There’s plenty of vantage points to spot the migrating humpback or southern right whales from land, or jump on a charter boat from Augusta, Dunsborough or Busselton.
The lighthouse at Cape Leeuwin is the highest mainland lighthouse in Australia so the view is unbeatable from the top!
There’s eight show caves you can visit in the Margaret River Region, and all of them will keep you dry on a rainy day!
For more things to do in the Margaret River Region this winter, visit www.margaretriver.com.
If you’re planning an extended stay and want to see some more parts of the south west, our friends over at australiassouthwest.com have got you covered. Head to their site for various road trip ideas, winter accommodation discounts and more.
Heading down south for Cabin Fever Festival? Take a cheeky detour off the Busselton bypass and you’ll be in Vasse Village, where you can grab a coffee, stock up on supplies for your accommodation or simply stretch the legs. If like us, you’re planning on making the most of all the incredible food on offer throughout the festival, you can “walk it off” and get some exercise along the historic Wardandi Track.
If you live locally, or you’re travelling between events in Margaret River, Dunsborough and Busselton, it’s a convenient place to stop. There’s plenty of free parking, green space for recharging and everything you might need from the Vasse Village businesses. There’s Magpie Coffee Café, Vasse Village Lotto & News, Vasse Medical Centre, Vasse Pharmacy, Latitude 33.7 Physiotherapy, The Village Chippy, Newtown Chinese, Cinco Hair Boutique, Renew Skin and Beauty, Vasse Jewellers and Hanson Property alongside Coles Supermarket and McDonalds on Napoleon Promenade – all the amenities of home while you’re enjoying the goods of the fest!
Visit www.vassevillage.com.au or look for vassevillage on Facebook and Instagram.
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