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What to do in Margaret River and South West

The National ANZAC Centre

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Great for
  • Culture & history

The National Anzac Centre in Albany is one of Australia's most important cultural pilgrimages, overlooking the harbour from which over 41,000 servicemen and women departed for the Great War. Discover the key events of the First World War, told through the story of the ANZACs themselves, a deeply touching experience.

Entry from £19 per person

Please Note: The National ANZAC Centre is open daily from 9am to 5pm excluding Christmas Day. Visitors usually spend approximately 1- 2 hours visiting the centre and an hour to visit the Princess Royal Forts, grounds, memorials and lookouts.

Naturaliste Charters - Bremer Bay Killer Whale Expedition

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Great for
  • Wildlife & nature

Operating from January until March and departing from Bremer Bay, around 2 hours from Albany, head out into the Southern Ocean on a search for the mysterious orcas. There's also an abundance of giant squid, sperm whales and birdlife which congregates in this food-rich area of sea. Each trip is different to the next, but with a 96% success rate you're likely to be left with a day to remember!

From £229 per person

Please Note: Tour departs daily at 8.30am and runs every day from the 13th January to the 31st March, returning at approximately 4.30pm. The journey to the site is around 1.5 hours each way and with it being a long day at sea you are recommended to take sea sickness tablets. Lunch, morning and afternoon tea, soft drinks and water are included in the price and supplied on board.

Top Drop – Full Day Wine Tour

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Great for
  • Food & wine

Travel with this award winning company on a full day exploring some of the hidden gems of the Margaret River. Indulge in a winery lunch with contemporary, fresh and local food, as well as visiting some outstanding wineries for a day of tastings. Perfect for anyone - from wine experts through to just wine tasters!

From £114 per person

Please Note: Tour departs daily at approx 10.30am and is 5.5 hours in duration. Includes pick up from Margaret River, Yallingup, Bunker Bay or Busselton hotels, plus lunch and a glass of wine.

Ngilgi Cave Cultural Tour

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Great for
  • Culture & history

Take a guided bushwalk to forage for native bush foods, plants and medicines whilst hearing about their traditional uses from your knowledgeable guide, Koomal. Taste traditional foods and flavours around the campfire which depending on the season could include kangaroo, emu, quandong, emu plum and saltbush. Discover the art of traditional fire lighting and tool making before entering the enormous Ngilgi Cave to be captivated by a live didgeridoo performance, deep inside the cave.  


From £45 per adult

Please note: Tour departs from Ngilgi Caves on Yallingup Caves Road at 9am and lasts approximately 2.5 hours - make sure you bring your camera!

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