When we visited Margaret River, we thought it would be all about wineries. And of course, it’s one of the top wine producing regions in the country, so it partly is, but there is so much more.

There are endless opportunities for bike riding, walking, basking on beaches and exploring historical landmarks. If you’re worried your kids will be bored here, you can think again.

Best Things to Do in Margaret River with Kids

I’ve listed what to do in Margaret River with kids (and without) so you can make the most of your trip.

Check Out The Family-Friendly Wineries and Breweries

Perfect for families AND so many of their wineries and breweries have you in mind with their kid-friendliness.

Visit Yallingup Maze & Mini Golf

The girls had a ball! I snuck into the cafe to work (great views, food, and coffee) while Craig took the girls and their friend through the maze in a race to reach the towers first.

Go Ice Cream Tasting in Margaret River

Simmos Ice creamery in Dunsborough is known as the place to go for ice cream in Margaret River. It’s also popular for it’s huge grassed area, adventure playground, and mini-golf.

Visit The Margaret River Chocolate Factory

Be warned – there’s a tasting bowl of small white and dark chocolate buttons. Your three-year-old will climb up to get them and drop trails of them as evidence around the factory floor.

Explore Margaret River Caves

The limestone cave network hidden with the karri forest in Margaret River is pretty special. Over 150 highly decorated limestone caves lay beneath the surface of the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge.

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