Sharing the majestic natural beauty of the Margaret River Region including Busselton, Margaret River, Dunsborough and Augusta, Western Australia!

Margaret River Western Australia Visitor Guide
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Beaches of the Margaret River Region

Margaret River has beaches all along the south coast, west around Cape Leeuwin, all along the west coast north to Cape Naturaliste and finishing in the clean white sand of Geographe Bay.

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Surf or Swim?

There are LOTS of beaches in the Margaret River Region, some well explored and easy to get to, others well off the beaten track! 

Of course you may just be visiting for the WAVES...  as Surfing is one of the things Margaret River is renown for.

Whether you are surfing or swimming, always respect the ocean.

Never leave children unattended.

Beaches of the Margaret River Region

Eagle Bay - Meelup Pk

Eagle Bay - Meelup Pk

Gnarabup Beach

Gnarabup Beach

Honeycombs Beach

Honeycombs Beach

Margaret River Mouth

Margaret River Mouth

Meelup Beach

Meelup Beach

Moses Rock

Moses Rock

Yallingup

Yallingup






Margaret River Beaches

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Top Locations in the Margaret River Region

Boranup Forest Drive

Boranup Forest Drive

Busselton Jetty

Busselton Jetty

Canal Rocks

Canal Rocks

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Jewel Cave

Jewel Cave

Ngilgi Cave

Ngilgi Cave

Sugarloaf Rock

Sugarloaf Rock

Surfers Point Prevelly

Surfers Point Prevelly

Underwater Observatory

Underwater Observatory







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Gnarabup Lookout

Gnarabup Lookout

Lake Cave

Lake Cave

Wardanup Trail

Wardanup Trail

Margaret River Weather

Margaret River Weather

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Other amazing locations in the South-West of Western Australia!

More information on the south-west coast in our other Western Australian travellers guides: