From the early 1900s the house at Ellensbrook provided accommodation to some of the first tourists to the Margaret River. Edith Bussell provided a peaceful farm-stay by the sea with hearty home cooked meals. The proximity of Ellensbrook to the local caves was key – the caves were proving to be a huge drawcard for early tourists. To learn more about the early history of Ellensbrook, read the Bussell Family story.

Today the Margaret River region offers a diverse range of accommodation options to suit all visitors.

Please see the Margaret River Visitor Centre for more specific information about accommodation and up to date listings of what’s on: