Arguably Melbourne and Sydney are the most popular in Australia. Western Australia is the biggest state and accounts for one-third of the land mass of Australia but only receives a fraction of visitors every year.
The Margret River region is a very popular destination in Western Australia. It is world renowned for its high-quality wineries and is also famous for its natural wonders, stunning beaches, and unique landmarks.
Boranup Karri Forest
The Boranup Karri Forest is situated between the Caves road and the coast and is filled with pale barked karri trees. These trees are one of the tallest in the world and can reach to up to 90 meters.
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Located at the south of the Margret River region is the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. It is where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean.
Sugarloaf Rock is named after its conical shape and is located off the coastline and famous for its sunset spot. This is one of the most attractive locations out of the Margret River locations. The location provides spectacular views during the day as well as at the time of sunset.
Meelup is a very popular beach in the region. It is made up of crystal clear water and white sand and is protected from the waves and the winds.
Point Piquet is a beautiful bay located near the Meelup beach with perfectly turquoise coloured waters. You will see crystal clear waters and is also a great spot for swimming and surfing for beginners and intermediates.
Bunker Bay is the place to be if you want to grab brunch and have a dip in the ocean. It has a long stretch of beach where you can soak up the sun.
Canal Rocks is a geographical region that is natural along with the coat of Margret River. The Natural channel was formed with erosion due to the ocean and can be explored by wooden paths.
Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. It spans more than 2 kilometres. Walking along the jetty will take about 25 minutes.