Eager to explore Australian wine regions? The perfect getaway can be the breathtaking Margaret River wine region. Located south of Perth, Margaret River is one of those destinations with outstanding beaches and quality wines. Margaret River is the only Australian wine region that combines wine and world class food with dazzling beaches, timber forests, primeval caves and popular surf breaks
Each year more than half a million tourists enjoy the diversity of this surfing, wine growing region.
Only three hours away from Perth, Margaret River will astonish you with its stunning wineries, quality Margaret River wine, great food, endless beaches and marvelous scenery. So, let’s get packing.
The Quality Margaret River Wine
Over the last 50 years, Margaret River has become one of the world’s best wine producing regions and who doesn’t love quality wine? With more than 150 wine producers in the area, you have plenty of choice. If you like the popular Australian Shiraz, you’re in for a treat. This quality Margaret River wine is the culprit of its eminence.
Margaret River Produce
If you are a food lover, Margaret River is the perfect gourmet food paradise. Visit family-owned small businesses like smokehouse, small good maker, butchery, and a special place where you’ll try the tastiest bacon ever. And as you know, nothing goes better with wine than cheese, so make sure you don’t miss the Margaret River Diary Company. The Vasse Virgin Olive Oil farm is another great place to visit where you can taste and smell their gourmet foods and handmade olive oil skin care products.
Margaret River Beaches
Margaret River is a home to the best Australia’s beaches that include more than 70 surf breaks spread over 130km coastline. Starting from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin, there is a beach for everyone. The massive surf has turned the Margaret River into a surfing mecca, while there are also calmer waters at Eagle Bay, Meelup and Bunker Bay.
Visit Wise Wine winery for a gourmet meal. It is the only winery in the region that combines dramatic coastline and stunning vineyards, so why not combine a memorable view with savory dish and exquisite wine? You should also visit the newly launched Tapastry menu at the Pullman Bunker Bay. It combines gastronomy and artistry to give you a taste of Australia on a plate.
Enjoy a long walk along the beach. Don’t be surprised if you see some fur seals or the annual migration of the Humpacks and Southern Right whales.