Margaret River indulgent escape

Discover white sand beaches, karri forests and limestone caves all within easy reach of luxury accommodation and a multitude of fine dining choices. Margaret River indulgent escape
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Margaret River indulgent escape

  • Winery

Leeuwin Estate, Vasse Felix winery, Voyager Estate, Cape Lodge, Margaret River Cape to Cape Walk.


Three hours south of Perth you can discover a land where rolling vineyards sit against a magnificent backdrop of ocean and forest. Geographically isolated and spectacular, Margaret River is a wine region by the sea - specialising in fine wine, memorable regional cuisine and spectacular scenery. Discover white sand beaches, karri forests and limestone caves all within easy reach of luxury accommodation and a multitude of fine dining choices.

Key travel information:

Drive from Perth to Margaret River (3 hours)

Leeuwin Estate

Margaret River experiences the unique combination of a Mediterranean climate, maritime influence and ancient gravel-loam soils making it ideal for growing Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Over 40 wineries are producing world renowned wines on this stunning coast. Leeuwin Estate Leeuwin Estate is a family winery that celebrates fine wine, food and its long association with the arts. Leeuwin has earned an international reputation for producing outstanding wines, and is also home to a private art gallery and an award-winning restaurant.

Highlights:

  • Visit the cellar door for an informal food and wine matching experience.
  • In the estate’s art gallery view more than 100 paintings from Australia’s leading contemporary artists that have been commissioned to feature on the Art Series labels.
  • Sample the district’s best produce matched with estate wine at Leeuwin Restaurant.

 

VASSE FELIX

Vasse Felix was established in 1967 and is Margaret River’s founding wine Estate. It is regarded as one of Australia’s draw-card winery destination experiences and includes a restaurant, cellar door and art gallery. Vasse Felix produced Margaret River’s first Cabernet Sauvignon in 1972 and the wines maintain a reputation as regional and national benchmarks.

Highlights:

  • Step into the world of food and wine matching with a Vasse Felix epicurean experience
  • Encounter the flora and fauna of the region on a walking tour along the nearby Cape toCape track followed by wine tasting and lunch
  • Take a behind the scenes peek at winemaking at Margaret River’s founding wine estate on the Vasse Felix Original experience

 

Voyager Estate

Voyager Estate is a gleaming vision of manicured hedges, carefully designed gardens, and orderly vineyards where the team are devoted to the production of outstanding wines skillfully matched with the finest local produce. Voyager Estate hosts regular in depth masterclasses focusing on iconic Margaret River wines including Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Highlights:

  • Take your place at a guided tasting session
  • Tour the estate to see Australia’s largest underground barrel cellar
  • Settle in for a full degustation menu, order the Mixed Flights to try different food and wine pairings, or book ahead for a high tea

Cape Lodge

One of Australia’s finest gourmet establishments and private boutique hotel, Cape Lodge sits within 40 acres on its own vineyard in the heart of Margaret River wine country. Reminiscent of a country estate, the lodge has 22 romantically secluded rooms, a quaint two-bedroom cottage and a magnificent five bedroom private luxury residence.

Highlights:

  • Explore manicured parkland and lakes and the private vineyard producing Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz exclusively for guests of the hotel
  • Roll your sleeves up at the Gourmet Retreat and hands-on cooking school
  • Hike one of the many trails of the Cape Naturaliste National Park, join the locals at the beach for a surfing lesson or canoe on the Margaret River

 

Cape to Cape Walk

The newest member of Great Walks of Australia, this luxury guided hike is operated by Walk into Luxury. Taking in 41 kilometres (25miles) of the highlights of this spectacular coastal track, walkers will experience beaches, coastal cliffs, caves, and Karri forests. Accommodation is in the stunning Injidup Spa Retreat overlooking the Indian Ocean where guests can rest and enjoy their private plunge pools.

Highlights:

  • See the turquoise waters, red rocks and white sand of the Margaret River coast
  • Enjoy stunning wildflowers in Spring
  • Taste the region’s local food and wine every step of the way including degustation dining at Cape Lodge and Will’s Domain winery

 

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