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Lizzy Pepper

Nature & Environment
18/09/2018

Get Twitching Bird Watchers!

Birdwatching is a therapeutic way to connect with nature and the Margaret River region is a great place to grab a pair of binoculars and begin birding. “When you take a walk amongst the tall trees and listen to the birdsong, it puts life in…
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Wine & Wineries
29/08/2018

Winery Dogs

Wine dogs. They’re the unsung heroes of the wine industry. Their humans get the glory for the scrumptious chardonnay or shiraz, but it’s the wine dogs who quietly keep things running smoothly. There’s dozens if not hundreds of these handsome, hard working hounds in the…
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Eat & Drink
28/08/2018

Picking a Brewery this Father’s Day

It’s Father's Day this Sunday September 2nd. Treating Dad to a meal out has never been easier in the region, with a plethora of places that cater for blokes as well as kids. Lizzy Pepper explored the region's top breweries to help you narrow down…
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Ngilgi Cave Rainy Day Kids
Active & Adventure
19/06/2018

Rainy Day Fun for Kids

It’s bucketing down, and the kids are on a sugar high thanks to those amazing Margaret River Bakery cruffins. You don’t want to brave the weather, but you still want to enjoy your time in the Margaret River region. Tried and tested by Lizzy Pepper,…
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Active & Adventure
19/06/2018

Discover the Wilyabrup Cliffs

You never forget your first glimpse of the Wilyabrup Cliffs. Standing 40 metres proud, they glow red against the whitewash of the surging ocean. The amazing thing is few people know they exist. The cliffs are naturally stunning, and it’s easy to see why Natalie…
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Eat & Drink
01/05/2018

Where to Find Great Coffee in the Margaret River Region

As the cooler months approach and the temperatures slowly decrease, our collective love of a good cup of coffee increases exponentially. But where to go in the Margaret River region for a decent coffee and a warm and welcoming atmosphere to boot? Well, there's no…
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Nature & Environment
03/04/2018

Fishing With a Wadandi Cultural Custodian

Josh Whiteland is in his element when fishing barefoot on white sand in Wadandi country. So, after ten years of running the successful Koomal Dreaming and Cape Cultural Tours at Ngilgi Cave and Cape Naturaliste respectively, he's added a beach fishing experience to his portfolio. …
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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
16/01/2018

Photography Cheat Sheet

Whether you’re exploring our caves or hiking the Cape to Cape, it’s a joy to capture some great memories in photographs. Four locals share their tips on capturing Margaret River’s most picturesque scenes. Dr Erika Jacobson, EDGEWALKERS Erika runs guided Cape to Cape walks and…
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Eat & Drink
12/12/2017

Pack the perfect picnic

Summer is coming, and that means sunset picnics at Yallingup, camping trips with friends, and lazy dinners on the deck. When the weather warms up, we often find ourselves swimming, snorkelling or stand up paddle boarding in those twilight hours, that in winter would have…
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Active & Adventure
05/12/2017

Cheap & cheerful school holiday inspiration

Fun doesn’t have to cost the earth, in any sense of the phrase. Lizzy Pepper finds a wealth of ecofriendly adventures in the Margaret River region that won't hit you hard in the hip pocket. Welcome to the south west – where there’s fresh air,…
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