What To Do

More than just a golf region, discover the South West’s long list of attractions.

If you’re looking for activities in the South West there is plenty to do! See the sights, wine and dine, hit the beach, or get lost in nature.


If you are on your way down south, book in for a round of golf at one of the South West’s six golf courses near Margaret River. Each course is unique with beautiful lakes, big gum trees and well maintained greens. Have a hit on the driving range or play a round. Green fees start from $25. Golf Clubs and carts are available for hire. Bring down your friends or family for a ripper day of golf in the great outdoors!

Food and Wine

Home to some of Australia’s finest food and wine! There are heaps of wineries, breweries, cafes and restaurants to explore, all with locally sourced produce. Experience bountiful farmers markets held almost every weekend in Busselton, Dunsborough, or Margaret River town centres. If you’re heading to the South West, you will want to take the time to explore some of these amazing venues.


Western Australian beaches are deeply instilled in South West culture. If the sun is out and the surf is pumping, then you will definitely find the locals hitting the beach. Immerse yourself in the South West’s beach culture with activities like swimming, surfing, snorkelling, diving, stand-up paddle boarding, and fishing. You can easily hire gear for activities, or book an adventure tour or lesson.

Walks and Treks

Going walkabout is a great way to explore the natural landscapes of the South West, get some exercise, and capture that picture-perfect moment. Take on the scenic Cape to Cape track, starting from Cape Naturaliste and finishing up at Cape Leeuwin. One of many beautiful walking trails in the South West.

Nature and Wildlife

Fields full of wildflowers, giant Kari tree forests, friendly Kangaroos, local dolphins, and migrating whales. The South West has flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world. If you’re travelling to the South West, be prepared to experience mother nature in all its glory.