Cowaramup lies in the Margaret River region and is the centre of vineyards, dairying, beef, and sheep farms. Cowaramup is 265km south of Perth.
The name Cowaramup is derived from Cowara, the Aboriginal name of the purple crowned lorikeet, that once inhabited the area.
Apart from being a regional centre for agricultural pursuits, Cowaramup, is now also designated a centre for Arts & Crafts. Being centrally located to the many attractions of the whole region.
Intimate guesthouse in the heart of the Margaret River wine region. Colonial style charm, with antiques and English cottage gardens, but modern with ensuites to all rooms. more
Cowaramup lies in the Margaret River region and is the centre of vineyards, dairying, beef, and sheep farms. Cowaramup is 265km south of Perth. more
Candy Cow offers a delectable selection of confectionary from gourmet creamy chocolates to sensational fudges and nougats and our famous Honeycrunch. Candy Cow is sure to tantalise the taste buds! more
Treeton is the perfect place to enjoy wines in a relaxed atmosphere. You're sure to find the finest wine to compliment the range of Margaret River cheeses, dips, pates, olives and biscuits available from our self serve cafe. more
You can either drop into Fonti Farm for the cheese and the yoghurt, or why not try the Brie Factory for specialised bries and other delicious cheeses. All styles of cheese made fresh for your pleasure. more
Stellar Ridge Estate was the first olive grove in the Margaret River region of Western Australia to commercially produce Extra Virgin Olive Oil. more
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