Discover some of the world’s most biodiverse natural features offering extraordinary sights just meters away from the pristine beaches. This is your window to World Heritage-natural sights including the Gorges, Pinnacles & Pink Lake.
Discover Margaret River as you drive past Mandurah & Bunbury and travel south towards Busselton to visit the popular Busselton Jetty, visit fascinating million years old cave. Driving through the Boranup Forest of tall Karri Trees and visit the popular Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse & view the natural wonder of two oceans meet.
With the town centrally located in the middle of the Margaret River it is a place for all seasons: be it autumn dawn walks in wooded valleys veiled in mist; cosy winter nights spent with good friends around a roaring fire; spring picnics amid towering karri forests ablaze with wildflowers or summer days lazing on your very own beach by a sparkling sea.
Encounter one of the most biodiverse regions on Earth, when you can indulge in world-class wine, globally renowned gourmet food, and awesome extremely dangerous surf spots, stunning natures walk trails and pristine beaches. Go whale watching in season, explore ancient caves and stroll through forests of timber giants. Blessed with mild weather and abundant sunshine, visitors are blown away by breathtaking scenery and out-of-this-world walking trails, where almost 80 percent of the unique to this area plant species abound and are found nowhere else on Earth.
Enjoy some of the worlds most gigantic rock formations done by nature, unique to this area. There are five major national parks near the town of Esperance. A major nearby tourist attraction, 20 minutes away from the town centre, is the Cape Le Grand National Park, which offers a picturesque coast of largely granite terrain and sheltered white-sand beaches. The park is a popular spot for recreational fishing, as well as four-wheel drive enthusiasts and hikers.
Discover some of the world’s most biodiverse marine habitats offering extraordinary encounters just meters away from the pristine beaches. This is your window to World Heritage-listed Shark Bay. It’s one of the few places on Earth where you can swim with the largest fish in the ocean, the whale shark.