One of the worlds premier holiday destinations, Margaret River seduces the traveller with life's simple pleasures - peace and quiet, award-winning wines, fine food, arts and crafts, pristine beaches, breathtaking scenery, and a slow and easy lifestyle whispering for us to relax, unwind and enjoy. Local people are working hard to ensure that the natural beauty and magic of the area is maintained for future generations through groups like Transition Margaret River . You can stay at one of the many high class hotels or at some Special Interest Accommodation from small friendly B&B or Farmstays to Golf venues, Pet Friendly properties and many more.
While in the area, be sure to tune in to Western Tourist Radio, 87.6FM around Cowaramup and 87.6FM around Karridale for up to date information and entertainment about the attractions and history of the area. For information on other Western Tourist Radio Network stations around the South West see our Station Guide. This site is a Western Australian visitor information portal, you will find links to many sites of interest starting at our home page WA Visitor Information .
When you come to Margaret River, you are coming to one of the world's great winemaking regions. Be it the intense Chardonnay's, rich Semillons, robust cabernets or soft Merlots. Margaret River wines have a reputation for distinguished character and quality and have been awarded numerous Australian and international awards. While you're here take the time to enjoy not only the wines, but also their heritage and the picturesque countryside.
Apart from wine and surf, Margaret River is also becoming famous for its fine local foods. locals and travellers alike gather together for a feast of freshness at the Margaret River Farmers Market . The Markets feature more than 40 food and wine stalls manned by the producers themselves. It's a perfect opportunity to re-stock your supplies and to match the South West's freshest produce with the latest wine releases from several local boutique wineries.
Enjoy your West Australian holiday.
Barry Green, Managing Director, Western Tourist Radio.