Woody Nook is a comfortable three hour drive from the southern outskirts of Perth, the state capital of Western Australia. It is situated in the Margaret River wine-growing area, but is located about fifteen kilometers (10 miles) from the town centre (see maps below).
Take the Kwinana Freeway south and follow the directions to Mandurah, (just under an hour); bypass the town and head for Bunbury (just over an hour) around the bypass and on to Busselton (half an hour). Unless you wish to explore the town which boasts the longest jetty in the southern hemisphere and a jail museum, take the bypass around Busselton also and you will find yourself at a junction with the Bussell Highway, where a left turn will put you in the direction of Margaret River.
After travelling along this road for 17 kilometers, watch out for a tiny brown wooden church with a red roof ahead on the right which will mark Metricup Road where you will need to turn (Woody Nook is the top name on the board at this junction) and travel along this for just 5 kilometers, until you reach our entrance on the right.
Once you have visited us, there are several wonderful wineries further along Metricup Road which then runs into Caves Road where there are many more whether you turn right and head back towards Dunsborough or left and continue down towards Margaret River. No distances are great and the network of roads that criss-cross the area mean that if you miss a vineyard, you can easily backtrack probably without having to drive the same route twice.