Admiral Stirling Inn  
Ned Higgins Lane, Margaret River   
Western Australia   
+61.8.9757 2296 (GMT+8)   



Welcome to Admiral Stirling Inn

Availability & Secure Bookings

Self-Contained Accommodations

Private Facilities

Engine Room &
Under the Mainsail

Admiral Stirling Links


Admiral Stirling Inn
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Self-Contained Accommodations
with Free Wi-Fi
Accommodations with Private Facilities

with Free Wi-Fi


For accommodation as wonderfully memorable as the rest of your Margaret River

Located in leafy surrounds on a lane in Margaret River town, Admiral Stirling Inn is within walking distance of all
town's attractions and riverside walk trails, and at the helm of a region renowned for its sumptuous food and wine,
and magnificent natural beauty.

Admiral Stirling Inn has options for fully self-contained accommodation quarters for two to eight people, or
accommodations with private facilities of differing configurations, for individuals to small families.  There are also
superb all-guest facilities of the Engine Room and Under the Mainsail.

Whether individual traveller, couple, twin-share, family or group, Admiral Stirling Inn offers convenience, style
and value for money.  Come, let us welcome you aboard!



Admiral S
tirling Inn is within ahoy of all the attractions
of the Margaret River township, including restaurants,
shops and river walk trails.  No skipper is needed
where your sea legs will carry you.

Admiral Stirling Inn is located near the River's entrance
to town.  On the town side of the bridge, turn into the
first street, Higgins Street, and then (first right) into
Ned Higgins Lane.  Our Admiral Stirling Inn sign, and
entrance, appear on the left just a few metres into the









Introduction to
Admiral Stirling

Befitting the spirit of the place,
Admiral Stirling Inn is named after a man with
a sense of adventure.

James Stirling, son to a Scottish naval family, first
arrived on the shores of Western Australia in 1826, as
Captain of the Success, at the behest of the Governor
of New South Wales.

After briefly returning to London, where he
successfully advocated a permanent settlement in
Western Australia, Stirling captained the Parmelia to
proclaim and administer the colony in 1829, and was
appointed in 1831 as Western Australia's (founding)

Stirling was promoted to full Admiral in 1862.
He died three years later in England.


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