Karriview Margaret River is situated within the delightful Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park and within walking distance of the pristine beach at Cowaramup Bay (Gracetown). Ideal conditions attract swimmers, while experienced surfers will find world-class waves on its outlying surf breaks.
Gracetown is also the half way stop on the famous Cape to Cape Track, making Karriview Margaret River the ideal stopover for rest and recuperation after a strenuous day’s walk. Our friends at All About Margaret River can assist with transfers - visit www.allaboutmargaretriver.com.au for further details.
The bustling south-west town of Margaret River has a plethora of cafes, restaurants, bars, pubs, a terrific bakery, markets, local food / produce and internationally renowned wine.
It also has boutiques, shops, supermarkets, art galleries and many other attractions.
The town is surrounded by a seemingly unlimited number of places to explore, including wineries, cheese / chocolate / soap / fudge factories, wildlife / farm experiences, coffee and liquor tasting, olive oil products, a venison farm, forests and caving adventures.
Around 200 boutique wineries produce more than 25 percent of Australia’s premium wine, with many offering free wine tasting and cellar door sales.
You should take a little time to meet the makers and sample their unique community life amongst the vineyards.
Popular varieties include Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc. With an ideal climate, growers are becoming more expansive and many new varieties are emerging in this wonderful region.