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Margaret River Tour and Gourmet Picnic

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

  • Duration

    5 - 6 hours

  • Start time

    Start time: 10:00am - 10:30am

  • Meeting Point
    Margaret River Visitor Centre (located at 100 Bussel Highway, Margaret River).
  • Ending Point

    You will be dropped off at the pick-up point

Key Highlights

  • Recommended by Outdoor Magazine and TripAdvisor
  • Go off-road to places only locals know about
  • The perfect introduction to Margaret River
  • Meet a former Australian Winemaker of the Year
  • Gourmet picnic with local cheeses, wines and olives
  • A small group tour – so plenty of chance to interact with your guide
  • Transportation in luxury 4WD vehicle


Rated by Outdoor Magazine as one of the 10 best short vacation experiences in Australia, this Margaret River excursion is much more than just another wine tour.

With your expert local guide and luxury 4WD vehicle you’ll go off-road to places that other tours don’t reach. Learn Aboriginal legends surrounding the spectacular Meekadarabee waterfall and peer down the dizzying Wilyabrup cliffs. View towering karri forest ablaze with wildflowers and alive with birdlife.

You’ll also enjoy the chance to canoe the peaceful Margaret River. And, when all this outdoor activity makes you hungry, you will be served a gourmet lunch of delicious local produce among barrels of ageing wine at small emerging superstar winery.

If you only have a short time in Margaret River, this superb tour shows you the very best the beautiful region has to offer.


The Margaret River Tour And Gourmet Picnic is a flexible, all inclusive wine tour with a difference. At the start of the day you will be picked up from the Margaret River Visitor Centre (located at 100 Bussel Highway, Margaret River) in a luxury 4WD vehicle.

You will be accompanied on the trip by an expert guide who knows all about the wine industry, local ecology, geology and Aboriginal/European History.

The picturesque Margaret River region is renowned for its stunning beaches, majestic forests, and spectacular caves, and for its wonderful food and wine.

At the start of the tour, you will have the chance to canoe the tranquil Margaret River (optional) before taking a luxury 4WD trip to the dreamtime site of Meekadarabee Falls. Here your knowledgeable guide will explain the significance of the Falls in Aboriginal legend.

Afterwards you will be treated to a gourmet picnic lunch of locally sourced produce – including cheese, olives, ham, trout, bread and spreads – in the barrel room at Fraser Gallop Estate, an acclaimed small winery. Your picnic will be accompanied by wines such as Semillon Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Merlot. You will also have the chance to meet a former Australian Winemaker of the Year – Clive Otto.

When lunch is over you will enjoy an exciting 4WD adventure in which you’ll discover stunning locations you would not be able to find without local knowledge. You will see tall karri forests and a rich diversity of wildflowers (seasonal) and birds.

The day ends on the Cape to Cape walking track where you will experience the spectacularly rugged Wilyabrup cliffs, and view the occasional passing whale and pounding surf below.

At the end of the tour you will be dropped back at the starting point.


  • Transportation in a luxury 4WD vehicle
  • English-speaking driver / guide
  • Gourmet picnic style lunch (cheese, olives, ham, trout, bread and spreads)
  • Wine with lunch
  • Canoe hire
  • National Park entry


  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

Please note

Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details

Additional info

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have

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