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Sarina Kamini

Red Tailed Black Cockatoo Credit Sean Blocksidge
Nature & Environment
12/10/2021

How to ID The Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo

Time spent spotting the endangered and endemic forest red-tailed black cockatoo qualifies as a legitimate late note in the Margaret River Region. Rare to sight, tricky to photograph but beautiful to chance upon, it takes commitment, awareness and a little bit of luck to engineer your…
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aravina estate
Eat & DrinkWine & Wineries
01/07/2021

8 Family-Friendly Wineries in the Margaret River Region

Family friendly wineries aren’t defined by playgrounds, but by ethos; smiles, tolerance and open space count as much as slippery dips and sand pits. Trust that these venues will prove accessible and welcoming for families eager to experience, not just the region’s wines, but also…
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Gingingin Wise Wine
Eat & Drink
08/06/2021

A Gin Lovers Guide to the Margaret River Region

Of course the Margaret River Region is famed for producing incredible wine, but there are some occasions when only a cocktail will do. Whether you prefer a martini or a classic G&T, a self-guided tour of the region's gin distilleries offers an opportunity to get…
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Wild Swimming
Active & AdventureGuidesNature & Environment
06/04/2021

Wild Swimming

The reason behind that quest for seclusion is simple - wild swimmers aren’t about a cool down on a hot day. We want something more. Solitude. Connection. The challenge of cold, or the thrill of rugged. Wild swimmers are known for their love of swimming…
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Arts & WellbeingNature & Environment
05/10/2020

How To: Find Culture on Wadandi Boodja

“Country is like a native bush - if you shape and change it too much, it can never grow back in the same way.” Wadandi Cultural Custodian Josh Whiteland explains "Country is the place where we live and where we connect. Every day is an…
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Eat & DrinkNature & Environment
17/09/2020

Day Trip Inspiration

Insights make travel memorable. Being exposed, not just to new landscapes and interactions, but to new perspectives. The Margaret River Region is as dynamic as the many tour operators who work to tell their version of the regional story, and hopping on board for a…
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Local FavouritesSpotlight On
28/04/2020

Food Heroes | Dave Navarro

Margaret River region hospitality and tourism are both industries that are a little smoke and mirror: so much happens behind the scenes to ensure that sense of ease and effortless welcome for guests. We mean it, but it doesn’t happen without a lot of regional…
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Local FavouritesSpotlight On
25/04/2020

Food Heroes | Katrina Lombardo

Practices and ideas around sustainable agriculture and quality food production is fundamental to the self-identity of the Margaret River region. And Katrina Lombardo’s role as manager of the Margaret River Farmers' Market is one of a group of people integral to ensuring the health of…
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Local FavouritesSpotlight On
23/04/2020

Food Heroes | Dave Seegar

Margaret River region holidaymakers have no reason to get to know Dave Seegar. But the seasonal vineyard workers? Well, that's another story. For the past 25 years, Dave has been in charge of the Margaret River soup kitchen. It's a local institution, not in small…
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Local FavouritesSpotlight On
23/04/2020

How To | Local Recipes

Santana is the baker behind Margaret River Woodfired Bread. If you haven’t tried the delicious sourdough – make sure you grab a loaf hot off the press at 3pm any day at their bakery on Boodjidup Road in Margaret River. Santana Thorburn It’s a cold…
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