The Gracetown to Cowaramup: Harvest and Vines Trail
Connect to the generosity of the earth, and those who are dedicated to her.
Located just three hours south of Perth, the humble area between Gracetown and Cowaramup, known as Wilyabrup, is where locals and visitors go to live like kings. Almost like a golden triangle of winemaking, our little piece of paradise can be found nestled between vineyards and towering gumtrees. The land is bountiful and giving. It’s the region’s powerhouse of vineyards, farming and artisan production.
The Wilyabrup landscape is one of rolling fields, hay bales and lush vineyards bordered by virgin native bushland. It was once the land of milk (literally), now there is honey and wine.
Those who visit have no choice but to witness the seasons first-hand and are compelled to meet the makers, see the production and sample the fruits of land.
Of course, days end at the coast, and in this case, it’s Gracetown’s Cowaramup Bay, where the sunset is best enjoyed with a cool glass of chardonnay in hand.
The Gracetown to Cowaramup drive trail is a must visit for oenophiles, culinary officandos and epicurean appreciators who want to live the best experiences The Margaret River Region has to offer.