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Eagle Bay is the luxury escape of choice for Western Australia's rich and famous. Here, in scenic seclusion, you can indulge in world-class wining, dining, surfing and diving, not to mention sensational bushwalking. A little over three hours' drive south of Perth, Eagle Bay sits on the tip of Cape Naturaliste in Geographe Bay, with the delights of Dunsborough, Yallingup and Busselton on its doorstep. Entering a world of opulent beachfront holiday homes belonging to Western Australia's most affluent, you're just a short hop from the world-famous Margaret River Wine Region - the only wine region in Australia where you can enjoy stunning beaches, tall-timber forests, ancient caves, premium wines and world-class surfing within a single day. Make the rolling vineyards your first stop. There are more than 100 top-notch wineries, fine dining restaurants and a boutique brewery, giving you a tantalising taste of the region's freshest flavours. World-class diving adventures also await in Eagle Bay, where the HMAS Swan dive wreck and artificial reef brings you face to fin with an abundance of amazing marine life. The clear, sheltered shallows of the bay are also ideal for a spot of snorkelling or a relaxing swim. If it's surf you seek, head to one of the internationally renowned big-wave beaches and breaks in nearby Yallingup and put your surfing and body boarding skills to the ultimate test. Beyond the beaches, a network of walking trails afford awesome views of Geographe Bay, and from nearby Cape Naturalist, you can follow the trail of one of the most diverse treks on Earth, the Cape to Cape. Walking or cycling the 135 kilometre track will lead you to beautiful beaches and headlands, tall karri tree forests, ancient caves and carpets of spring wildflowers. Take a few vertical steps to climb Cape Naturalist Lighthouse and take in 360 degree views of Geographe Bay - watch whales cruise by on their annual migration and learn about the region's rich maritime history. If you're staying for a decadent holiday, hire an exclusive beachfront house or, for country comfort, unwind in bed and breakfast or chalet accommodation.
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