For those adventurers that find themselves journeying around Margaret River Wine Region and feel like spending a few days in Augusta, there are a small range of accommodation options. Travelocity's database presently is showing 3 hotels in and around the CBD district and surrounds of Augusta.
If you and your family are searching for a room that is only 2 miles (3 kilometers) from Augusta's urban core, Augusta's Georgiana Molloy Motel and Riverside Cottages Augusta will suit your needs.
The Margaret River Stone Cottages is positioned 16 miles (26 kilometers) from central Augusta. On the other hand, the Harmony Forest Accommodation and Vineyard can be found 16 miles (25 kilometers) away. The Boranup Forest Retreat and also the Augusta Sheoak Chalets are two other Travelocity-listed hotel options in Augusta.
Do you want to venture a little further afield? Southwest has many impressive attractions. Get ready to discover the sights of Southwest's rural landscapes, beaches, cliffs and rolling hills. On top of that, venture through many of its history museums and open-air exhibits. Daring visitors may also throw themselves into mountain biking and rock climbing in this part of Australia.
45 miles (76 kilometers) to the north of Augusta, you can find Busselton, which is home to Busselton Jetty and Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory. The Amalfi Resort and Comfort Inn Busselton River Resort are just some examples of the Travelocity-recommended long and short-stay alternatives in Busselton. Or, you could stay the night in Yelverton, 40 miles (63 kilometers) north of Augusta, where you'll find the Erravilla Country Estate and Willy Bay Resort. Should you choose to stay in Yelverton, make sure you venture to the Wonky Windmill Farm and Yelverton National Park.
For modern travelers planning on arriving through Brusselton Airport, you might like to book Travelocity-listed accommodation at Busselton Guest House, or Inn the Tuarts Guest Lodge Busselton, which are both nearby.