Western Australia may be best know for its kilometres of dry dusty desert but it’s also home to some of Australia’s most beautiful beaches and breathtaking sceneries.
Off the far southwest coast on the headland of Cape Leeuwin sits a tranquil and solitary lighthouse. This historic place was built from limestone in 1895 and to this day still guilds the great sea vessels that challenge the treacherous cape. It’s a great place to take a new perspective on life and climbing up and down the 186 steps to its illuminating peak is well worth the effort.
The Margaret River Gallery presents a charming array of local and national artistry. What better way to plunge into self-reflection and delightful exploration than with this unique display of light, shape and colour. Some stunning pieces of jewelling, hand blown glass and other inimitable artworks can also be purchased for self and home. A complete experience.
After an exhilarating day of culture and history why not treat yourself to an exceptional meal at the Vasse Felix Estate. Although not entirely vegetarian their menu does offer an extensive and elegant assortment of fresh, healthy tastes – many are locally grown.
Follow this with a short drive to the Cape-to-Cape Walking Track for a breathtaking view of the sun melting into the distant horizon to end a perfect day.
For more information on the Margret River Region click here https://www.margaretriver.com/