Enjoy the best Margaret River activities & attractions

If you are visiting Pullman Bunker Bay Resort near Dunsborough be sure to check out the interesting events and activities taking place at the resort and in the region during your stay. Margaret River activities include complimentary yoga classes, wine tastings, art exhibitions and more. For more local events and ideas on things to do in Margaret River, see and taste, visit www.margaretriver.com
For more information on any of the activities and events listed here, please call +61 8 9756 9100.

Cape to Cape MTB : 17 - 20 October

Riding though Western Australia’s spectacular forests, bush and coastal trails, Cape to Cape 2019 is a 4 day mountain bike stage race that has been leaving riders exhilarated and coming back for more for over ten years.

Whether you have previously competed in the Cape to Cape MTB, or if you are looking to participate for the first time, 2019 is the ultimate Cape to Cape course.

The Cape to Cape MTB is an event for the whole family, with the close proximity of stages reducing travel time during the day and increasing the opportunity to really explore the Margaret River region and all that it has to offer.

The “Event Village” will offer live music, food trucks, mobile bars, elite rider marquees and riding demos, merchandise stalls and more. Relax and enjoy Margaret River's exceptional foodie scene and the event’s super social atmosphere.


The Cape to Cape MTB was first held in 2008 to a field that only reached about 100 participants. It now holds the title as Australasia’s biggest MTB multi-stage endurance race.

In that first year the MTB started out with a vision, a grand plan to introduce a new major mountain biking event to the magnificent South West of WA. An event that engages the community, showcases the fabulous countryside and something that riders would enjoy and return to year after year.

Based in Margaret River Western Australia, this iconic riding experience includes access to stunning private stunning trails, vineyard visits, brewery finishes and some of the warmest hospitality the region has to offer.

The course makes its way through a network of trails along the coast, through National Parks, forest, farm lands, mountain bike parks, and bush before finishing four days later back at Margaret River.

Roughly 210km and 2,500 of climbing in total, each day’s riding is between 45 and 65km and has its own special terrain and environment to keep things interesting with a mix of fast flowing single trail, farm tracks, groomed downhill trails and fire trails – many through private land that can only be ridden while racing the Cape to Cape.

There’s nothing too technical and it's easily ridable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness and MTB skills.