Margaret River Region

In the 1970’s, Evans & Tate was one of the pioneers to recognise the suitability of the Margaret River region for viticulture. Since that time many wine producers have helped make wine the heart of the Margaret River lifestyle, but to truly appreciate the region you should explore beyond the many cellar doors on offer.

On the back of the wine industry, a patchwork of restaurants, bars and other attractions have blossomed. Local chefs have developed close ties with their neighbouring wineries and the range of gastronomic delights to match the wines is increasing every year. Local dairy producers continue to make nationally awarded cheeses and new chocolate makers, breweries and boutique fashion stores are cropping up all through the region.

This is not to forget that the area is bordered by kilometres of the most spectacular coastline Australia has to offer, boasting epic surfing breaks, pristine fishing spots and inspiring hiking trails.

“Wineries, large and boutique and producing some of the best wines in the world, are everywhere, hidden away between dairy farms, chocolate and cheese factories, pubs, restaurants, bushland, long sandy beaches and national parks…”
Mark Coster, Cellar Door Manager


 

ACCOMODATION IN THE MARGARET RIVER

There is an array of accommodation options in the Margaret River region, ranging from boutique inns and luxury hotels to caravan parks and backpacker hostels.

The team at Redbrook Cellar Door recommend the following: