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Margaret River Region Day Tours

AWESOME MARGARET RIVER – Enjoy a wonderful day tour to the Margaret River / Geographe Bay Region
Margaret River’s coast to the west of the town is a world-renowned surfing location, known for its amazing surf breaks. Colloquially, the area is referred to as “Margs”. The surrounding area is the Margaret River Wine Region and is known for its quality wine production and tourism, attracting a staggering 500,000 visitors annually.

Géographe Bay was named in May 1801 by French explorer Nicolas Baudin [after his ship, Géographe]. The bay is a wide curve of coastline extending from Cape Naturaliste past the towns of Dunsborough and Busselton, ending near the city of Bunbury. The bay is extremely shallow, limiting the entrance of large ships. To alleviate the problem the amazing two-kilometre-long Busselton Jetty, the longest in the southern hemisphere, was built.

The bay attracts whale watchers, from September to October. The north west part of the bay is the location of a number surf breaks.

We visit the Busselton Jetty the longest wooden structure in the ENTIRE southern hemisphere.

Then we go onto Cape Naturalist Lighthouse followed by lunch at a local brewery / winery. The rest of the tour is sightseeing and indulgence.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Cape Naturalist Lighthouse
  • Lunch at an award winning winery or brewery
  • Chocolate factory tastings
  • Olive oil products and tastings
  • Sample local wines
  • Free bottled water, cool drinks, hot water and snacks


  • Breathtaking ocean views
  • Cape Naturalist Lighthouse
  • Bussleton Jetty – the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere
  • Wildflowers (Aug – Oct)
  • Whale spotting (Aug – Oct land based)


Includes entrance fees, activities, tastings & lunch.

Departs 7.30 am – Returns approx 7.30pm


**Tour information is a guide only, time and itineraries may vary and are subject to availability


Adults prices from $185

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