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.

Explore the National Parks in Margaret River

The Boranup Karri Forest and Bramley National Park are the places for scenic drives, hiking, quad bike exploring, or, for the more adventurous mountain biking.

Check Out Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Augusta

You can walk around the lighthouse precinct and listen to an audio tour and hear more stories of the lighthouse and the lives of the Lighthouse Keepers and their families.

Don’t Miss The Margaret River Beaches

The Margaret River region has some of the best beaches in the world, and they are so uncrowded and have dazzling white sand. Your kids will love this aspect of a family holiday to Margaret River.

Go Horse Riding with Jesters Flat

Another one of the top Margaret River attractions for kids is a horse riding experience with Jesters Flat. They specialise in horse riding tours of the Margaret River Region, whether you want to explore the beaches or the forest.

Check Out Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory

You can see a colourful artificial reef made of corals and sponges, which is now home to more than 300 species of marine life.

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