The Ultimate Healthy Guide to Margaret River – Part 1!

The Ultimate Healthy Guide to Margaret River – Part 1!


Escaping the hustle of city corporate life and looking for a healthy haven to recharge your batteries and soothe your soul? Here’s the ultimate healthy guide to Margaret River:

Boranup Karri Forest

Take a scenic drive down caves road to the Boranup Karri Forest, here you’ll find breathtaking views of towering Karri Trees. Turn in to Boranup Drive, there are several places to park, go for a walk through the forest and enjoy a picnic or enjoy an overnight camping adventure at the local campground.

Boranup Cafe

If a picnic in the forest isn’t your thing, you can visit the Boranup Café where you’ll find yourself surrounded by nature, alongside a range of healthy fresh juices, smoothies and lattés plus some tasty healthy food options.

Body Bliss Margaret River

Located in the heart of Margaret River and in the Boranup Forest, Body Bliss offers a range of wellness treatments that will leave you floating our the door on cloud 9. The rooms are gorgeous and as soon as you step into the studio you’re guaranteed to feel calm and relaxed. The therapists are so skilled and passionate about their craft you wont want to leave!

Floating Emporium

Soothe and soak your stresses away in a flotation pod at Floating Emporium. The floatation tanks are a unique relaxing and restorative experience. The wellness centre also offers a range of massages that complement your floatation experience for the ultimate blissful experience.

Sound Relaxation

The first time I experienced a sound relaxation class I knew I was onto something special. Harmonious sounds are created with singing bowls, gongs, chimes and more. It’s the best way to enjoy doing absolutely nothing and allow yourself to go on a deep meditation journey. Ohhmmm.

Cape to Cape Track

The Cape to Cape track has to be one of my all-time favourite places to explore when I need a long nature fix and to get back in touch with the things that set my soul on fire.
I love it so much that in 2016 I ran the entire track in 24 hours and raised much needed funds for youth at risk in our local area.

A couple of my favourite sections are; Moses Rock to Quinninup Falls. Getting to Moses Rock is simple by taking Moses Rock Road off Caves Road. From the car park head North along the Cape to Cape track for 2.5–3km then veer to your right (there is a track) this will take you to Quinninup Falls. The views along the way are stunning and the waterfall is spectacular.

Redgate Beach to Contos, this section is breathtaking. It is approximately 6km from Redgate car park to Contos making it a 12km return if you’re energetic and do an out and back. The trail is technical in sections but it’s so worth the trek or run. You can reward yourself with an invigorating ocean swim afterwards.


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