Unique Experiences in Margaret River Wineries

Margaret River Wineries

Margaret River, geographically secluded and magnificent – known for its distinctive regional food and breathtaking landscape. Set against a backdrop of ocean and woodland. Margaret River is known for its white wines, particularly Chardonnay and Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blends, and is known for producing robust yet delicate Cabernet Sauvignon. The Best wineries in Margaret River fertile soil, and marine surroundings regularly yielding exceptional vintages, confirming the region’s status as one of the world’s premier wine-producing areas.
Margaret River lies in Western Australia’s far southwest corner. A popular wine destination with a harsh natural environment. Margaret River boasts a thriving culinary scene with great restaurants, boutique breweries, art galleries, and fresh vegetables in addition to its 155 wineries. Discover a fantastic blend of superb cuisine and wine, gorgeous beaches, and world-class surf breaks, towering trees, rolling farms, and ancient caverns when you visit Margaret River.


Professor Harold Olmo and Dr John Gladstone’s two scientists found the region in the mid-1960s and identified it as a potential excellent grape-growing location. Dr Tom Cullity, a regional pioneer, established the region’s first commercial vines in 1967. As a result, viticulture has taken root in this relatively new wine area, which celebrated its 50th year in 2017.

If you’re a regular traveller to the Southwest, you might be interested in trying something new on your next visit to this world-famous city. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of Unique Experiences in Margaret River Wineriesyou may not have considered.

Join a wine adventure trip. Wine tours are popular in the world-renowned Margaret River Wine Region, but if you’ve been there before, you’ve probably already seen some of the region’s most well-known vineyards. Consider Sean Blocksidge’s Margaret River Discovery Tour for a unique wine experience.

The camp is just stepping away from the Beach.

It’s easy to see why the beachside campsite at Conto’s is one of Margaret River’s busiest camping locations in a town known for its coastline. There are 116 campsites for tents, caravans, and camper trailers nestled under shady peppermint trees. Conto’s Beach is a short distance from the campsite and offers excellent surfing, fishing, and swimming opportunities. The camp also provides direct access to a section of the 123-kilometre Cape to Cape Track, connecting Conto’s and Redgate Beach. This 6.3-kilometre path is somewhat challenging and features a variety of wildflowers in the springtime. Stop for a picture on the cliffs above Conto’s Beach.

Get Hands-on with Reptiles.

The Discover Deadly Education Centre was established to promote a healthy attitude toward ‘dangerous’ creatures to dispel widespread misunderstandings about Australia’s infamous (and sometimes poisonous) fauna. They provide various participatory reptile experiences, such as crocodile feedings, snake bite first aid seminars, and the opportunity to touch pythons and lizards. In addition, there are more than 30 different kinds of reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids to observe around the facility if you’d prefer to appreciate them from afar, making it the largest display of its type in the Southwest.

Watch a Movie… In a Vineyard

Throughout the summer, the award-winning Cape Mentelle vineyard is known as a “winery by day, outdoor cinema by night” throughout the summer. The Movies at Cape Mentelle programme has a diverse selection of films presented on the lawn among the vines and in the shade of the karri trees. If you want to try local wines and gourmet delicacies while relaxing on soft bean beds, there are various seating arrangements and packages available. There’s plenty of room to spread out your rug and tuck in if you bring a picnic. Bottles and glasses of Cape Mentelle wine are available.

Visit the Shell Museum.

The Bellview Shell Collection has Australia’s most extensive private collection of shells and coral, with over 30,000 unique species acquired from all around the world. There are also special shark teeth and handcrafted shell jewellery on display, which you may purchase. Museums remain open on weekends, public holidays, and school vacations.

Caving Adventure.

There are hundreds of limestone caverns in the Margaret River region, but just a few provide self-guided adventure caving excursions by torchlight. At 86 meters below sea level, Giant’s Cave is the deepest cave in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. You’ll be given a helmet, a torch, and a briefing from a cave staff member when you arrive. It’s vital to note that children under six are not granted admission and that closed-toed footwear is needed.

Visit Australia’s Most Extensive Raptor Collection.

The Eagles Heritage Raptor Wildlife Centre was established in pure natural bushland to treat wounded, orphaned, and displaced raptors such as hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls. To view these gorgeous birds up close, attend one of two daily 40-minute flight demonstrations, then pose for a portrait with Ivy the Barn Owl. Proceeds from admissions go toward helping the centre continue to care for local animals and provide training for aspiring volunteer wildlife rehabilitators.

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