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Emma Pegrum

Active & Adventure
22/06/2018

A Postcard to Chris: Don’t Miss the Margaret River Region

You may have heard by now that the chiselled face of Australia, Chris Hemsworth, recently told Qantas’ inflight magazine that Western Australia’s iconic coastline is hot on his bucket list. The West Australian Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield wrote an open letter to the man better…
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whales in Geo Bay
Nature & Environment
06/06/2018

7 Whale-y Cool Spots to See Whales This Season

After having been hunted almost to extinction until the 1970’s, the whale population has recovered to such a level that an estimated 35,000 whales migrate from the Antarctic to the warmer waters of the Margaret River region every year. The region plays host to these amazing…
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What's On?
30/05/2018

What’s Happening This Winter?

Winter is no time to shy away from the Margaret River region. In fact, with music, arts, food and film festivals all happening in the region across the cooler months, it could be starting to rival summer as the best time to visit. From swaying…
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Wine & Wineries
02/05/2018

Get to Know Your Young Guns of Margaret River Winemaking

For a region that produces only 2% of the country’s total wine, to have seven Margaret River winemakers recognised for their innovative and creative winemaking methods in this year’s Young Gun of Wine Top 50 speaks volumes. The Young Gun of Wine awards are an…
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Eat & Drink
26/04/2018

Our 10 Favourite Picks at This Year’s Cabin Fever Festival

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 the ten events that are worth dropping everything for. Thinking about a winter getaway? We’ve got the Margaret River region…
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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
11/04/2018

How to Spend the April School Holidays in the Margaret River Region

Get your kids immersed in the incredible natural landscapes of the region, learning about Wadandi culture, witnessing world-class surf or digging for fossils at the caves! The school holidays are just around the corner, and with autumn’s cooler temperatures and light rain it can be…
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Arts & WellbeingEat & DrinkWine & WineriesNature & Environment
09/02/2018

How To Celebrate Love In Your Margaret River Region

With Valentine’s Day almost here, you’re either planning that romantic dinner for two or cringing in anticipation. But romance isn’t defined by Hallmark, and doesn’t have to be just chocolates and flowers. February in the Margaret River Region has romance woven into its very fabric:…
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