Situated 272 kilometres south of Perth, the South West region of Western Australian offers a huge selection of world-class wineries and breweries gourmet food, pristine beaches, untouched forest and boutique accommodation, making it the perfect destination for a romantic weekend, mini-break or family holiday.
Travelling by car
There are two main highways that can be taken to arrive at Margaret River. The route is well sign posted and the journey will take approximately 3 hours. Visitors arriving via Perth airport can now take a very quick route along Roe Highway which flows directly into Kwinana Freeway (National Route 1- State Route 2). People already residing in Perth should begin their journey by heading out of the city south along Kwinana Freeway.
Continue south along this highway which becomes Forrest Highway until Bunbury. Turn left at the first roundabout in Bunbury onto Robertson Drive (State Route 10). At the next roundabout you reach turn left again onto Bussell Highway (State Route 10) and continue to Busselton. As you approach Busselton, go straight through any roundabouts and then left at the end (Vasse roundabout) onto Bussell Hwy. This road will take you through beautiful farming country and grape vines and on to Margaret River.
The alternative highway is the inland route which is a little slower getting here, but quite scenic.
Travelling by bus
Southwest Coachlines operate a daily return service between Perth and Margaret River via Busselton. The Perth service can be boarded at Perth Elizabeth Quay Busport, Perth Airport Domestic or International Terminal. The bus journey takes approximately 4 hours 30 minutes depending on your time of departure.
Travelling by air
Those travelling from overseas, interstate or northern Western Australia will need to board a flight into Perth Airport. The International Airport has frequent services from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Abu Dahbi, Dubai, Hong Kong, Johannesberg and Auckland making it accessible for wherever you are in the world!