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Margaret River Gourmet Food & Wine Trail Margaret River Gourmet Food & Wine Trail

2WD

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Food & Wine Trails
 in South West

  • Full day
  • 12 km

Enjoy gourmet food and wine along Tom Cullity Drive in the heart of Your Margaret River Region, where Dr Tom Cullity planted the first vines at Vasse Felix in 1967. You can enjoy picturesque views, world-class wineries, fine dining, locally produced savoury delights, plus sweet handmade chocolate and nougat favourites.

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‘Start Where It All Began’  Start your gourmet food and wine experiences where Your Margaret River Regions historic wines began along Tom Cullity Drive.  Regional pioneer Dr Tom Cullity planted the regions first vines at Vasse Felix in 1967. Today the Margaret River region produces world class Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay along with other varietals. Meander away your day enjoying picturesque views, iconic and boutique world-class wineries, fine dining, locally produced take home savoury delights, plus sweet handmade chocolate and nougat favourites.

Conveniently located, the trail is in the heart of the region minutes from Cowaramup township and equal distance to Busselton, Dunsborough or Margaret River accommodation. An easy day trip, or two, you can experience the best of South West produce whilst trying and buying your favourite taster wines from the neighbouring cellar doors.

Find shady spots to relax, enjoy art & culture and create memories as you wine, dine and indulge.

Stop 1: Margaret River Chocolate Company, Margaret River Providore, Coward & Black Vineyards

Stop 2: Ashbrook Estate, Montague Estate and Thompson Estate

Stop 3: Bettenay Wines and Margaret River Nougat Company

Stop 4: Juniper Estate

Stop 5: Vasse Felix

Margaret River Visitor Centre

(08) 9780 5911

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Time / Duration

Half to full day with stops and lunch

Length

12km

What To Pack

Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.

Trail Start

Corner of Harmans Mill Road and Tom Cullity Drive Margaret River

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Trail End

Corner Caves Road and Tom Cullity Road Margaret River

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Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Cafe
  • Car Park
  • Coach Parking
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Shop

Best time of year

All year round

Trail Access

Drive to Margaret River

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2 trail goers have rated Margaret River Gourmet Food & Wine Trail as 5 out of 5!

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Patrick Coward

Reviewed 22 Jan 2022, 7:26am

An amazing strip. Home to three of the region's six Blanc de Blancs with the chocolate factory at one end and Vasse Felix at the other it's the jam packed with wineries and food businesses like Providore and is home to the Margaret River Coffee Co.
Patrick Coward

Reviewed 22 Jan 2022, 7:25am

An amazing strip. Home to three of the region's six Blanc de Blancs with the chocolate factory at one end and Vasse Felix at the other it's the jam packed with wineries and food businesses like Providore and is home to the Margaret River Coffee Co.

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