Margaret River


 Small group luxury 4WD touring

Personalised wine touring experience

Spend a leisurely day with an expert local guide on this luxury 4WD wine and scenic tour.   Visit a range of Margaret River’s best wineries, from small emerging superstars to an esteemed estate.  The day includes travel through stunning coastal scenery plus a behind-the scenes vineyard experience at Cape Mentelle and a degustation style lunch.


  • Visit selected wineries producing outstanding wines with highly personalised experiences – all wineries Five Star rated by James Halliday.
  • A unique behind the scenes vineyard experience at Cape Mentelle including a very special food and wine pairing lunch in the Cape Mentelle barrel room (degustation style).
  • A 4WD experience to discover stunning coastal scenery most visitors don’t get to see.
  • Small group of no more than 6 guests

Cost:  $205 per person (5 ½ hours touring) includes light degustation lunch and premium wine

Departs:  Mon/Wed/Sat from the Margaret River Visitor Centre, 10 am.

Complimentary pick-up service within the immediate Margaret River township vicinity.


Food and Wine take centre stage on this full day tour in the Margaret River wine region.  From winemaking to wine tasting, you will appreciate the process and love the result.  Visit up to six renowned wineries including Stella Bella, Cape Mentelle, Leeuwin, Voyager, Watershed, Vasse Felix, Pierro and Moss Brothers (barrel tasting).

The wine tasting is complemented with cheese and chocolate tastings, a superb lunch (with wine) at Voyager Estate Restaurant and a vineyard platter for the afternoon.

Travel is in either a comfortable, air-conditioned mini-bus with maximum 13 passengers or 4WD vehicle with maximum 6 passengers.

*On some occasions lunch will be at Watershed Restaurant, multiple award-winning Gold Plate Restaurant.

Cost:    $125 per person (10 am – 5 pm)

Complimentary pick-up within 15kms of Margaret River township.  Alternatively, pick-up can be arranged from Margaret River Visitors Centre.

Photos courtesy of Tourism Australia and South Australian Tourism Commission