Margaret River welcomes around 500,000 visitors annually and is regarded as one of Australia’s greatest wine regions. Indulge yourself in a full-day tour from Perth to Margaret River, in which you will come across the following features;
Perth to Margaret River January Tour visit the Busselton Jetty
A three-hour drive south of Perth passing picturesque towns on your way will bring you to Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Perth to Margaret River January Tour experience the Limestone Caves
Other geological attractions of Margaret River include limestone cave formations which date back one million years! Since early 1900s, these underground labyrinths of pillars and crystals have been open to the public and tourists and they offer a truly mesmerizing view of nature’s wonders.
The Lake Cave with its magnificent underground lake and the “suspended table” is an incredible sight to see. The Mammoth Cave portraits peculiar formations and fossils of the Australian mega-fauna that roamed the earth some 50,000 years ago. And the amazing Jewel Cave with its natural cathedrals is simply incredible to behold.
Perth to Margaret River January Tour enjoy the ancient Boranup Forest and Giant Karri Trees
This memorable trip can be further stretched to suit you by covering the ancient Boranup Forest famous for its giant Karri Trees.
Perth to Margaret River January Tour visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
You can also climb up the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse to view the meeting point of the Indian Ocean with the Southern Ocean.
Perth to Margaret River January Tour for Food Lovers
On a two-day trip, you have the option of joining the Margaret River Food Lovers Tour and taste some of the best chocolate and fine food too. The Yahava Koffee Works is where you can sample various types of coffee from all over the world.
Perth to Margaret River January Tour visit the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
Visit the Valley of the Giants and have the spectacular experience of exploring Western Australia’s forest of gigantic tingle trees from the forest floor as well as 40 metres up in the canopy.
The breweries and internationally renowned wineries await you at Margaret River with their grandest of craft beer, cider and wines! Enjoy them as long as you stay in Margaret River.