Known as one of Australia's finest wine regions, the Margaret River region is an area blessed with natural beauty. Providing a diverse range of activities, this tour allows you to experience this high-profile Western Australian area in one day.
ADULT $215 Child (4-12 Yr) - $130
|Start||Perth @ 08.00 am|
|Finish||Perth @ 09.30 pm|
Travelling south we stop for morning tea (own expense) at the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. We continue south to the Margaret River Wine Region to enjoy lunch at a Margaret River brewery and indulge in complimentary beer tastings. Next we head out to explore Mammoth Cave on a guided tour. Pass through the stunning Boranup Forest and be awestruck at the size of these massive Karri trees. Afterwards, visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse the diving point between the Southern and Indian Oceans.
Visit a local winery, taste some of the very best wines of the region whilst gaining some insight in to the industry. Heading back towards Margaret River make a brief stop in the township where you have free time to stroll the main street.We break at a cafe for a light dinner (own expense) before returning home to Perth, arriving back approximately 9.30pm.
* Busselton Jetty
The longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere can be found in Busselton, stretching 1.8 kilometres across the idyllic Geographe Bay.
* Margaret River Brewery
Indulge in a lunch of local Margaret River Wine Region produce and complimentary beer tastings.
* Mammoth Cave
Take a guided tour through this gothic like cave with vast chambers full of amazing formations. The cave will reveal a fascinating range of information about the flora and fauna of this region.
* Boranup Forest
Drive through this beautiful forest region, home to the pale barked Karri Trees reaching up to 60 metres in height. This forest is a re-growth forest which is over 100 years old and stretching several kilometres.
* Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Situated at the most south westerly tip of Australia is the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. The lighthouse stands 39 metres in height from ground level and 56 metres above sea level and shines out over the landscape for 48 kilometres.
* Margaret River Winery
The first significant planting of vines in the region was in 1967, from there Margaret River has become regarded as one of Australia's greatest wine producing regions. Indulge in a wine tasting.
* Margaret River Township
Enjoy some brief free time to explore the quaint shops and chic cafes of the area. You will also find craftwork created by locals and an array of specialty shops.