Exploring the Margaret River Region
Stretching from Busselton to Augusta, with the picturesque village of Margaret river nestled in the middle, the Margaret River region is well worth a visit.
With world-renown beaches and coastlines to explore, beautiful vineyards and breweries to tempt you and some delicious gourmet local tasting venues, you will indeed be spoilt for choice.
What to do in the Margaret River Region
Activities for the whole family abound, including wine tasting at premium vineyards, surfing at world-renowned beaches, visiting Busselton Jetty, trying out craft beers at some of the best Margaret River breweries, nature trails, caving and more. See our list of top ten things to do in Margaret River or visit the Your Margaret River Region website for information on accommodation, things to do and events in and around the Great South West.
How to get to Margaret River
Traveling to Margaret River by Car from Perth:
Only 3 hours south of Perth, it is an easy self-drive to Margaret River. Various car rental options are available both nearby to the city and from Perth Airport. Follow the Kwinana Freeway south from the City of Perth, which will eventually become Forrest Highway and from there Bunbury, then Busselton is well signposted.
Make you sure to stay safe on the road by checking out our list of top spots to stop on the way to Margaret River
Travel by Coach/Bus from Perth:
South West Coach Lines offer bus services between Perth and the South West Region departing daily from the City Bus Port, Domestic Airport & International Airport, Perth. South West destinations include Margaret River, Dunsborough, Busselton, Manjimup, Collie and Bunbury. TransWA also operate a daily bus service from East Perth.
know before you go:
Book A Margaret River Tour
Explore Margaret River
Beaches, Tastings & Wine
Private Charter: Margaret River 2 Day Tour
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