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.
Augusta has become quite a popular tourist destination and a popular place for recreational fishing. Augusta can be explored in a variety of ways: by boat, foot, bike, car or even 4WD. There are many things to see and do in Augusta so make sure you spend enough time there to see everything!
From June to December, Augusta comes to life with the thrill of whale watching. Protected from the elements, Augusta is perfect for viewing the migrating Humpback and Southern Right Whales.
Pods of dolphins and New Zealand fur seals can also be seen frolicking happily in the waters.
Welcome to Augusta’s Georgiana Molloy Motel, Augusta’s newest and most modern motel, the start of your journey into the wineries and natural attractions of the Augusta Margaret River wine region of Western Australia's beautiful South West. more
Luxury accommodation with fantastic views of the river and ocean. more
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. more
This old "Water Wheel" was originally built to pump water from the local spring to the houses of the lighthouse keepers. more
The Historical Museum displays a fascinating collection of artefacts, photographs and books documenting the rich history of the Augusta -Margaret River Region. more
The Augusta Visitor Centre is the southern flagship of the Augusta Margaret River Tourism Association and winner of the 2008 Australian Tourism Award for Visitor Information and Services. more
The Blackwood River is the largest river in the south west of Western Australia. It begins its journey in Wagin, a small town in the State's wheatbelt. It flows through Boyup Brook to the coastal waters of Augusta. more
The soft limestone between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin provides ideal conditions for the formation of caves. More than 300 are known to exist. more
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