourful and tactile winecups, alongside his unique tableware, vases, large platters, lighting and…
St Thomas More Catholic Church

St Thomas More Catholic Church

St Thomas More Catholic Church is a beautiful example of a rammed earth building that has been constructed using local supplies by the Margaret River community. The unique design compliments its rural location beautifully, and it is this uniqueness that attracts thousands of visitors each year. Wander through the attractive place of worship admiring the stained glass windows and use of local timber throughout. Visitors are welcome to attend mass on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday mornings and Thursday and Saturday evenings. Take a stroll around the church grounds capturing the church on camera and collect a few souvenir postcards…
Margaret River Small Family Winery Trail

Margaret River Small Family Winery Trail

A collaboration of six small family wineries sharing similar values and philosophies, producing single site wines reflective of the land they love. On your journey you will have the rare opportunity to meet many of the families involved and uncover the hidden gems of the Margaret River region. They all have their own vineyard and use only these grapes to produce their wines, going one step further and processing at least their red wines on their own properties, giving them complete control over the production process. They are true grape-to-bottle producers with family members working across all aspects of the…
Margaret River Region Craft Beer Trail

Margaret River Region Craft Beer Trail

Welcome to the Margaret River Region Craft Beer Trail. The Margaret River Region has the highest concentration of microbreweries in Western Australia - what a great reason to fill your glass with a frothie and say cheers! Just 20 years ago, there was one lone brewery in the region and as they used to say, they were 'an oasis in a desert of wine'. They're still going strong but are now in great company. Beer lovers are spoilt for choice with more than ten exciting producers who are equally passionate about their beer and the region they call home. Each…
Margaret River Wine Cycle Trail

Margaret River Wine Cycle Trail

Welcome to the Margaret River Wine Cycle Trail. The perfect way to sample wines and the Margaret River countryside. This easy to ride wine trail has been designed to allow locals and visitors alike the tools to visit the "Dress Circle" of Margaret River wineries without being contained in a motor vehicle. Make your way through some of the world's best wineries, stopping for a self-packed picnic lunch or dining in one of the best winery restaurants in Australia. Finish your ride back to the bike shop through the iconic Margaret River forest for that perfect end of tour experience.…
Margaret River Food and Beverage Cycle Trail

Margaret River Food and Beverage Cycle Trail

Welcome to Margaret River Food and Beverage Cycle Trail. The perfect, versatile self-guided day tour. Pick up a bike and a coffee on the banks of the Margaret River before packing a picnic full of local goodness for your wine tasting amongst the picturesque vines. After a final ride through the forest, finish the trail with a tasting of some award-winning whisky and gin. The Margaret River Region, long famous for its fine wine, gourmet food and iconic beaches is now becoming a destination for spirit lovers and cycling enthusiasts. Cycling paths now connect a multitude of unique tasting experiences…
Tom Cullity Drive, Margaret River Gourmet Food and Wine Trail

Tom Cullity Drive, Margaret River Gourmet Food and Wine Trail

Start your gourmet food and wine experiences where Your Margaret River Regions historic wines began along Tom Cullity Drive. Regional pioneer Dr Tom Cullity planted the region's first vines at Vasse Felix in 1967. Today the Margaret River region produces world-class Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay along with other varietals. Meander away your day enjoying picturesque views, iconic and boutique world-class wineries, fine dining, locally produced take home savoury delights, plus sweet handmade chocolate and nougat favourites. Conveniently located, the trail is in the heart of the region minutes from Cowaramup township and equal distance to Busselton, Dunsborough or Margaret River accommodation.…
Margaret River Certified Organic and Biodynamic Wine Trail

Margaret River Certified Organic and Biodynamic Wine Trail

A growing number of producers in the Margaret River Wine Region are gaining certification as organic or biodynamic grape or wine producers. The five producers on this trail are the only ones in the region who have fully certified both their vineyards and their wineries to guarantee the integrity of their wines. These producers have created a wide range of wines and cellar door experiences for you to enjoy and they all look forward to sharing their passion for organic and biodynamic farming and winemaking. Visiting these producers will take you on a relaxed and picturesque journey through the heart…
JahRoc Galleries

JahRoc Galleries

JahRoc Galleries is a must see destination for all furniture and art admirers. Situated in the heart of Margaret River, it is the largest contemporary gallery in the South West showcasing an incredibly diverse range of fine furniture, fine art, jewellery, art glass, ceramics and sculpture that will take your breath away. JahRoc's dynamic exhibition space is home to their own line of award winning heirloom furniture. JahRoc Furniture was established in 1987 by master craftsmen Gary Bennett and David Paris and specialise in custom made designer furniture using ethically sourced local hard-woods such as Jarrah, Marri, Blackbutt, Sheoak and…
Big Pine, Bramley Forest, Margaret River

Big Pine, Bramley Forest, Margaret River

Located right on the edge of Margaret River town, The Pines are some of the best mountain bike trails in Western Australia. Easy fire road climbs, fast, flowing single track descents, berms and fun tabletop jumps characterise these awesome tracks. With the easy climbs and great fun smooth rollable trails, the Pines are suitable for riders of all abilities. For the intermediate to more advanced riders, there are plenty of berms to rail and tabletops to jump. You will find yourself riding back up to the middle of the forest time and time again to re-ride your favourite trails. There…
Eagles Heritage Wildlife Centre

Eagles Heritage Wildlife Centre

Eagles Heritage is one of Australia’s largest wildlife centre’s dedicated to the care of injured, orphaned or displaced raptors, including Eagles, Hawks, Falcons and Owls. Visitors of all ages and abilities can get closer than they ever imagined to these magnificent birds of prey. Awe-inspiring flight displays are delivered twice daily, providing insight into the bird’s unique adaptions and natural behaviours. These displays also feature the rare opportunity for visitors to have their photos taken with a resident barn owl. A self-guided 1km walk takes visitors through the tranquil native forest, where they can meet an astounding array of powerful…
Greek Chapel of St John

Greek Chapel of St John

The Greek Chapel of St John the Theologian contains a unique history that will capture the hearts of all who visit. Walk around the church that was generously built by Geoff Edwards OAM, a local resident of Margaret River who fought in the Battle of Crete in World War II. Grateful for the kindness of the Cretans and the friendships that developed, Edwards built the church as a tribute to the Greek people who helped him and his fellow troops. The Greek architecture of the place of worship looks surprisingly at home in the rural town of Margaret River. Wander…
Prevelly Park

Prevelly Park

Prevelly Park near Margaret River is world famous for its top class surfing conditions. The town is located beside one of the biggest surf breaks in the region, and each year the world’s best surfers arrive to compete in the Margaret River Masters competition. Prevelly Park sits on the river mouth where Margaret River meets the sea. Here, there are glorious views over the ocean, excellent bushwalking trails, and excellent swimming beaches. Canoe tours take you up Margaret River, while the river mouth is a popular place to learn to surf. Prevelly Park is a 10 minute drive from Margaret…
Surfers Point

Surfers Point

Surfers Point is known as one of the best ‘big wave’ locations on the planet – on par with Hawaii. Between March and April it hosts in the Margaret River Pro World Championships, where you can watch the world’s top surfers pit their skills on the barrels and big peaks (some reaching over 12 feet). From Margaret River, it’s just a ten-minute drive west to Surfers Point, in Prevelly, or three hours and 30 minutes from Perth. You can even take in this dramatic coastline one step at a time by joining the Cape to Cape Track. The 135-kilometre trail…
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