Margaret River Things to Do

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  • 1. Jewel Cave

    Located at the entrance to Lake Cave is a very interesting and informative display called Caveworks and is ideal for those with a mobility disability who would otherwise be unable to enter and enjoy...

  • 2. Awesome Quadbike Tour deep in to the forest!

    Ugh, this tour was freaking amazing! The guide picked us up in a weirdly painted bus and took us deep in to the Boranup Forest where there were our quadbikes...

  • 3. The Berry Farm

    Not only can you get yummy morning and afternoon teas and delicious meals you can also visit the cellar door. Here you can buy a variety of fruit wines and...

  • 4. Mammoth Cave

    Mammoth Cave is one of several caves open to the public in the Margaret River area. It was known to the early settlers but not explored until 1895. The first...

  • 5. Wildflowers to be found around Mammoth Cave

    Mammoth Cave is within the boundaries of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and is surrounded by Karri and Marri forest. A good place to look for...

  • 6. Coastal flora of Prevelly

    The road to Prevelly passes through Some coastal scrubland and I noticed a splash of colour on the roadside. The stop proved worthwhile with several different...

  • 7. Prevelly Beach

    The township of Prevelly which gives its name to the beach is located at the mouth of the Margaret River and is about 10 kilometres west of the town of that...

  • 8. The Berry Farm Margaret River by aussirose

    The Berry Farm is south of Margaret River - turn off is about 4km's along Busselton Highway. This place is fantastic for tea and scones! The little birds are...

  • 9. Brookwood Estate Winery

    Last but not least of the seven wineries we visited on the Big Day Out wine tour.In 1999, the vines planted three years earlier saw their first harvest. By 2001...

  • 10. Tassell Park Winery

    Tassell Park was a surprise addition to our wine tour for the Big Downunder Meet 2013. We had been so good with keeping to the schedule- even visited the cheese...

  • 11. Hay Shed Hill Winery

    This fifth winery was my favourite - I loved the setting and loved the wines.This is one of the oldest wineries in the Margaret River region. It was established...

  • 12. Woody Nook Winery

    This was stop number five on our winery tour and after a great lunch we were ready to start tasting again. And we were in for a treat - this is a small family...

  • 13. Killerby Wines

    Killerby Wines was established in 1973 by Dr Benjamin Barry Killerby whose grandfather started the General Store in Margaret River in the 1930's. Its reputation...

  • 14. Eat, drink and be merry at Cheeky Monkey

    This was our third winery (see Killerby Wines tip), a brewery/cidery and lunch stop on our Big Day Out wine tour. Cheeky Monkey is famous for its designer craft...

  • 15. Brookland Valley Estate Winery

    This was our second stop on our wine tour. The cellar door is set in a stunning location alongside a stream with cascades which was the first stop for the...

  • 16. Howard Park / Mad Fish winery

    This was our first stop on our Big Day Out wine tour. Howard Park Wines is Western Australia's largest boutique family-owned winery created in 1986 by the Burch...

  • 17. Take a wineries tour

    The main problem with driving yourself on a wineries tour is some poor person has to do the driving and miss out on the fun.Why not let a bus driver do the...

  • 18. Tassell Park Wines Margaret River by aussirose

    This Winery was not on our list but because we were making good time our driver suggested that we visit here. He made a call to the owner and teed it up for...

  • 19. Brookwood Estate Winery Margaret River

    Brookwood Estate Winery was the last one that we visited on our wine tour for the 2013 Big Downunder vt Meet. When I was planning this trip, I was finding it a...

  • 20. Hay Shed Hill Winery Margaret River by aussirose

    Like Howard Park Wines, Hay Shed Winery do two brands of wines - Hay Shed and Pitch Fork. I liked the Hay Shed reds and the Pitch Fork white. This is a classy...

  • 21. Woody Nook Winery Margaret River by aussirose

    Wood Nook Winery sits in a lovely bushland setting. The Café here looks real nice but we had already eaten at the Cheeky Monkey Brewery.Woody Nook Winery is...

  • 22. Margaret River Main Street by aussirose

    It's always nice to wander down the main street of small towns. In Margaret River there are loads of Cafés, Restaurants and nice Gift Shops to check out.Here's...

  • 23. Western Australia Wildflowers Margaret River

    People who love cottage gardens like The Berry Farm can't understand what all the fuss is about our beautiful Western Australian Wildflowers. If you have been...

  • 24. Howard Park Wines Margaret River

    Couldn't pass by this place as it's got hubby's name on :o) Howard Park Winery oozes expensive. The Howard Park reds are really good. They also do the popular...

  • 25. Flower Photography Margaret River WA

    Our 2013 Big Downunder vt Meet had a theme of Wildflowers and Wineries. Quite a few of us have DSLR cameras and as such can't help ourselves when a picture...

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