The FREE mobile App and this website are two unique guides that you can use to find your way around the Margaret River Region. Both are full of all of the free stuff to see and do around Busselton, Dunsborough, Margaret River, Cowaramup, Augusta and everything in between. It’s useful, fast and convenient.
The newest addition to the already excellent mountain biking in Margaret River is Compartment 10. We give you the information you need to find and to ride it. We show you where to park and the best way to ride the 9.4 km circuit.
There are a number of disabled and wheelchair accessible facilities in the Margaret River Region, including playgrounds, beach chairs and boardwalks. And the paved path at the north end of the Cape Naturaliste region should not be missed.
The Margaret River Region is a biodiversity hotspot with lots of wildlife. If you want to see birds, kangaroos, dolphin, stingrays and reptiles, read on! We tell you about the best free spots for viewing kangaroos in the wild!
If you want to watch surfers in the Margaret River Region, many spots along the coast provide excellent viewing areas right above the breaks. These 7 spots are the best of the best.
Winter and early spring are perfect seasons for sunrise and sunset watching. Dramatic storms bring clouds and colour to the morning and evening skies. These are the top spots in the Margaret River Region for sitting back and watching the day end or begin.
If you’re feeling pain or discomfort when riding your bike, it could be a bike fit issue. Ben Liston at Dunsborough Physiotherapy is an expert in getting your bike to fit to your body!
Winter has its own special appeal in the Margaret River Region–a lack of crowds, super-relaxed locals, beautiful sunny days that break up the monotony of the winter rains, and beaches and surf breaks all to yourself are just a few of the reasons to head on down. Here’s a top 10 list of things to do in Margaret River in winter!
Western Australia is not just about the beaches. There are stories and unique experiences right across the state. Here is one from a little living ghost town called Kookynie. We don’t know where it is, either!
Get above and below ground in the Margaret River Region. Find the locations of caves and vineyards on the Margaret River Find the Fun App and website! The App works without needing the internet and that’s pretty handy in this black-spot laden region!
Did you know that the South West has a local radio station? It’s on 87.6 FM and you can tune in if you are in Busselton, Dunsborough or Cowaramup. Or listen anytime, anywhere on SoundCloud. It’s not just for tourists!
There is a long and colourful history in the Margaret River Region, particularly when it comes to surfing. Check out a bit of surfing history from the 70s. The photos alone are worth a look!
Paul was interviewed in Start Up News last week. Thanks to Miles Burke for helping us get our story out there.