Honeymoon in Geographe Bay

In Holiday Reviews - Australia, Holiday Reviews - Western Australia, Honeymoons by The H4C Team

Couples experiencing a honeymoon in Geographe Bay will feel like they are in a faraway tropical paradise, when they have only travelled 220km southwest of Perth. 

Enjoy a scenic drive to the region’s fabulous wineries

The pristine coastline of Geographe Bay meets lush bushland, giving the feeling that this location is untouched by the masses, yet with plenty to see and do a little further inshore. This beachy region is perfect for relaxation or adventure, being home to numerous luxury spas where couples can feel rejuvenated after their busy wedding celebrations. Or, for the couple who want to relax near the ocean, a quiet wine in a beachside bar never goes astray.

Gourmet delights at Leeuwin Estate

Take a walk through one of Australia’s largest hedge mazes in Margaret River, or through the spectacular Lake Cave – a mirrored wonderland which is one of the only of its kind in the world. The wineries in this region are also second to none, such as Cape Grace Wines where unique, boutique, hand-crafted wines are made. Stop off at Leeuwin Estate and enjoy a sumptuous dining experience as well as their range of  chardonnay and cabernet merlot. Burn off some of the best gourmet food in the world with a bushwalk through Ambergate Nature Reserve which comes alive with wildflowers in the spring.

There are also stellar shopping opportunities to spoil each other with something special like some delicious Eagle Bay Olives, handmade soaps or antique treasures from this unique location. Enjoy a romantic cruise on a catamaran, or for nature lovers, spot a variety of majestic oceanlife on one of the many whale-watching tours in the region.

The luxury accommodation options are aplenty in Geographe Bay so for couples ready to book their honeymoon, plan your visit with Geographe Bay Tourism.

A romantic stroll on Busselton Jetty

Couples will love: A sunset stroll on the beach admiring the world-famous Busselton Jetty.