Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse Credit Hamish Stubbs

The Margaret River Region is a photographer’s dream; lovely soft light at sun up and sun down, and a myriad of spectacular scenic spots to capture in pixels. Be sure to bring your camera – or smart phone – and learn new skills at a photography workshop.

Well-known scenic spots include Sugarloaf Rock, the Meelup-Eagle Bay coastline, Yallingup and Busselton Jetty in the north. The iconic Caves Road, Boranup Forest, Lake Cave, the Margaret River Mouth and Cape to Cape Track are popular photography spots in the ‘middle’ of the Margaret River Region. Further south, photographers flock to Augusta, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and the limestone cliffs of Hamelin Bay. There’s plenty to explore – scroll @margaretriver on Instagram for inspiration.

You can’t go past a photography workshop and the opportunity to learn from the best, as well as getting access to some of the most photogenic vistas in the region. Russell Ord runs popular photography workshops, Scott Slawinski and Dylan Dehaas offer Propellor Project drone workshops and Hank Durlik’s Margaret River Exposed tours double up as one-one photography lessons.

Enjoy the scenic spots and be sure to tag @margaretriver #margaretriver when you share.