At the centre of the Margaret River Wine Region lies the quaint village of Cowaramup
Must Visit ‘Down South’ Destination
Once a sleepy and undiscovered, the town now bustles with excitement and activity. With the local Cowaramup Cows strolling the streets and posing for photographs, the village has become a must visit destination for all those venturing ‘down south’.
With wonderful organic wines, some of the best meats and vegetables on offer to unique giftware, local artworks, delicious fudge, local produce, handcrafted soaps and fantastic foodie treats… conveniently all in the one location, you can understand why this little village has become so popular.
In the heart of the Margaret River Wine Region
Originally a timber town in the 1930’s it offers easy access to the surrounding wineries, beaches, surf and bush. Beef, sheep, dairy and viticulture industries all thrive in the area. Visitors are welcome to gain an insight into the workings of each industry.
Tasting of the local wines, cheeses and fudge is a highly recommended activity, and you can also taste organically grown olive oil. There are a large number of well known boutique wineries surrounding Cowaramup just waiting to be explored.