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With picturesque vineyards and rolling hills, the Swan Valley is a paradise for wine lovers and nature enthusiasts alike.

Things to do and see

Visitors can indulge in a variety of wines from the charming local providers, gourmet delights, and artisanal chocolates.  Or for those feeling more active, there are scenic nature walks available. 

Getting there

Hire a car and head 25 minutes East from the Perth CBD. Or, to take full advantage of the wine selection and tastings, join an organised tour.

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Nestled between the stunning coastline and majestic forests, Margaret River is renowned for acclaimed wineries, pristine beaches, and gourmet offerings.

Things to do and see

Visit the numerous wineries of the region where there is something for everyone.  Join an organised tour to make the most of your day.

The region also boasts some of Australia’s most pristine beaches, from the famous Surfers Point and Prevelly Beach to the tranquil Meelup Beach and Hamelin Bay.  Soak up the sun, watch the sunset, and if you’re lucky, catch a glimpse of dolphins or whales.

Explore nature by visiting the breathtaking caves of the region, including the Jewel Cave, Lake Cave, and Mammoth Cave.  Or for those feeling more active, go on a hike through the scenic forests of the Boranup region or along the coast in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.

Margaret River also features a vibrant arts scene with local galleries and artists sharing their talents and offering truly unique souvenirs.

Places to eat and drink

Margaret River also has offerings for the food lovers, with local farmers markets, artisanal cheeses, handmade chocolates, and organic delicacies.  Create your own lunch from the available gourmet options, or treat yourself to a truly exceptional dining experience at one of the region’s award winning restaurants to enjoy the finest local ingredients at their very best.

Getting there

We recommend visiting the region overnight or for a weekend to take advantage of all that it has to offer.  Rent a car and enjoy the scenic 3 hour drive from Perth, with a stop in Bunbury to stretch your legs.

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Located on the stunning southern coast of Western Australia, the Albany region offers a diverse range of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy.

Things to do and see

Immerse yourself in the region's rich history by exploring the historic whaling station at Discovery Bay or wandering through the charming streets of Albany's Heritage Area.

Nature lovers will be captivated by the dramatic coastal scenery, including the iconic Natural Bridge and The Gap, where the Southern Ocean crashes against rugged cliffs.  Take a stroll along the stunning Middleton Beach or embark on a scenic hike in Torndirrup National Park.

The region also boasts excellent opportunities for whale watching, with regular sightings. 

Places to eat and drink

For a taste of local produce, visit the Albany Farmers Market or visit one of the local restaurants.  With its blend of history, natural beauty, and culinary delights, Albany promises a memorable experience for every visitor.

Getting there

Albany is approximately 4-5 hours from Perth by car, or a short 60 minute flight.

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Shark Bay is full of natural wonders and activities for visitors.  

Things to do and see

This World Heritage site is renowned for its remarkable marine biodiversity and stunning landscapes.

Visitors can witness the famous Monkey Mia dolphins up close. Exploring the crystal-clear waters, snorkelling or diving, allows encounters with unique marine life, including dugongs, turtles, and the vibrant coral reefs.

The region also boasts impressive features such as the red cliffs of Francois Peron National Park and the breathtaking Shell Beach.

With its rich wildlife, stunning scenery, and aquatic adventures, Shark Bay promises an unforgettable experience for nature enthusiasts.

Getting there

Take an 8 hour drive from Perth, or take a flight to the Monkey Mia airport.

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Located about a two-hour drive north of Perth, Cervantes is a charming coastal town renowned for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and delicious seafood.

Visitors can explore the beautiful turquoise-hued beaches, indulge in fresh lobster at the famous Lobster Shack, or engage in thrilling water sports like snorkeling or fishing. 

Just a short drive from Cervantes lies the Nambung National Park, home to the iconic Pinnacles Desert. The Pinnacles, an otherworldly landscape of limestone formations, offer a unique and surreal experience, especially during sunrise or sunset.  Exploring this natural wonder is a photographer's delight and an opportunity to witness the beauty of Western Australia's unique landscapes.

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