Activities in the Margaret River Region
Alongside the natural beauty of the Margaret River area, the region is probably best known for its vast number of incredible winemakers. You can visit the Margaret River region for a month and still not get close to visiting every award-winning vineyard. In addition to their welcoming cellar doors, many vineyards also have fantastic cafes and restaurants.
However, with the rich countryside, the Margaret River region is also becoming known as a haven for boutique breweries, cheeses, and home-grown ice creams. There are also incredible chocolate makers, local breads and oils, and of course award-winning restaurants and cafes.
Many world-class artists have settled in the region, and there is a flourishing arts scene. This includes painters, sculptors, and glass blowers. There are also a large number of jewellery makers, furniture makers, and wood turners. In addition, visit the numerous galleries where you can see and purchase these incredible arts and crafts.
Located within the Margaret River region is the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. This park has the highest visitor numbers of any park within Western Australia. With significant strands of karri and jarrah forest, the park also contains an extensive network of magnificent caves. This network includes the large Mammoth cave, which contains many fossils.
As you can see, the Margaret River region has a varied landscape with many different types of activities. This means it has something for everyone, from those that are foodies to the more adventurous. On this page, you can find some links to some fantastic tours of the Margaret River Region, that you can take using the Azure Holiday House as a base.
Activities in Margaret River
There are so many activities to enjoy in Margaret River, one of our favourites is the local maze, wow! Have a read of all of the amazing activities our beautiful region has to offer.
Mammoth Cave in Margaret River
Mammoth Cave is a beautiful landmark in the Margaret River region which features picturesque views as you walk through the cave and appreciate the beauty of the created world.