Best Burgers in Margaret River

Spoilt for choice, there’s loads of great burgers to get your hands around in the region. Here’s my list of the best – the top five – burgers in the Margaret River region.

Starting from the north of the region, you can work your way, one burger at a time.

Burger Bones

Graduating from food truck to bricks and mortar, Burger Bones in Busselton has a cult following, making all their patties from quality local meat and sauces from scratch.

Burger Bones. Source: Facebook

Burger Bones, 55 Queen St, Busselton


Small hole-in-the-wall takeaway Burgertron in Dunsborough has “that burger sauce” that is worthy of the queues. Locals love this place.

Burgertron stacked cheeseburger

Burgertron stacked cheeseburger. Source: Facebook

Burgertron, Shop 10, 42-48 Dunn Road, Dunsborough


The Farmhouse Beef Burger at the Brewhouse in Margaret River with cheese, bacon, salad, mustard and pickles is so good that you won’t even care that its dripping down your chin. The food, beers and relaxed Margies vibe make this place a local favourite – mine too.

Brewhouse Burger

Farmhouse Beef Burger from Brewhouse. Photo: Dianne Bortoletto

Brewhouse, 35 Bussell Highway, Margaret River

Burger Baby

Burger Baby in Margaret River caters for all tastes with classic and cheese burgers, the everything burger (highly recommended), fish burger, lentil burger or let the chefs create a ‘burger of dreams’.

The Everything Burger from Burger Baby

The Everything Burger from Burger Baby. Photo: Dianne Bortoletto

Burger Baby, Shop 1, 115 Bussell Highway, Margaret River

The Common

The Common in Gnarabup does a juicy Common Pounder which is probably my all time favourite burger, and they have different burger specials along with burger night on Wednesdays, and at $20 burger and a pint, you can’t go wrong. Great chips too and an ocean view from the deck. The Common American Burger

The Common American Burger. Source: FacebookThe Common, 1 Resort Place, Margaret River (Gnarabup)


What’s your favourite burger place in Margaret River? Hit me up 🙂

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