The Region

Nestled in Western Australia's deep South West is an idyllic stopover worlds away from the hustle and bustle of modem life.
Welcome to the Margaret River Region - a very special place. This charming holiday destination, only 290km south of Perth, seduces the traveller with life's simple pleasures - peace and quiet, award-winning wines, fine food, comfortable accommodation, pristine beaches, breathtaking scenery, and a slow and easy lifestyle whispering for us to relax, unwind and enjoy.
Northern Region: - Dunsborough, Yallingup, Vasse
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For travellers arriving "down south" from Perth, the Cape Naturaliste area offers the perfect first base to begin discovering the many natural and man-made attractions between the capes. Central Region: - Wilyabrup, Metricup, Cowaramup, Gracetown Scenic Caves

Caves Road winds its way the length of the Cape and is the most memorable way to experience the diverse attractions we have to offer. The road runs like a lazy ribbon south from Yallingup into the world renowned Wilyabrup valley, the centre of fine wine-making in Western Australia. Central Region: - Margaret River
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at Margaret River Bridge continue south through town along the Bussel Highway, turn right into Wallcliffe Road. When you reach the 'T' junction of Wallcliffe and Caves Roads, turn right. Approximately one and a half kilometres on the left is BRIDGEWATER. Drive up driveway to the main house.

Margaret River is the quintessential heart of the cape! Ideally located along the forested banks of the Margaret River halfway between Capes Naturaliste and Leeuwin, the township is a great base from which to see the sights and experience the local atmosphere.

Southern Region- Augusta, Karridale, Hamelin Bay, Kudardup, Witchcliffe Augusta:- One of the oldest settlements in WA, is nestled at the tranquil mouth of the beautiful Blackwood River. This historic hamlet by the sea, Australia's most south western town, is a delightful southern getaway for visitors to the Cape.
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