Perth & Margaret River

November 20, 2012 | Personal, Photography, Travel

I’ve finally finished going through all of the photos from our wonderful trip to Perth and Margaret River, so I thought I’d share a few with you. As per usual I’ve taken too many to show in one post, so I’ll split it over a couple in the coming weeks.

We spent the first few days of our holiday in Perth catching up with my family, hanging out in cute little cafes, and exploring the streets. We then hired a car and travelled down to Margaret River and to the beautiful house we’d booked for a couple of nights. Even though the house wasn’t far out of town, it felt like we were in the middle of the bush, completely secluded and peaceful. As we were all sitting around having a beer that first afternoon, we had two little visitors hop into the yard…

They had us completely captivated for a good half-hour or so before heading back into the bush.. it was amazing!

Of course, no trip to Margaret River would be complete without some wine tastings, which I’ll hopefully share more of in the next post. I especially loved visiting the wineries with dogs.. the little lady in the photos below completely stole my heart!

You can find out more about Perth here and Margaret River here :)


  1. I’m glad you had a lovely time. Can’t wait to see more pics from your trip.

    P.S. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a kangaroo in person. So cute and with a baby in tow.

  2. ffadmin

    Thanks Erica! Kangaroos aren’t something we see all that often either, so it was really exciting to have one wander into the yard, not to mention the fact that she had a joey with her! :) I hope you’ll see one in person one day too!

  3. Da

    What a beautiful place, makes me wish I was there

  4. Great photos and they’ve made me so jealous! I really miss Perth… and Margaret River is just lovely. The wineries, laid back town and beaches! So excited about going back next year… looking forward to seeing more photos from your trip! x

  5. Great pics! I hope to make it to Perth and Margaret River someday soon!