Southwest and Margaret River Attractions

Where sand invades forest, Yeagarup Dunes is situated in the Pemberton area of Western Australia, a natural phenomenon every traveller should see for themselves. Making a move into the forested region...
Descend the staircase and head from towering karri trees to a lost world of limestone at Lake Cave, a stunning underground crystal wonderland in the regions south. A testament to the beauty of nature,...
It goes without saying that the Margaret River area is perhaps Western Australia's most famous wine region, so to experience the best, a wine tour is a must. Producing 20 percent of Australia's premiu...
The undisputed surf capital of the state, the Margaret River and South West region is home to powerful waves and spectacular scenic coastlines just waiting for you to grab a board and take to the wave...
Part mystery, part adventure and part gourmet tour, a truffle hunt at The Truffle & Wine Co in Manjimup is an experience not to be missed. Located on a picturesque property surrounded by karri and ja...
Bootleg Brewery

Bootleg Brewery

   Opens at 11:00:AM

Wilyabrup

HEAD BREWER: MICHAEL BROOKES: Starting at Bootleg Brewery as a home-brewing bartender in 1998, “Brookesy” quickly displayed an interest for the more technical side of beer. When presented with the...
Bush Shack Brewery

Bush Shack Brewery

   Opens at 10:00:AM

Yallingup

8km S of Pemberton. 2km from the Bicenntenial Tree. Rods available or BYO. Fly Fishing for the enthusiast.
named after the Aboriginal word meaning "calm and peaceful", is a popular swimming beach overlooking the sheltered waters of Koombana Bay. Water-skiing, yachting and fishing are favourite pastimes on ...
Features the largest Australian private collection of shells to be bought, sold or exchanged. Largest in the southern hemisphere.
Guided tours & restaurant.
A 1200 year old jarrah tree with bush walk trails.
A local beauty spot ideal for picnics and bushwalking.
recalls the fact that for almost 100 years, Collie coal provided the energy for Western Australia's expansion.