Where To Eat, Drink, Stay, And Explore In Margaret River Region

Perth to Margaret River Coach Tours
Sample some of the finest wines in Australia at Margaret River

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An abundance of beaches, world-class wineries and stunning natural landscapes; sounds pretty enticing doesn’t it?
If it sounds right up your street then the Margaret River region is a must-see. What more could you want than to eat and drink great local produce in beautiful scenic countryside? Here are a few recommendations for your next trip down south to make sure you experience the region’s finest.



Wild & Woods Cafe

In the heart of Dunsborough, this cafe is one for the health nuts. Fresh and wholesome food at affordable prices. Homemade breakfasts, sandwiches, wraps, salads and sweet treats can be accompanied by one of the 45 premium leaf tea blends they stock or locally roasted Yahava organic coffee.

2/237 Naturaliste Terrace, Dunsborough


White Elephant Cafe

Casual beachside dining right on the white sands of Gnarabup Beach with dishes that celebrate the region’s fresh and seasonal produce. Delightful breakfasts such as brioche French toast served with maple panna cotta, fresh banana, cinnamon sugar, roasted hazelnuts and coffee mascarpone sit comfortably on the menu alongside great burgers and serious lunch feeds.

Gnarabup Road, Margaret River.



A stylish new eatery in the heart of Margaret River where it’s all about local, seasonal and ethically sourced produce. A visit will also give you the chance to check out locally made beverages, preserves, handmade wares and seasonally curated workshops.

12 Bussel Hwy, Margaret River.



Smiths Beach Resort

Overlooking the pristine waters of Smiths Beach, this beachfront resort in positioned cosily between Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste on the beautiful Cape to Cape walking track. Constructed so to cause minimal impact on the environment, the resort consists of stylish beach shacks, apartments and villas as well as the renowned Lamout’s Restaurant and Cafe.

Smiths Beach Rd, Yallingup.


Pullman Bunker Bay Resort

Overlooking the azure waters of Bunker Bay, this chic 5-star boutique resort boasts an outdoor pool, 150 bungalow-style villas, two restaurants and an award-winning spa.

42 Bunker Bay Rd, Naturaliste.



Cullen Wines

This winery on Caves Road produces wines that are not only organic but also biodynamic and certified carbon neutral – so you’ll never feel guilty polishing off a bottle.

4323 Caves Road, Wilyabrup.


Eagle Bay Brewing Co

A boutique brewery and restaurant nestled in the rolling hills on Cape Naturaliste, this is the perfect stop for a lazy summer day. All beers are handcrafted with only fresh rainwater, malted barley, yeast and hops.

Eagle Bay Rd, Eagle Bay.


Hay Shed Hill Wines

Privately owned by a small group of winemakers and grape growers, this classic old vineyard lies in the heart of the Wilyabrup Valley. Since it was planted in 1973 it has been producing wines of great depth and flavour from Cabernet Sauvignon to Semillon. Their Pinot Noir Rose is a must-try.

511 Harmans Mill Rd, Wilyabrup



Cape to Cape Walk

A three day hike with no camping involved! See the incredible coastline close up and stay in 5 star luxury accommodation along the way!

Tiger Moth Adventure Flights

Take in spectacular views of the region’s stunning coastline, bright blue bay and tapestry of vineyards, forests and farms, all from the open-cockpit of a vintage Tiger Moth.

Busselton Regional Airport, Vasse Hwy, Busselton.