Welcome to the marketing arm of a collection of Margaret River's most popular properties, all of which are located within 5 kms of the township.
The collection includes an iconic “Wildlife Land Trust” sanctuary, a much-loved farm stay and an immensely popular in-town property. We’re unique in that we cover all major areas of interest and levels of comfort.
This wonderful region attracts domestic and international visitors, drawn to the lifestyle, glorious coastal scenery and (within easy driving distance) world-class wineries.
Come along and we’ll show you a great time!
Peppermint Brook Cottages
8 comfortable self-contained cottages just 700 metres west of the town centre, yet in a rural setting. Peppermint Brook Cottages offers value-for-money within strolling distance of Margaret River township. Its central lawn makes it a great venue for families and groups...more
Bussells Bushland Cottages
8 self-contained rammed-earth cottages, on a 20 hectare bush block. Walk trails take you through jarrah, marri, banksia and peppermint forest and near to mobs of kangaroos and a variety of bird and animal life. Awarded Trip Advisor's "Certificate of Excellence 2019 Winner" this is an immensely popular property...more
Margaret River Hideaway & Farmstay
Occupying 23.3 hectares, this is a delightful hideaway for adults and a much-loved farmstay for families. We offer a mix of Superior Studios and 2 and 3-bedroom cottages. Awarded Trip Advisor's "Certificate of Excellence 2019 Winner" our “funny farm” brings joy to all who visit...more
Highlights of the Margaret River Region
A leisurely 3 hour drive south of Perth, Margaret River is renowned for its wineries, boutique breweries, coastal walks, surf breaks, arts and crafts, local produce, gourmet food and a host of sightseeing and experiences. Just a few of the options available are whale watching (June to September), cave exploration, wine and food tours, exhilarating walk trails, historic homesteads, surfing school and lots of adrenalin-pumping activities.
And we've got the accommodation covered, with our 2 "Land for Wildlife" rural retreats and 2 conveniently located town-stay properties. And for those who might be interested, construction has started on 2 more properties, both of which should be up and running by the end of 2016.
For sightseeing and other regional information, tell us what you're interested in and we'll come back with recommendations.
Margaret River, it's more than a brand, it's the destination!
What's on at a glance...
Farmers Market: Saturday mornings from 8am to 12noon at the Margaret River Education Campus, on the right hand side (southern end of town). Make an early start and procure (cheap) free-range eggs, wonderful vegetables, fruit, bread and pastries, superb cheeses, home-made delicacies, local produce, meat and (frozen) seafood. Organic produce is available and there’s usually a coffee van on site, so you can start your day off with a bang!
Friday nights at Colonial Brewery: Each Friday night between 6 and 10pm, Colonial Brewery converts to a “Supper Club,” offering fresh, delicious and affordable adult-sized pizzas - from $10.00 (eat-in) and $15.00 (takeaway). And, of course, Colonial Brewery offers its array of award-winning beers; as well as ever-changing entertainment. All in all, a smashing (and affordable) evening’s fun. Colonial Brewery is located on Osmington Road.
Whale Watching: Southern Right and Humpback whales make their first appearance in Flinders Bay (Augusta) from June and Legend Charters operates boat trips at 8.00am, 10.30am and 1.00pm (daily) through August. Then, between September and November, they move to Geographe Marina (Busselton) with departures at 9.30am and 1.00pm (daily). Guests staying with us will be entitled to a 10% discount. Check legendcharters.net.au for full details.