Perth: Margaret River Highlights Tour with Wine and Cheese
Discover the wonders of Margaret River on this highlights tour from Perth. Explore picturesque bays and sprawling beaches, visit charming towns, enjoy a wine tasting session, and soak up scenic views from start to finish.
- Shop for local produce in the quirky town of Cowaramup
- Explore the bustling main street in the Margaret River Township
- Sample award-winning wines at the picturesque Passel Estate
- Watch surfers ride the mega waves at Surfers Point
- Enjoy cheese and wine while admiring sea views at Meelup Beach
DescriptionThe tour begins with pickup from the meeting points in Perth and heads to the Crooked Carrot Cafe for a coffee and cake to start the day. Head to Cowaramup, a quirky country town home to a variety of shops selling local produce. Arrive at the Margaret River Township next and take a stroll along the bustling main street. Afterwards, enjoy lunch at a cafe with ocean views in Gnarabup, or go for a wander along the scenic boardwalk. See the impressive waves at Surfers Point next, the hub of south-west Australia’s surf culture. Later, head to Passel Estate, an award-winning boutique winery. Enjoy a wine tasting session (price not included), or stroll around the vineyard. Travel to Canal Rocks to admire panoramic views across the bay, then continue on to the stunning Meelup Beach. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, enjoy some local wine and cheese while marvelling at the crystal clear water. End the day with a sunset stroll along Busselton Jetty, the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
IncludesPerth city pickup and drop-off Professional and knowledgeable tour guide Local wine and cheese for afternoon tea Lunch (can be purchased in Margaret River from a variety of places or from the cafe at Gnarabup) Wine tasting at Passel Estate ($10 per person which will be deducted from any wine purchases you make)
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