Top 5 things to do in the Margaret River Region

If you're planning a visit to the Margaret River region of Western Australia during the Easter school holidays, you're in for a treat! This beautiful region is home to some of the best wineries, beaches, and natural attractions in the country. Here are the top 5 things to do in Margaret River during your stay:

  1. Visit the Wineries: Margaret River is world-renowned for its award-winning wines, so a visit to the region wouldn't be complete without sampling some of the local drops. Visit our Cellar Door in Gracetown, we are open Wednesday to Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. There are over 200 wineries in the region, so you're spoilt for choice. Many wineries offer cellar door tastings, tours, and food and wine pairings, so make sure to book in advance.

  2. Explore the Beaches: The Margaret River region is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Australia, with crystal clear waters, pristine sand, and breathtaking coastal scenery. Some of the best beaches to visit include Gracetown, Yallingup Beach, and Eagle Bay. Our Cellar Door is located a mere stone's throw from Gracetown beach, so make sure you pop in for a tasting on your way past. Whether you want to swim, surf, sunbathe, or simply take a walk along the shore, you'll find plenty of options to suit your preferences.

  3. Go on a Bushwalk: The Margaret River region is also home to some stunning natural attractions, including ancient forests, wildflower meadows, and rugged coastline. There are plenty of bushwalks and hiking trails to explore, ranging from short, easy strolls to multi-day treks. Some of the best bushwalks in the region include the Cape to Cape Track, Boranup Forest Walk, and the Meekadarabee Falls Walk.

  4. Experience the Local Cuisine: Margaret River is known for its fresh, seasonal produce and gourmet food scene. There are plenty of farm-to-table restaurants, artisan food producers, and local markets to explore. Some of the top foodie experiences to try include Glenarty Road, Miki's Open Kitchen and Chow's Table.

  5. Attend a Local Event: Finally, Margaret River hosts a range of festivals, markets, and cultural events throughout the year, including over the Easter holidays. From the Margaret River Farmers' Market to the Margaret River Pro surfing competition, there's always something happening in the region. Check the local events calendar to see what's on during your visit.

In conclusion, Margaret River is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the best of Western Australia's natural beauty, wine, and cuisine. Whether you're interested in exploring the region's wineries, beaches, or bushwalks, there's something for everyone. So pack your bags, book your accommodation, and get ready for an unforgettable Easter holiday in Margaret River.