Tens of millions of years ago, long before humans walked the earth, something happened in this remote corner of the planet we now call the Margaret River Region. Super continent Pangaea divided to form Antarctica, India and Australia. In the process, a piece of the Australian landmass was ripped away and separated from the rest of the continent.
Silt filled the massively deep rift to prevent complete separation of the island, which became surrounded by ocean on three sides and flatlands on the fourth, eastern, side. This land was spared the ravages of ice during the ice ages and desertification during drier periods. It became a refuge for an exceptional abundance of plants and animals to survive, thrive and evolve.
Life here flourished.
Today we walk softly on Wadandi Boodja and practice living and travelling through the region in a sustainable way, to ensure the natural environment is preserved and protected.