The Ultimate Healthy Guide to Margaret River – Part 2!

The Ultimate Healthy Guide to Margaret River – Part 2!


To stop at six ultimate healthy things to do in Margaret River is just too hard! There are so many things to do and explore in the area to keep you healthy, inspired and connected with nature. Here’s five more for you to explore.

Josh Palmateers Surf Academy

Josh Palmateer was the first surfer to start up a private surf school in Western Australia in 1994. Still going strong 23 years later he offers so much more than surf coaching. They offer a range of hire equipment, so you can explore Margaret River from a different perspective. In the summer I love hiring Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPS) or a Canoe and going for a paddle up the Margaret River from the River Mouth. It’s so quiet, still and serene, I always return feeling energized and revitalized.

White Elephant Beach Cafe

Who doesn’t love a café with a view? The White Elephant provides this and much more. Offering a range of simple yet creative meals for breakfast and lunch. A perfect post workout pick me up after a surf, SUP, or canoe session. If you’re feeling energetic a stroll along the limestone path from the café car park is a stunning way to soak up the sensational coastal views or take a swim at Gnarabup Beach.

Margaret River Trail Runners

Ok so I might be a little bias here, but this HAS GOT to be the ultimate way to explore Margaret River’s natural beauty on foot. Margaret River Trail Runners meet every Saturday morning for a 10km run along some of the best kept secret trails in Margaret River. Everyone is welcome, the runs are suited to runners that are experienced with 10km distances as some of the trails can be technical and challenging but always great fun. The club meets at 7am every Saturday with the run loop changing every 3 weeks. So be sure to follow them on Facebook to find out where to meet.

Park Run – Margaret River

Margaret River Park Run meets 8am every Saturday at Rotary Park. This is a free 5km run – it’s you against the clock. The run is the same every week and caters to all fitness levels. You need to register online, once only and bring your barcode with you for your first run. They meet for a discounted cuppa afterwards at The Hairy Marron.

Margaret River Farmers Market

Recently awarded the best in the country at the Delicious Produce awards the Margaret River Farmers Markets is a vibrant bustling market with up to 50 stalls selling a variety of delicious local produce.

You’ll find certified organic produce, raw foods, freshly made juices and smoothies and a range of delectable delights to tantalise your tastebuds. On Saturdays I just love heading out for a run then wandering the markets after – the perfect way to kick off your weekend.

Article lovingly provided by Rebecca Hannan, the expert in bringing wellness to the workplace.


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