Bridgefield Guest House

73 Bussell Highway, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia
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by TheWanderingCamel

Margaret River's wineries are as varied as the wines they produce. Some are long-established and rather grand, others new on the block and very simple ... all have their merits and are worth a visit.

None is grander than Voyager Estate. The domain of one of Western Australia's wealthiest citizens, not a cent has been spared here in establishing the winery as a showcase of the region. Immaculately maintained lawns and formal gardens surround a sparkling white Cape Dutch-style cellar door and restaurant. Inside is just as impressive - polished wood, gleaming brass and glass, an award-winning restaurant, everything on a grand scale and very elegant - and always packed ... both tour companies and independent visitors love this place, and rightly so - they do a great job, and the wine's not bad either.

But a winery doesn't have to be a tourist drawcard to produce lovely wine. Sienna Estate couldn't be more different - a rustic vine-shaded cellar door, simply furnished and not a manicured lawn in sight, but the wine is truly excellent - their 2005 Semillon Sauvignon was rated Best of the Best by Australia's top wine writer. Voyager Estate - Stevens Road, Margaret River
Open 10-4.30.
Restaurant open for lunch and coffee and tea during opening hours.
Lunch bookings essential in peak periods - phone 08 9757 6354

You'll find Sienna Estate at the corner of Caves and Canal Rock Roads, Yallingup, north of Margaret River. Open 10 - 4.30.


by keeweechic

The Margaret River are is ripe for fishing and bag limits do not apply. Herring is probably the most frequently caught fish in the area and can be found near rotting seaweed. From mid February until the end of May, Salmon 'run' along the coastline as part of their seasonal migration and can be caught by boat. Tailor is caught from surf beaches where they swim in rips and channels. Kingfish and Dhufish is found more around the cape area. Other fish caught in the area are flounder, flathead, snapper, groper, tarwhine, skippy, pike, mulloway, whiting, squid and cuttlefish and there have also been some marlins which have been hook - not to mention sharks.

Putting on the Brakes

by arianne_1504

If you're up for a picnic, bbq, spot of camping or a swim, head to Canebrake Pool. This spot is beautiful. Located on Canebrake Pool Road (of course), you get there by turning off the Bussell Highway into Osmington Road and travelling pretty much to the end of it until you get to Canebrake Pool Road. The journey there seems to take forever, but it is well worth the while when you get there.

Plus there are some beautiful wildflowers when in season and you can catch marron (just not the hairy ones!)

Haute Cuisine Pub Grub

by trixee about Settlers Tavern

Settlers Tavern has without a doubt the best pub food ever. The portions are huge, and I mean huge! And I certainly couldn't fault the quality. The service was decent, and being a pub obviously it's a very different atmosphere from the other restaurants we went to. I'm no vegan, but I do highly recommend the Edamame “love” beans - japanese sushi bar style steamed soy beans with murray river pink salt. The tavern also has an amazing wine list, both local and from further afield. Definitely go there at least once, it's great value for money. Edamame love beans

The Wineries

by keeweechic

One of the main reasons for visiting Margaret River are the wineries. There are over 50 wineries in the area which have wine tasting and many also cater for lunch and dinner.

Although the wine in this region represents only 1% of Australia's total wine production, the region produces 10% of Australia's best wine. Even if you are not wine connoisseur, the wineries are well worth a visit just for their beautiful surroundings.


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 Bridgefield Guest House

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Address: 73 Bussell Highway, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia