With properties located in arguably the best destinations in Western Australia, Selador has plenty to offer.

In Fremantle, we have the James Street Warehouse which overlooks the Fremantle harbour. With 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and secure car parking alongside a stunning fit-out, underfloor heating, air-conditiong, courtyards, a decked balcony, BBQ facilities, this is the perfect place to stay whilst in Fremantle.

Margaret River Selador is located in the heart of the Margaret River wine region. Set on 12 acres on private forest, and adjacent to the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park, this award winning property is the ideal location for a relaxing getaway. Selador Margaret River is an architecturally designed private house with two king-sized bedrooms with ensuites located in separate wings of the house, spa, fully equipped gourmet kitchen, feature lighting, double-sided stone fireplace, expansive deck, courtyard, reading room, and kangaroos on the lawn. Sleep 4, plus an extra 2 on fold-out beds if required.


The vibrant city of Fremantle blends the old with the new, creating an enriching cultural experience. Maritime, convict and colonial history can be explored in one of the best preserved examples of a 19th century port streetscape on Earth, while buzzing markets, lively bars and casual street caf├ęs give you a taste of 21st century life with the locals.

As Perth’s neighbouring port town, Fremantle (or Freo as it’s affectionately known) is just a 30-minute drive or train ride from the city. Or, you can hop on the ferry from Barrack Street for a leisurely cruise down the Swan River.

If you’re hitting the heritage trail, be sure to include a visit to the Western Australian Maritime Museum, World Heritage listed Fremantle Prison and Western Australia’s oldest public building, the Roundhouse.

You can even take in some classic colonial architecture as you sip your coffee on the Cappuccino Strip or a cool beer at one of many heritage pubs. And if you venture into the Fremantle Markets, you’ll experience the exotic aromas, sights and sounds of an icon that’s been bustling for more than 100 years.

At its shores, the redeveloped Fishing Boat Harbour that has been in operation since the early 1900s is still the best place to sample fresh local seafood, only today you can wash it down with a locally-brewed ale or premium West Australian wine.

For shopaholics, the pickings are just as rich, from high street fashion to local designers, homewares to curios and a range of galleries, including Aboriginal art. And after sundown, you’ll see the street cafes, bars and clubs crank up the pace to create a buzzing night scene.

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Margaret River

Margaret River and its premium wine region is the place for indulging many passions. It’s the only wine region in Australia where you can hop from award-winning wineries and restaurants to stunning beaches, tall-timber forests, world-class surf breaks and ancient caves.

From Perth, it’s an easy 3-hour-and-20-minute drive via coast or country.

Blessed with mild weather and abundant sunshine, Margaret River has evolved from a chilled-out surfie town into a popular base for enjoying the region’s fine flavours and spectacular scenery, where rolling vineyards sit against a backdrop of ocean and forest.

Producing over 15 per cent of Australia’s premium wine, the tastings are top notch. And besides over 100 wineries, you’ll be spoilt for choice with many fine restaurants, boutique breweries, art galleries and fresh produce, from divine cheeses to chocolate.

Those with a taste for adventure will find plenty to indulge in too. Known internationally as one of the best big-wave surfing locations on Earth for consistently spectacular breaks, there are over 40 top spots along Margaret River’s coast, with conditions ranging from powerful reef breaks to fun beach surf.

Venture inland and you’ll be dwarfed by some of the world’s tallest hardwood trees, and awe-struck by the longest straw stalactite on show when you plunge into Jewel Cave – one of many ancient limestone caves open to the public.

More thrills can be found with rock climbing, abseiling, mountain biking, canoeing and whale watching tours. You might even be tempted to throw in a line and chase some snapper at one of the designated fishing spots.

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