Aerial Coastline Credit Dylan Alcock

Described by some as one of Australia’s best kept secrets, it seems word is getting out about our beautiful corner of the country.


Whichever season you visit in, you can bank on breathtaking scenery, world class food and wine and a host of exciting local events. You may choose summer, when you’ll be able to relax on our pristine beaches and cool off in the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. In autumn you will see the vineyards become a hive of activity during harvest, and in winter you’ll witness the start of the 6 month whale watching season, when 35,000 whales migrate past our coastline. In spring, you will see the Leeuwin Naturaliste national park decorated with over 2,500 species of wildflowers.

Get a glimpse of the Margaret River Region throughout the seasons below, with these photos we’ve gathered over the past year.

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Busselton Jetty Swim Elements
The Neddys Wyadup Horses
Leeuwin Estate
Redgate Beach
Vintage Voyager Estate
Waves Surfing
Autumn Margaret River Discovery Co
Lake Cave

As the biggest swell for 10 years barrelled in, the locals were almost equally as impressed by the number of cars in the carpark! It was the most they have ever seen. At Gracetown.

– Christian Bishop

Surfers Point Margaret River 2015 Biggest Swell in 10 Years

The biggest swell for 10 years barrelled in at the end of June. At Surfers Point Margaret River, one of the region’s top surf spots.

– Christian Bishop


Boranup Karri Forest Winter
Winter Blackwood River Augusta
Brash Vineyard
Caving Boranup
Busselton Jetty
Kangaroos Margaret River Guesthouse
Sugarloaf Rock
Photo White Elephant Cafe
Cape Naturaliste Dunsbourough
Sugarloaf Rock
Wildflowers Cape to Cape Track
Dolphins Dunsborough
Humpback Whale Castle Rock Beach
Injidup Beach
Gourmet Escape Photo at Castle Rock
Photo at Cape Naturaliste
Hiking Cape to Cape Track
Busselton Ironman