Personalised tours in the company of family and friends
Enjoy the privacy of a YOUR MYDRIVER tour in the company of only family and friends.
With three rows of seating, there’s enough headroom, legroom, and just plain room to carry 7 passengers and the driver in comfort and style and with plenty of stowage space for your wines.
Towering karri trees, some over 60m in height, undulate across the Boranup valley. With sunlight streaming onto their smooth trunks, this is one of the best sights in the Margaret River Region.
Even in the height of summer it's still possible to discover a patch of white sandy paradise to enjoy without anyone else around.
The amphora is back. The ancient way of making and storing wine in clay amphora, like the Greeks and the Romans did and like AMATO VINO are doing in this image. Although the number of amphorae users is quite low they are very much talked about and often belong to the natural wine movement.
Most wineries hand-pick their grapes designated to their flagship wine. Many consider the process gentler on valuable vines and grapes and believe only a trained eye can ensure collection of the best fruit.
The Rustico menu focuses on a Mediterranean, shared plate tapas dining and depending on your personalised itinerary, and the time of your arrival, you might want to enjoy wine tasting in the cellar door before or after your meal.
Why not spoil yourselves and feast on a unique and indulgent wine-paired degustation lunch at Voyager Estate (Photo by David Griffin)
At Whicher Ridge winery you will have the opportunity to learn more about food and wine matching by visiting Australia’s only wine sensory garden. Wine and food matching are at the heart of the Whicher Ridge wine styles.
From the first commercial vineyard planting in Margaret River in 1967, the region’s natural assets have blended with the ability of the vignerons and winemakers to create a wine region that is one of the best on the planet.
One of the Margaret River region's best-kept secrets - the mesmerising, 40m tall Wilyabrup Cliffs, accessible by way of a gentle undulating walking trail through a private pastoral landscape.
The beautiful seascape of the Margaret River cape to cape walking track.