Destination guides

With so many wonderful parts to the South-West of Western Australia, and plenty of down south accommodation, it’s sometimes hard to know where to spend your holidays. These guides provide an overview to each location with a map detailing each Private Properties holiday homes in South West WA in each destination.

Eagle Bay

Eagle Bay’s long stretch of white sandy beach and stunning azure waters have a Mediterranean feel but without the crowds and the paparazzi. and yet you're only minutes from Dunsborough's cafes and restaurants.

Margaret River

A visit to Margaret River is all about delighting the senses with new flavours, sensations and spontaneous experiences. Wine and gourmet food lovers will have an amazing time here and anyone with an appreciation for nature will know they have found a very special place.


Yallingup is a wonderful combination of the bush and the beach, perfect for a relaxed getaway. The beach is unforgettable for it's sunsets and swimming and the surfing is world-class. The hinterland of Yallingup provides a beautiful country retreat in native bushland with valley views.

Bunker Bay

One of the most beautiful beaches in the Margaret River region, the bay is protected from large ocean swells by the rocky outcrops of Cape Naturaliste. Ideal for swimming, surfing, fishing and lazing. This is holiday paradise.


At the northern end of the Margaret River Wine Region, Dunsborough is a thriving tourist town well known for its pretty coves, long stretch of sandy beach, scenic regional parks and proximity to some of the world’s best surfing beaches, caves and food producers.


A historic town at the start of the Margaret River wine region. Busselton is an ironman’s mecca, an aquatic playground by day and a lively city centre at night. It really does offer something for everyone and is a fantastic launchpad into the region!


There’s a real sense of community in Gracetown, a small, surfing town - a place people have come to stay every year with their families year on year. Coastal walks, protected beaches, surf breaks and a boat ramp - there's something for everyone.


Augusta is the quintessential coastal town with unexplored beaches, inlets and breathtaking scenery of the untouched seaside. A popular beach location where the winding Blackwood River emerges into Flinders Bay. Only 30 minutes to Margaret River and all its attractions, a great base to explore the wine region.

Denmark & Walpole

Have you been to where ancient forest, magnificent coastline and tranquil waterways converge? Where leaf-haired giants tower 40 metres above the ground; stone-cold elephants splash and play in green-coloured bays; and a quaint township transports visitors back in time? Welcome to Denmark and Walpole – a destination made for embracing the natural world.


On the south coast of WA, the city of Albany is a great base for adventure lovers and those seeking unique experiences. This area is great for bushwalking, snorkelling, diving, surfing, visiting one of four national parks & reserves, whale-watching and exploring the local attractions, including National ANZAC Centre and Great Southern wine region.

Mandurah & Dawesville

The vibrant city of Mandurah, and nearby Dawesville, are located within an easy drive south of Perth and have attracted many new residents in search of a sea-change lifestyle. Its relaxed vibe and fun waterside activities on offer make it a great holiday destination all year around.

Peppermint Grove Beach

Peppermint Grove Beach is a beach haven with a yet-to-be discovered feel. This is a true coastal getaway destination.

Swan Valley

The Swan Valley is a world of surprises just minutes away from the centre of Perth. Here you’ll find a rich fusion of award-winning wineries, fine food, fascinating history, amazing art and lively events set against stunning scenery.