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Downtown Dunsborough Boutique Shops
Arts & WellbeingEat & Drink
07/12/2020

Explore Downtown Dunsborough

Darling Dunsborough, the jewel on Geographe Bay, scored some superb new eating options this year. A couple of excellent coffee shops, a sleek new watering hole and burger joint, plus the prettiest doughnuts you ever did see. Go back to your beloved holiday haunts and…
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Gift Guide Margaret River Region
Arts & Wellbeing
01/12/2020

The Ultimate Margaret River Region Gift Guide

Christmas shopping doesn’t have to be an ordeal. In fact you can actually take a fun, relaxing break in the Margaret River Region to clear your mind and your list at the same time. From homeware collections, local artisan keepsakes, restaurant gift vouchers and unique…
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Movies at Cape Mentelle
Arts & Wellbeing
30/11/2020

Movies Under the Stars: Your Outdoor Cinema Roundup

It’s one of the quintessential parts of an Australian summer: the outdoor cinema. While urbanites have stamped their own twist on the tradition with the rooftop cinema in recent years, there is something magical about hearing the wind in the trees and the squawk of…
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Busselton Jetty Swim
Arts & WellbeingEat & DrinkActive & Adventure
13/10/2020

Busselton’s Best Kept Secrets

You can easily spend a sublime weekend walking the famous Busselton Jetty, jumping aboard a whale watching cruise and watching the world go by at one of the excellent beachside restaurants. But we dare you to try something new; discover Busselton’s best kept secrets and…
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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.” There isn’t a distinction for Wadandi Cultural Custodian Josh Whiteland between Indigenous and non-indigenous landscape. Country is the place where we…
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Adam Ashdown, Salty Bones Gyotaku Fish Prints
Arts & Wellbeing
07/09/2020

Your Trophy Catch Captured in Time: Salty Bones Gyotaku

A carpenter woke up four years ago and decided he was going to catch a fish and print it. The story didn’t end there. Adam Ashdown went on to become a successful artist - his prints representing the Australian male’s deep and robust affinity with…
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Margaret River Printmaking
Arts & Wellbeing
02/09/2020

10 Amazing Artistic Adventures

There is a reason that spring inspires creativity: the days get longer, the light gets brighter and with nature bursting into bloom, it’s almost hard not to reach for the paintbrush. With the start of the warmer months on our doorstep, it’s also the perfect…
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Arts & WellbeingEat & Drink
28/08/2020

The Indelible Buzz of Margaret River’s Main Street

Visitors to Margaret River are often surprised upon arriving in destination. There is so much that is written about the town’s world class surfing beaches and limestone capes that it can be a bit gob-smacking to find that the bustling town centre sits roughly 8km…
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Chloe Wilder Margaret River Open Studios
Arts & Wellbeing
20/08/2020

Margaret River Artists Make Final Flourishes Before Annual Open Studios Event Next Month

More than 100 artists from Busselton to Witchliffe are making final preparations to open their private studios to the West Australian public for next month's Margaret River Region Open Studios. The 7th annual Open Studios event was originally scheduled for April/May but was postponed to…
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Arts & Wellbeing
06/08/2020

Through The Lens: Wander Out Yonder

Take the back road, get lost in the unconventional, and wander out yonder. A group of Western Australian photographers recently spent a winter's holiday 'down south' and took the time to engage in the region with dedicated curiosity. The result is a collection of images…
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