We’ve put together a list of our favourite accessible spots to eat, stay and play in the Margaret River Region.

This particular list focuses on venues and experiences that are accessible to wheelchair users.

Wills Domain Vineyard Restaurant
The beautiful restaurant and cellar door at Wills Domain has been fully designed with accessibility in mind.


Wills Domain

Award winning winery and restaurant Wills Domain is built for seamless wheelchair accessibility. The owner Darren Haunold uses a wheelchair himself and has curated an experience that flows through the entire restaurant. The Yallingup restaurant has a beautiful alfresco deck, with stunning vineyard views to match.

  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking
  • Easy access for people in wheelchairs on one level

Origins Market

A bustling community hub in Busselton starring incredible eateries, like Tora Sushi, The Vietnamese Kitchen and Bobcha Fusion Korean. Origins Market has wide open spaces, making it easy for people in wheelchairs to get around. Furniture is movable too, and visitors are encouraged to move what they need to make themselves as comfortable as possible.

  • Accessible toilet
  • Accessible parking
  • Easy access for people in wheelchairs on one level


Providore in Margaret River is a working farm located in the breathtaking Wilyabrup region. Produce is sourced from the farm’s vineyards, olive groves and organic kitchen garden, and can be sampled in their fully accessible tasting centre. Choose from grazing platters, wine tastings or enjoy a delicious lunch in their gorgeous, accessible alfresco area.

  • Accessible toilet
  • Accessible parking
  • Easy access for people in wheelchairs
Abbey Beach Resort Accessible Room
Abbey Beach Resort has a two-bedroom apartment that is fully accessible for wheelchair users.


Abbey Beach Resort

The beautiful Abbey Beach Resort is the perfect home away from home for exploring the Margaret River Region. The resort has a two-bedroom apartment that is fully accessible for wheelchair users, or any guest with mobility considerations. Guests can enjoy a fully equipped kitchen, with low benchtops, a private courtyard with a ramp and a walk-in shower with handrails and a shower chair.

  • Accessible toilet and shower
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible kitchen
  • Ramp to private courtyard

Margarets Forest

Margarets Forest is a beautifully appointed holiday apartment complex in the heart of Margaret River’s township. Their Studio Spa room is fully accessible, with an open plan design and easy access from the ground floor. Rooms include generous bathrooms, a large spa bath and a walk-in shower – all nestled amidst the beauty of the Margaret River forest.

  • Accessible toilet and shower
  • Accessible parking
  • All on one level with ground level access

Eight Willows Retreat

Eight Willows Retreat on Metricup Road in Margaret River offers up a gorgeous one bed King Chalet that is perfect for people who use wheelchairs. There’s an accessible bathroom, a shower with rails (and a fold-down shower bench), and wash basins designed specifically for wheelchair users. Take in forest views from your own private deck and enjoy the perfect sanctuary for your Down South adventure.

  • Accessible toilet and shower
  • Accessible parking
  • All on one level with access to deck
  • Open plan
Entrance to Mammoth Cave - Accessible Travel Guide
The entrance and first cavern at Mammoth Cave are wheelchair accessible.


Mammoth Cave

Mammoth Cave is the only accessible show cave in the Margaret River Region. The incredible first cavern can be easily accessed in a wheelchair. Explore the cave on a self-guided tour, with audio available in English, as well as German, French, Mandarin and Malay. Mammoth Cave has more than 10,000 fossils, include the remains of the now extinct Australian Megafauna.

  • Wheelchair accessible boardwalks in first cavern
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible toilets

Coastal Trikes

The back of a motorcycle is one of the best ways to check out the Margaret River Region. Coastal Trikes are chopper style motorcycles, with three wheels, and a double seat for guests to take in the scenery from the back. Your tour guide will take you through the stunning Cape Naturaliste region, including the beautiful bays and beaches. The bike is ideal for people in wheelchairs, but you will need to bring someone who can assist you.

  • Accessible for people in wheelchairs
  • People in wheelchairs are asked to bring someone who can assist them

Busselton Jetty

The iconic Busselton Jetty is rich with sights, sounds and smells of the ocean – making it an enriching and accessible outing for visitors with a range of disabilities. The Jetty train itself has space to accommodate wheelchairs and walkers, and an audio tour offers significant stories about the rich history of the Jetty.

  • Train is accessible for people in wheelchairs or with walkers
  • Audio tour
  • There is a unisex accessible toilet in the Jetty Interpretive Centre and accessible car parks in The Goose Restaurant car park with paved paths leading to the Jetty.

Cape To Cape Track - Cape Naturaliste to Sugarloaf Rock

3.7 kilometres of the iconic Cape to Cape Track is accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors with mobility requirements, such as people with prams, gophers and the elderly. This accessible track runs from the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse to Sugarloaf Rock Carpark, which features a toilet with universal access open 24 hours per day.

  • Wheelchair accessible boardwalks
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible toilet at Sugarloaf Rock Carpark and Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Eagles Heritage

Eagles Heritage is a must-visit for bird and wildlife lovers. The twice-daily Birds of Prey Encounters are fully wheelchair-friendly, and a great opportunity to see the majestic birds up close. After the show enjoy the gravel pathway through bushland (suitable for all-terrain wheelchairs) and spot wildflowers in spring.

  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible toilet

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