Spring in Margaret River

Posted on: September 14th, 2017

spring with whales

Spring is here! This is definitely one of the most stunning seasons to visit the Margaret River Region. Here are a couple of reason why:

The whales are starting to migrate with there calves toward Busselton, and there are a number of tours that let you get up close and personal to these magnificent creatures. Some of the tours to check out are:

Naturaliste Charters
Legend Charters
Whale Watch Western Australia

 The Spring flowers…

The Margaret River Region is one of the most important areas for biodiversity and conservation (stated by WWF)  with around 2,500 wildflower species, and 150 Orchid species it is one of only 4 biodiversity hotspots in the world – and you can really see that when travelling here from September and November.

There are a handful of wonderful walking tours with Cape to Cape explorer tours, you can walk along our stunning coast lines with knowledgeable local guides, or do the wild about Margaret River tour which focus’s on our beautiful native flowers and is just a short stroll from Margarets Forest.

Not only do you get stunning wild flowers, the weather is impeccable. Sunny days and chilly nights keep everything crisp and clean.

Is that enough reason for you to pack your bags and come down? I sure hope so! Because it’s looking to be an AMAZING Spring!

Don’t forget to ask us about becoming a friend of the forest for all year round discounts and to be the first to hear about our upcoming specials!

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