UPDATE: 6 Jan 2021
Due to the closure of the Western Australian border with Victoria, the Melbour-Busselton route has be delayed until 26 June 2021. Head to Margaretriver.com for the latest travel information and to wa.gov.au for the latest WA travel restrictions.
Article originally published 15 Dec, 2020
Exploring one of Australia’s strikingly diverse destinations is now easier thanks to new direct flights between Melbourne and the Margaret River region – which combines remarkable sights, attractions and experiences from Busselton in the north to Augusta in the south.
Direct flights from Melbourne to Busselton start on 1 February with three return flights per week. The news comes as Western Australian borders have recently opened to both Victoria and New South Wales.
Blessed with mild weather and abundant sunshine, the Margaret River Region is the only premium wine region in Australia where you can hop from award-winning wineries and restaurants, to stunning beaches, tall-timber forests, world-class surf breaks and ancient caves. For more travel information and what to expect, click here or visit margaretriver.com.
Image credits: Margaretriver.com | Tourism Western Australia