Margaret River Attractions
Margaret River Attractions
The Horse Resort: Can offer you trail rides to suit your level of experience from beginners to competent riders. All rides are escorted through their farm, the forest or to the local brewery and vineyards by their well trained guides allowing you to relax and enjoy the experience.
Jesters Flat: Horses to suit experienced riders and beginners, offering a variety of rides like the Drovers Tour and Hampers on Horseback. Prices start from $50.00 per person.
Dunsborough Lakes Golf Course is a professionally designed 18 hole course only 15 minutes from Cape Lodge. Buggy and golf club hire are available. Bookings required.
Margaret River Golf Course is a beautiful 18 hole course and home to many kangaroos. It is a real must for the golfing enthusiast. Buggy and golf club hire are available. Bookings required.
Experience some of Australia ‘s best surfing wtih a fun, safe and professional approach to teaching people how to surf, or how to improve upon their surfing. All equipment provided. Lessons with the Yallingup Surf School. From $50.00 per person for a group lesson
Naturaliste Charters conduct whale watching and dolphin tours. From June to December witness the behaviour of migrating Humpback, Southern Right and Blue Whales on the pristine Southern and Indian Oceans off the spectacular South West coastline. This is a truly unique and natural encounter not to be missed. Prices from $75 per adult. Departure daily from 10.00am and 2.00pm
Cape to Cape Walk Track
This 140 kilometre track runs north-south between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin. The Track is on a windswept limestone ridge, perched on a basement of ancient and resistant granite rocks. This long thin strip of land forms the backbone of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, and is the setting of the Cape to Cape Walk Track.
Hikers may walk its length, or sample short sections, revelling in the magnificent coastal, heathland and forest scenery of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge.
Many points along the Track are easily accessible for short or longer walks.
The Friends of the Cape to Cape Track Inc was formed in 1998 to help establish and maintain the track, increase appreciation of it and its vulnerability, encourage community ‘ownership’ and to further the principles of minimum-impact bushwalking and sustainable environmental use.
For more details and an overview map of the Track, and for details of the ‘Friends’, have a look at the Friends of the Cape to Cape Track website.
Visit the Wardan Aboriginal Centre. The Wardandi people are the traditional owners of most of the Margaret River Wine Region. The Wardandi elders have chosen to share aspects of their culture with visitors. Open every day except Tuesday from 10am to 4pm.
Sheep Dog & Shearing
Watch the shearing of Merino sheep and see Border Collie and Kelpie dogs working with their master. Learn about the history of Australian sheep and wool. The Shearing Shed also offers an extensive selection of pure wool Ugg boots, scarves, hats, coats, sheepskins and souvenirs. Open daily 10am-4pm. Undercover Demonstration at 11am Saturday until Wednesday
There are many opportunities for diving in Geographe Bay, and along its coastline.
The Busselton Jetty extends some 2 kilometres over Geographe Bay. The jetty is heritage listed and is the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere, abundant with soft corals and marine life.
The HMAS Swan shipwreck was purposely sunk in 1997 for divers. The wreck lies upright in 35 metres of water, over 113 metres long and over 20 metres wide.
Cape Dive: Single dives are available from $105, and double dives from $195. Rates including equipment hire. Open water diving tickets are essential.