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Head to the quaint coastal town of Prevelly and enjoy some of the South West's most beautiful beaches. Catch some world-class surf breaks. Walk the breathtaking Cape-to-Cape coastal track. Or sample the divine fruits and flavours of the famous Margaret River Wine Region. A 10 minute drive west of Margaret River, or slightly over 3 hours drive south of Perth, Prevelly is a great base for surfers, nature lovers, outdoor adventurers, food lovers and wine aficionados alike. It's an area that boasts some of the most consistent and spectacular surf breaks on the planet. Neighbouring Gnarabup Beach hosts the Margaret River Pro surf competition every March, where you can watch the world's best surfers pit their skills against the pounding waves of the Indian Ocean. On Prevelly's beaches, you can launch your boat, take your dog for a walk, or take your pick from the many safe swimming spots. From Prevelly, the many delights of the Margaret River Wine Region are just minutes away. Book a tour or drive yourself around the region's award winning vineyards, wineries and restaurants. Head to Margaret River township for some café culture and retail therapy. Venture into ancient caves and tall timber forests. Or hire a canoe or kayak and explore the river. The Cape-to-Cape Track presents another unique outdoor challenge and some of the most diverse trekking in Australia. Hit the 135 kilometre trail through karri forests and along sandy beaches, encountering caves, wildflowers and rugged headlands. Or, if you're looking for an easier option, take a leisurely stroll along Prevelly's beachside path. Whatever your idea of adventure, you'll find a number of restaurants and cafes in Prevelly where you can refuel with a sumptuous dinner, complete with Indian Ocean sunset. There's also a range of accommodation to choose from in the town, including self-contained apartments and beach houses, villas, camping grounds and caravan parks.