Nestled in the curving coastline and turquoise shores of Geographe Bay is the world-renowned coastal town of Dunsborough. Situated 255 kilometres south of Perth in the South West region of WA, Dunsborough is brimming with spectacular coastlines, decadent cafes and restaurants and picturesque beachfront cycle ways and walking paths.


Dunsborough offers an abundance of attractions for singles, couples and families of all ages including:

  • Meelup Beach – Crystal clear, pristine waters provide the ideal place for a day of swimming, snorkelling or building sandcastles in the white sand.
  • Cape Naturalist Lighthouse – Enjoy the superb ocean views from the observation platform or climb the stairs to the top for breathtaking views as far as the eye can see. Take a guided tour to learn the fascinating history of this working lighthouse.
  • Cape to Cape Walking Track – Stop into the visitor centre for a map and choose one of the easily accessible short walks along this famous track.  Take in the stunning views, picturesque landscape, birdlife and flora.
  • Country Life Farm – From patting and hand feeding the animals to fun on the bouncy castle and inflatable slide there is fun for the whole family. With BBQ facilities and an onsite café, enjoy lunch under the shady trees.
  • Wineries and Cellar Doors – Sample local wines and experience magical views of vineyards while enjoying mouth-watering cuisine at the many award-winning wineries and restaurants.

Stop Locations

Experiences Close By

Dunsborough Jet Ski Tours

The Only Jetski Tour in the Southwest

Explore the coastline of Dunsborough on this informative and scenic guided tour.

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

As the tallest lighthouse on mainland Australia, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is a must-see attraction. This historic lighthouse is situated at the most south-westerly point of Australia, at the tip of a spectacular peninsula – where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet.

Boranup Forest Maze

Come and try our Mindful Maze Meditation

Come along Caves Road, through some of the finest tall forest and farmland in the South West, and discover the Boranup Forest Maze, nestled on the edge of the Boranup Forest.

Stretch your legs and experience the forest trail atmosphere of the maze which is grown from native and exotic shrubs. Flowering in Spring you can collect seed for your own garden

Jewel Caves

Jewel Cave is the biggest show cave in Western Australia, with three massive chambers of incredible beauty. This crystal-encrusted cave is the most recently opened of all the show caves in the Margaret River region.

Jewel Cave is an extremely well decorated cave, containing many beautiful examples of delicate helectites, cave coral, pendulites, a very large stalagmite called ‘The Karri Forest’, and beautiful examples of flowstone such as ‘The Frozen Waterfall’ and ‘the Organ-pipes’.

Fossilised remains of several Tasmanian Tigers or ‘Thylacines’ have been discovered within Jewel Cave’s chambers, safely preserved more than 3000 years after the unusual marsupial became extinct on mainland Australia. There is a skeleton of a thylacine on display in the Jewel Cave centre.

A short walk trail meanders through the forest above the cave, passing the interesting ‘original entrance’ to the cave. Lunch or light refreshments are available at the Jewel Cave Cafe, complimented by views of the surrounding karri forest.