Attractions

Top Choice Farm in Manjimup

Truffle & Wine Co

To discover how the world's most expensive produce is harvested, follow your snout to the Truffle & Wine Co. Join a 2½-hour truffle hunt with the clever truffle-hunting Labradors from Friday to Sunday from June …
Landmark in Busselton

Busselton Jetty

Busselton's 1865 timber-piled jetty – the southern hemisphere's longest (1841m) – reopened in 2011 following a $27-million refurbishment. A little train chugs along to the Underwater Observatory, where tours take pl…
Lighthouse in Augusta & Around

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Wild and windy Cape Leeuwin, where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet, is the most southwesterly point in Australia. It takes its name from a Dutch ship that passed here in 1622. The lighthouse (1896), WA's tallest…
Cave in Yallingup & Around

Ngilgi Cave

Between Dunsborough and Yallingup, this 500,000-year-old cave is associated in Wardandi spirituality with the victory of the good spirit Ngilgi over the evil spirit Wolgine. To the Wardandi people it became a kind o…
Cave in Around Margaret River

CaveWorks & Lake Cave

The main ticket office for Lake, Mammoth and Jewel Caves, CaveWorks also has excellent displays about caves, cave conservation and local fossil discoveries. You'll also find an authentic model cave and a 'cave crawl…
National Park in Margaret River & the Southwest Coast

Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Despite the vast areas of aridity it contains, Western Australia also boasts a startling variety of endemic wildflowers. The Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park explodes with colour in the spring months. The leached, …
Historic Building in Around Margaret River

Ellensbrook Homestead

Around 8km northwest of Margaret River, Ellensbrook (1857) was the first home of settlers Alfred and Ellen Bussell. The Wardandi people welcomed them, gave them Noongar names and led them to this sheltered site. The…
Wildlife Reserve in Bunbury

Dolphin Discovery Centre

Around 60 bottlenose dolphins live in the bay year-round, their numbers increasing to 260 in summer. This centre has a beachside zone where dolphins regularly come to interact with people in the shallows and you can…
Cave in Augusta & Around

Jewel Cave

The most spectacular of the region's caves, Jewel Cave has an impressive 5.9m straw stalactite, so far the longest seen in a tourist cave. Fossil remains of a Tasmanian tiger (thylacine), believed to be 3500 years o…
Observatory in Busselton

Underwater Observatory

The town of Busselton boasts the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere, at 2km. Constructed in 1865, it reopened to the public in early 2011 following a refurbishment. At the shore end is a free and friend…