There is so much to see and do in the Shire of Augusta Margaret River.
Holidaying in the South West region of WA - specifically the Margaret River region - is very popular, and it is no surprise why. For those who are yet to experience the variety the region offers, Shire of Augusta Margaret River CEO, Stephanie Addison-Brown urges you to visit her Shire.
“You won't be disappointed and you'll definitely want to come back.”
Located just a three-hour drive from Perth, the Shire is known for “beaches, extensive forests and bushland” and it’s world-famous wine. “We're a wine region - strong viticulture industry - as well as an agricultural industry,” explains Stephanie.
For those who enjoy being outdoors, the Shire of Augusta Margaret River is the perfect place. From the Cape to Cape Track to whale watching in Augusta during the winter, there is something for all ages and interests. There are many trails to be explored, and mountain bikers are welcome says Stephanie, "[We’ve a] big mountain biking community here and visitors would be welcome to bring their bikes - this is a great place to explore by bike.
To find out more about attractions, accommodation and events happening in the Shire of Augusta Margaret River, visit the Council website.