The best wine list in Margaret River
Wine Sit, sip and enjoy. Offering a large range of wines by the glass, or bottle from an extensive wine list featuring over 600 wines. You may choose from local, Australian and international varieties, with continued endorsements by Gourmet Traveller WINE 3 glass seal and awarded Reader’s Choice, Best Australian Listing and Hall of Fame. Also judged one of the ‘Top 50 Places to Drink Wine in Australia’ as part of the 2019 Wineslinger awards, ‘Best Wine List WA’ and ‘Best Listing of WA Wines’ 2019.
Beer We LOVE beer. With 16 Taps pouring local and international beers and ciders, including our very own Margaret River Ale Company brews, you’ll never be stuck for choice. Try one of 60+ different bottled beers from all over the world, including France, USA, Belgium, Japan and of course Australia’s best.
Spirits We have one of the most extensive spirits list in the south west. Featuring 10+ Single Malt Whisky,
rum from Guatemala, France’s finest cognacs and brandy and the usual crowd favourites.
Cocktails Offering all the tasty cocktails you can imagine and more. We also offer seasonal cocktails, depending on the weather.
Music and Events
The Home of Live Music in Margaret River, Settlers has been a live music venue since 1977.
Now with Hall of Fame status for the Australian Hospitality Awards (WA) for ‘Best Entertainment Venue’
FREE ENTRY! Mandy B will fire up her decks on the Settlers Tavern main stage this Saturday night. All round legend & Sound Bound Festival favourite (since 2010), her funky style will fill the dance floor. Bring your crew, posse, besties or worsties and bust a move... Her love for DJing began when she was […]Find out more »
Is everybody ready to come and hear the Ten Cent Shooters? It has been a quiet time for us all, so let's get out and hear one of Settlers' favourite bands do it again. Great country blues from a hundred years ago. We'll all be very careful, mindful, and have a drink and Settlers' fabulous […]Find out more »
Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence:
- to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or
- for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.