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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
11/07/2019

Adventures High and Low

Fly through a forest, crawl an ancient crystal riverbed. Two unique adventures await in Your Margaret River Region, both perfectly suited to wintry days. Zip line through the world’s last remaining tuart forest or take an adventure tour through Ngilgi Cave and see the crystals…
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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
04/07/2019

Best Playgrounds of the Margaret River Region

Holidaying with kids means looking out for fabulous new playgrounds, and there are some beauties to explore in the Margaret River region. We’ve rounded up our favourites from Busselton to Yallingup, Cowaramup to Augusta and everywhere in between. And a bonus – some terrific family-friendly…
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Active & Adventure
16/05/2019

Anticipation Swells for the Margaret River Pro

Margaret River is known as one of the most consistent big wave surfing destinations in the world and is the only place there are world class waves, award-winning wineries, ancient caves, and tall timber forests all in close proximity. This year, the 34th Margaret River…
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Active & Adventure
16/04/2019

School Holiday Inspiration: Discover the Region’s Underground Caves

Hidden beneath the blazing tarmac of Caves Road, below the karri and marri forests, and under the undulating Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, lies a winding labyrinth of underground tunnels and echoing caverns. It's a magical world for children to visit over the school holidays, and a treasure…
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Aboriginal ExperiencesActive & Adventure
04/04/2019

How To: Enjoying Salmon Season With Cultural Custodian Josh Whiteland

April marks the pinnacle month of fishing in Margaret River.  This is a time when local waters are at their warmest, herring are at their fattest, and the celebrated Australian salmon are making their annual run up the coast. The salmon migrate with the warm…
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Active & Adventure
04/04/2019

6 Aquatic Adventures to Have in the Margaret River Region in April

The Margaret River region is an aquatic playground.  Surfing, fishing, diving, boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, swimming, jetboating – the list goes on. The options are so endless that just deciding what to do on the water can be an activity in itself. That said, it’s an…
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Eat & DrinkActive & Adventure
08/03/2019

Wine Trails On Two Wheels

Love wine but also like to earn those delicious drops of Cabernet? Don’t want to get stuck inside a car all day when the sun is out, and you are surrounded by rolling vineyards and native bushland? Not to mention the thought of being trapped…
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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
26/02/2019

Is This the World’s Rarest Job?

In light of Paul Sofilas' 20 year career at the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Sophie Mathewson shone the spotlight on his role as caretaker and interp officer. Without a doubt, Paul has landed one of the rarest jobs in the world - and possibly with the…
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Active & Adventure
06/02/2019

6 Top Family-Friendly Fishing Spots

One of the things that the Margaret River region is famous for is its coastline – and for good reason.  It’s vast, varied, and ruggedly beautiful.  What better way to enjoy it than dangling a line into the ocean, the smell of salt fresh in…
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