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Eat & Drink

Natures Pantry: Where To Get Fresh Local Produce

The fresh local produce is key to many a south west chef’s award-winning success, and has been feeding Margaret River Region locals and lovers for centuries. Want an access-all-areas pass to one of the most well-stocked natural pantries in the world? Lily Yeang shares where…
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Conto Road Boranup WA Credit Zac White

10 Reasons the Margaret River Region is Your Ultimate Mid-Year Getaway

The Margaret River Region has a certain otherworldly allure. Where else can you explore underground caves, walk among towering karri trees, hear the thumping echo of monstrous swells, and watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean all in one day? The Margaret River Region…
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Your Dog-Friendly Margaret River Region

Dogs. They’re our fur children, our companions for their lifetime. They’re our precious pets and where we go, they go. Happily, there are plenty of excellent dog-friendly accommodation options, breweries, wineries, beaches and other attractions in the Margaret River Region. It’s important to note that…
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Eat & Drink

Our Five Favourite Picks at Cabin Fever 2021

Thanks to Cabin Fever, winter in the Margaret River Region is full of perfect excuses to eat and drink way too much! We’ve picked out five events that are worth dropping everything for. Thinking about a winter getaway? We’ve got the Margaret River Region foodie…
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Beedelup Falls, part of the Beedelup National Park Credit Tourism WA
Nature & Environment

4 Waterfalls in the Margaret River Region

This winter, wrap up warm and venture into the great outdoors. You'll be rewarded with an awe-inspiring roar from these natural wonders that can be just as relaxing and therapeutic as the toasty fire waiting for you at the end of the day. "Don't go chasing…
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Aboriginal ExperiencesNature & Environment

The Six Seasons of Wadandi Boodja

The people of Wadandi Boodja (Saltwater People's Country) are the traditional owners of the South West of Western Australia and follow an ancestral six season calendar which guides them to live in harmony with the land and environment. "This six season calendar is extremely important…
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Cabin Fever Weekender
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Your Calendar – The Best Winter Events in the Margaret River Region

Rather than fighting the cold, the Margaret River Region celebrates it. Some might say it's when the region shows off its true colours. Whether you love music, cinema, getting physical, wine, food or all of the above, there's something for everyone this winter. Indulge in…
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Abalone dish and margaret river wine
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How To: Cook and Eat Augusta’s Abalone

An internationally sought-after seafood delicacy, Augusta's abalone are adorned with a shell, but are not actually shellfish, instead reef-dwelling marine snails.  Fifteen different species of abalone call Western Australia their home, but the three large enough to be fished are the Roe’s abalone, Greenlip abalone and Brownlip abalone.  Known for…
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Whale Watching Credit Tim Campbell Photo
Nature & Environment

The Whale Superhighway

The Whale Superhighway - often referred to as the Humpback Highway, is the 3000km stretch of coastline from northern Western Australia, to their feeding grounds in Antarctica. Today, Western Australia has the largest population of migratory Humpbacks in the world, seeing 35,000 of the mammals…
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How To: Experience the Margaret River Region’s Surf Scene

Surfing: it’s not just a sport - it’s a lifestyle.  Many of those who make their way to this coastline are constantly chasing the inevitable high that comes from being immersed in the ocean while feeling ‘the glide’. The Margaret River Region is home to…
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