Explore the Margaret River Wine Region
To say we love the Margaret River Wine Region is an understatement. We are so passionate about this little haven, we are certain you’ll love it too. Stay in our luxury accommodation at Bina Maya Yallingup Escape and explore the wonders of wine, food, beaches, attractions and downright beautiful surrounds any time of year. Travelling as a family? Be sure to read our blog post for tips on enjoying a family friendly down south holiday.
There is so much to see and do in our beautiful Margaret River Region. Please visit the links below for tours, attractions and events. To avoid disappointment please book at head during this insanely busy time!
Food and Wine in the Margaret River Region
Anyone who knows me knows that “I am here for the food”. With so many beautiful places to dine in our Margaret River Region, narrowing down our favourites was hard. We are so blessed with the best produce and of course beautiful Margaret River wines to wash it down with. You’ll be spoiled for choice.
For a beautiful hearty breakfast or lunch in a stunning bush setting, visit Duncan and the gang. This a a fantastic place to bring the kids as they have a great little outdoor playground. Opens at 8.30. (closed Tuesday & Wednesday)
Emily and Reece have been roasting fabulous coffee beans for some time now. When they opened their new cafe in Feb 2020 we were their with bells on. Beautiful coffee and fantastic cakes, croissant, sandwiches. Kiddie and doggie friendly. (Open Thurs-Monday 8.00-12.30)
Relaxed restaurant and bar set on a charming coastal hobby farm. Breakfast, brunch, lunch, hampers (Closed Tuesday & Wednesday)
On a summers day the outlook over bunker bay is amazing. Beautiful breakfast and lunch (Closed Tues Wed but depends on season). Full breakfast menu weekends only
Ooooo newly opened (2021) where our beloved Jakes Break once was. A cafe for fine casual feeds. Breakfast and Lunch Mon-Friday 7AM -3Pm. In Dunsborough (Griffin Drive)
Margaret River Region Winery Restaurants
WA Regional Restaurant of the year 2019. What more is there to say, our good friend and head chef Seth James is a genius (closed Tuesday & Wednesday)
Beautiful setting, French influence showcasing seasonal Australian produce. One of the regions best (closed Monday-Wednesday)
A firm favourite with locals and visitors. Japanese fresh goodness (open daily)
Aravina never disappoints. Enjoy a long lunch with stunning view and enjoy the surf museum and special exhibits (open daily)
Modern Australian some Japanese influences using seasonal ingredients grown or reared on site. Farm tours available (closed Tuesday & Wednesday)
Chinese/Malay cuisine with a modern twist. Tasty, delicious and washed down with neighbours House of Card’s Chardonnay even better (closed Monday & Tuesday)
Their renovated cellar door is absolutely stunning. Cozy up by fire in winter, swing on the chairs on the lawn in summer and devour their delicious wood-fired pizza. Casual and we love (Open daily)
Iconic, modern Australian style. Seasonal (of course). Fine dining to love (Open Daily)
Inspired by the season, the menu is kept humble while offering incredible finesse throughout each course (Closed Monday & Tuesday)
Newly opened as of Jan 2021. Very excited for this one. Local wines, cocktails and share plates and Deli goodness. Open Wed-Sunday from 3PM
Open for lunch and dinner
Aaron Carrs delight. Modern Australian. Two hats. We love. Lunch and Dinner (Closed Sundays, Lunch on Fri and Sat only)
Asian fusion and seafood. Coby has done a fantastic job. Every single dish sings with flavour. And they do takeaway! Lunch and Dinner (Closed Sundays, Lunch on Fri and Sat only)
Under new management and delivering a delightful rustic Mediterranean menu, also specialising in Vegan cuisine. Dinner 6-10PM breakfast on weekends from 8.30AM (Closed Wednesday and Public Holidays)
Newly opened in 2020. Bar and sourdough pizza. Great margaritas! Lunch and Dinner (closed Tuesdays)
For all things chicken wings, tacos and smoked meats by the legends that are Burnt Ends. Be sure to get to their raise the steaks on Friday nights. Book or you’ll de disappointed. Sat-Thurs for lunch 11-4 (until 3pm on friday) Dinner fri nights 5-8pm
Fantastic menu. Great for families with playground and lots of space. Open daily 10-6
Popular with locals and visitors alike. Great expansive outlooks with views of the valley and ocean. Beautiful food and drinks. Great for the whole family. Open daily 11-5
Peace Pizza -woodfired pizza goodness
Peko Peko sushi, rice paper rolls, soups, curry’s noodles
Thai Papaya Thai food
Bayside burger bar Delicious burgers dine in or take away
Burgertron: Seriously yummy take away burgers and oh so good fried chicken
Margaret River Wine Region Tasting
We could talk all day about how much we love Margaret River wines and in fact we do. Above all, the region is known for its exceptional Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, but the list goes on…
Wineries near Bina Maya Yallingup Escape:
House of Cards
Swings and Roundabouts
Wineries further afield towards Margaret River Town
THINGS TO DO
If you seek more than tasting copious amounts of Margaret River Wine and dining at some of the countries best restaurants there is plenty to see and do.
Whale watching: The whale watching season from Dunsborough and Busselton are available September -November. Contact Naturalist Charters for an amazing whale watching experience and if you’re a Bina Maya guest receive 10% off your experience. Contact us at the time of booking for a promo-code.
Ngilgi Caves and Cape Natualiste Lighthouse: Experience the ancient wonders of Ngilgi Cave and head to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse to discover the fascinating maritime history of the northern Capes region while taking in the panoramic views of Geographe Bay. Book your tours online for winter special prices
Margaret River Farmers Markets: Are open every Saturday morning. This is a ritual we love.
In these uncertain times, for most current listings please visit https://www.margaretriver.com/