Winery hopping is a popular tourist activity in the South West region. The variety is vast in this region from crisp Chardonnays; to more the more full bodied Pinot Noir’s. However, you don’t need to be a connoisseur to appreciate the experience. The wineries provide free tasting of their international award winning selections. More...
2) Busselton Jetty
Drawing in over 400,000 visitors each year, Busselton is most famed for its far stretching jetty – one of the longest jetties in the world. Walk along the wooden decking, to the tip of the pier, and be touched by nature; as you embrace what can only be termed as an extraordinary experience. More...
3) Caves of the South West
Below the limestone ridge of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, hide an abundance of magnificent ancient caves, many of which are available for exploration by the public. These spectacular underground chambers are home to stunning formations and ancient fossils; which bare unique resemblance to a lost world.
Renowned for their pristine condition these caves are beautiful, secluded, and a truly eye opening experience. The most popular caves along amongst the South West Region include; Calgardup and Giants Cave, Jewel Cave, Mammoth Cave, Ngilgi Cave, and Lake Cave. Jewel Cave is a notable attraction. It encompasses some of the largest stalactites found in any cave. Its sheer enormity dwarfs its visitors; providing a surreal experience to all.
4) Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
The Tree Top Walk is spectacular. Visitors are invited to walk 40 metres above the ground to marvel at the canopy of the beautiful tingle forest. More...
5) Gap & Natural Bridge - Albany
The Gap and Natural Bridge are prime models for the Western Australia's spectacularly rugged coastline. More...
6) Gloucester Tree Pemberton
The Gloucester Tree is Pemberton’s most monumental attraction. The tree springs from the Karri family and is the third larges tree species in the world. More...
7) Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks, Denmark
Greens Pool is one of the most photographed attractions of the Southern coastline. It is a haven of tranquillity; beckoning visitors to swim and snorkel of its luminescent white shores. More...
Close to Greens Pool is Elephant Rocks; where large boulders group together in the water to form an amazing image. More...
8) Surfing Yallingup
Yallingup is a surfer's paradise. Yallingup provides a long breaking wave that enthusiastic boarders love; and Yallingup has been home to a number of surf competitions. More...
9) Hamelin Bay – Augusta
Hamelin Bay boasts a coastal beauty. The sands are white-as-snow and the water is a translucent turquoise colour that mirrors a Mediterranean fantasy. More...
10) Kodja Place – Kojonup
Kodja Place is a centre of discovery. It tells the heart felt story of country Australia through the eyes of one town, Kojonup. More...
The historic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse at Augusta is situated at the tip of a dramatic peninsular where the Southern and Indian oceans meet - the most south-westerly point of Australia.
Come and enjoy the friendly informal atmosphere.
This old "Water Wheel" was originally built to pump water from the local spring to the houses of the lighthouse keepers.
Services offered by the Augusta Telecentre include:
Video Conferencing, Photocopying, Desktop Publishing, Secretarial, Resume, Internet Access, Printing, Guillotining, Office Space Hire
Training and Education Services:
IT Courses, TAFE
Meeting Room, Broadband, Private Videoconferencing Room, Whiteboard, Disabled Access
The Augusta Telecentre has a Data Projector available for hire to community groups, individuals and businesses.
Augusta sits on the slopes of Hardy Inlet with spectacular views of the Blackwood River, Southern Ocean and the rolling wooded countryside 320km south of Perth. Augusta has a population of 1000 people.
The Historical Museum displays a fascinating collection of artefacts, photographs and books documenting the rich history of the Augusta -Margaret River Region.