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The Margaret River Region is brimming with delish vegetarian dining options, and chefs here make the most of the abundant farm fresh produce available. 

Most dining spots offer vegetarian food on their menu and accommodate most dietary preferences – gone are the days when herbivores were stuck with just a sad side salad.

Here are a few vegetarian-friendly spots worth checking out when you’re in the region, from low-key to fine dining.

Cullen Vegetarian Dining Margaret River Region
Cullen Wines, Wilyabrup.

Cullen Wines


Cullen Wines offers a divine four-course degustation menu with vegetarian options available, ensuring that everyone can enjoy their exquisite food over 90% of the menu sourced from their biodynamic, carbon positive garden. Owner and winemaker Vanya Cullen says the concept is to have a beautiful, edible garden. “We now have five gardens, including of course, the Cullen vineyard itself.” Save some time before or after your meal to take a self-guided stroll through the garden and learn more about biodynamic practices used. Lunch happens daily. Be sure to book in. 

Margaret River Farmer’s Market

Margaret River

Every Saturday the Margaret River Farmers’ Market bustles with locals and holiday makers. Stalls are run by amazing farmers, growers and makers, dedicated to bringing you the best produce in the region. Pick up your fruit and veg, grab a coffee (don’t forget your reusable cup), and enjoy a dish from one of the vego friendly local food stalls – The Pancake Bar, which serves both sweet and savoury crêpes, is a must-try. All while taking in the sounds of live music from the talented buskers who serenade the crowd, it’s hands-down the best way to spend a wholesome morning. 

Burger Baby Margaret River
Burger Baby, Margaret River

Burger Baby

Margaret River

Sometimes you just need a big, delicious burger, and Burger Baby delivers on the most flavoursome combos you’ll find anywhere. As well as a bangin’ lentil burger that would satisfy even the most dedicated carnivore, they offer the option to swap out any of their burgers with a plant-based ‘Impossible Burger’ pattie. So you can enjoy a classic style ‘cheeseburger’ but without the meat. Add a substantial craft beer list and wines from some of the most innovative labels in the Margaret River Region, and you have the recipe for some very happy vegetarian diners. 

Blue Manna Bistro


If you’re a pescatarian, then Blue Manna is the spot to get your seafood fix. Nearly all of their fish is caught fresh in Australia, with most line caught locally in WA, then prepared for you in their kitchen. Blue Manna is passionate about sourcing their oysters, scallopssquid and all of their seafood sustainably, which makes their tasty dishes even more special. They’re open Tuesday to Saturday

Aravina Estate Vegetarian Dining
Aravina Estate, Yallingup

Aravina Estate


Aravina Estate isn’t just famous for its world-class wines and stunning vineyard, they are also dishing up incredible food. Choose a vegetarian dining option from the menu, such as their Truffle Butter Spaghetti, pine nuts and pecorino, and pair it with one of their many premium wines. Let the kids enjoy the playground while you take in the breath-taking viewsAnd then order a bit more wine for good measure. Just be sure someone is skipperingso you stay safe on the road!

Private Chefs

Margaret River Region

There are many gifted private chefs in the Margaret River Region who can visit your holiday home and prepare a mouth-watering meal for you and your guests. Like Spice Mistress Sarina Kamini, who loves to prepare traditional Kashmiri dishes for lovers of Indian FoodTiller Dining is another great private chef in the region. George creates memorable private dining experiencesusing food grown fresh on his own farm in Yallingup. 

The Berry Farm Jam Scones Vegetarian Dining
The Berry Farm, Rosa Glen

The Berry Farm

Rosa Glen

Head to the Cottage Café at The Berry Farm for delectable vegetarian dining. Like their vegetarian tart, or all of the fresh cakes and scones you could ever dream of. This charming little café has a kid’s menu (and playground), which makes it a great spot for the whole family. When you’re done, visit the cellar door to taste some delicious sparkling fruit wines, cider and ports, or explore the farm garden. 

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