With August 2017, almost half way through you could not blame the Margaret River Community for getting a wee bit complacent and looking forward to spring given a relatively mild winter to date. Well lookout! Margaret River has just received some of the biggest downpours in comparison to the last few winters. I could not help taking a few shots to share with you. Amazingly all shots and stories are from one day on a Margaret River Wine tour.

Imagine what you can see and do whilst enjoying a day out with Cheers Wine and Scenic Tours in Margaret River?

Some of the views are stunning and there is still plenty time to get down south and enjoy a Margaret River winter break. Yes, you can interrupt the comfort of city life and come down and experience the relative isolation and quietness of the South West during late winter. Bring your camera and jump on board with Cheers Wine Tours and enjoy and capture images from the wonderful Margaret River Region.

Need accommodation then consider the options at Riverview Tourist Park. As the home of Cheers Wine and Scenic Tours you will receive a massive 20% discount on your Margaret River Wine Tour when staying at Riverview Tourist Park. You get all the trimmings of the Full Bottle Tour and only pay $80.00 pp. All you do is when booking talk to Nathan and he will get you on the Cheers Wine and Scenic Tour at your discounted price.When staying at the Riverview Tourist Park you can enjoy views of the majestic Margaret River in full flow. You can experience the tranquillity and privacy that only winter can offer.

Along with winter gastronomic food offerings Cheers Tours are also enjoying reading the newly released results from James Halliday Wine Guide 2018 and as you can see we have some very proud and happy Watershed team members enjoying the results. Well Done Watershed! Both Watershed and Cheers Wine and Scenic Tours are proud partners, working together in providing visitors to the Margaret River Region the best valued tour experience on offer.

And remember all the above experiences in one day on a Margaret River Wine Tour with Cheers Wine and Scenic Tours so “get on the bus”.

The newly installed Kayak lake at the lovely Watershed Estate courtesy of Big Rains on Tuesday.
Normally the bridge into Knotting Hill is a large arch that takes you high above the water line.
It can be a hard job keeping the water in its place down at Bourbon Street. However, the team at the Grove will look after you once inside. Keeping people warm is no challenge to the Grove Experience pit stop crew.
Western Australia has just enjoyed the running of 2017 Avon Descent and to celebrate Bettenay Wine has built its own white-water rapids training park.