Club Wyndham Dunsborough is a beachfront resort located in the heart of Western Australia’s South West. Overlooking Geographe Bay, this Dunsborough resort is the perfect base for WA stays, allowing guests to discover the best of the surrounding areas, including Busselton and the acclaimed Margaret River wine region. Take a romantic holiday down south in WA, just under three hours drive from Perth, where you will enter a world of luxury and indulgence at Club Wyndham Dunsborough.

The spacious, well-appointed Dunsborough accommodation in the Margaret River region caters for every kind of getaway, from couples to families. Choose from studio rooms or fully self-contained one and two-bedroom apartments, all with a balcony or patio. The extensive resort facilities include a fully equipped gym, floodlit tennis court, three meeting rooms and a wedding chapel. Experience sensational Margaret River dining at Toby’s Restaurant & Bar or indulge in relaxation at Flourish Day Spa. The entire family will love the resort’s direct beach access, swimming pool and spa pool.

Members staying at Club Wyndham Dunsborough can really make the most of its prime WA South West location. Surrounded by vineyards, beaches and fine dining, there is an abundance of activities and attractions to please everyone. Explore the ancient cave systems at the Lake, Mammoth, Jewel and Ngilgi caves and take in the incredible bush and coastal scenery at Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. Your stay in Dunsborough would not be complete without embarking on a wine tour of the Margaret River region.


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Key Features
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Fireside lounge bar
  • Flourish Day Spa
  • Gym
  • Outdoor pool


  • Restaurant and bar
  • Fireside lounge bar
  • Flourish Day Spa
  • Gym
  • Tennis court
  • Table tennis
  • Three function rooms
  • Tour desk
  • Volleyball net
  • Mini soccer
  • Wedding chapel
  • BBQ picnic areas
  • Outdoor pool
  • Children’s playground
  • Bicycle track
  • Bike hire
  • Onsite parking
  • Laundry facilities


Ramada Resort Dunsborough pool

Building exterior

Ramada Resort Dunsborough 2-bedroom-grand

2-Bedroom Grande

Ramada Resort Dunsborough day spa

Day Spa

Ramada Resort Dunsborough Tobys dinner

Toby's Restaurant & Bar

Dunsborough sunset

Geographe Bay

Before You Go


Whats On




Things To See and Do


Brookland Valley Estate

In the heart of Western Australia’s Margaret River region, travellers are rewarded with the discovery of one of the area’s most highly regarded wineries, Brookland Valley.

Margaret River is renowned for exceptional Chardonnay, aromatic blends and Cabernet Sauvignon. Hence, these are the focus for Brookland Valley’s signature styles. They pride themselves on showcasing the best that the region has to offer.


Margaret River Chocolate Company

Made about Chocolate! The Margaret River Chocolate Company has cafes at both of its factories in Perth’s Swan Valley and at Margaret River, where you can enjoy delicious breakfasts and light lunches as well as a selection of cakes, desserts, chocolate fondues, hot and cold drinks and the best hot chocolate in Western Australia.

Indulge in a mouth-watering range of chocolate bars, hand made truffles, novelty chocolates and much more.

The Chocolate Company has a range of chocolate products, with free entry and free tastings, as well as viewing windows to see the products being made.


The Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Only 13 kilometres from Dunsborough, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and cottages reveal the fascinating maritime history of the Cape region.

Visitors to the top balcony of the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse are rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, Cape Naturaliste, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the beautiful Geographe Bay coastline.


Margaret River Walk Trails

The walk and cycle trails in Margaret River township are rich in history, and include the Margaret River Heritage Trails, Rails to Trails and the Carters Road Walk Trails. Don’t forget the longer walk from Rotary Park to Ten Mile Brook Dam.


Mammoth Cave

This magical cave is a natural time capsule, home to ancient fossil remains of long-extinct giant animals known as Australian Megafauna.

The site of one of Australia’s most important paleontological digs in the early 1900’s, the cave still contains the fossil jawbone of one of these giant marsupial species embedded within the limestone wall – 50,000 years after the animal roamed the forests above.

See for yourself and listen to scientific accounts over an informative and ambient MP3 audio self-guided system – perfect for admiring nature’s fascinating underground beauty at your own pace.