Margaret River – Undiscovered Western Australia

Undiscovered Western Australia: Margaret River

Margaret River is a small town south of Perth in Western Australia, known for its craft breweries, boutiques and surrounding wineries. Beaches and surf breaks line the nearby coast, whose waters host migratory whales (Jun–Nov).

Stretching between 2 lighthouses north and south of the town, the long-distance walk, the Cape to Cape Track, fringes the limestone caves and sea cliffs of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.

AWOL’s ‘Undiscovered’ series goes off the beaten track of major cities in Australia and the world, exploring the sides less seen.

This episode takes us to Western Australia’s plentiful Margaret River region. The Margaret River is 3 hours south of Western Australia’s capital city, Perth. It’s well known for incredible beaches, surf and producing some of Australia’s best Chardonnay and Cabernet Savignon.

Stay active on your stay with the impressive views on the Cape to Cape track, or you can also visit the region’s limestone caves like the Jewel Cave.

We hope you enjoyed this video covering the Margaret River. region within Western Australia. Though our video guides are designed to provide further awareness into what it might be like to live in the state of Western Australia, we’re hopeful that this video will also help you to choose places to visit (or even call home) when living in Australia.

Have you visited Margaret River before?

Have you visited any of the locations featured in our video before? What did you think? Would you go back? Could you live there? We’d love to hear your views so please share these in our comments below.

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Steve Klimentos
2 years ago

Very nice

Dexcellent Productions
1 year ago

Beautifully put together footage and great info – Western Australia as always is a great place to visit and explore.

1 year ago

Perfect, right to me

Henning Olivier
1 year ago

Stunning video!

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