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Strings Attached Guitar Festival Hero Shot Credit Lauren Trickett
Guides
09/10/2021

How To: Experience the Margaret River Region’s Live Music Scene

The Margaret River Region has long been a hub of live music and the event schedule is at full swing in the summer months, when longer days and balmy weather mean that heaps of venues host outdoor music.  That’s not to say that things go…
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Private Wine Tasting Too Many Vinos. Photo Credit Dylan Alcock
Guides
08/10/2021

Staying In Down South: Let the Luxury Come to You in the Margaret River Region

The treasures of the Margaret River Region are many. You might have driven the dappled light beauty of Caves Road, hopped rusty rocks at Injidup or spotted a whale in Flinders Bay. But, if you’re in the south west celebrating an occasion with good company,…
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Wander Voucher Book in the Margaret River
Guides
02/10/2021

Your Ultimate Spring Bucket List

There’s never been a better time to tick something off your Margaret River Region bucket list, so we have compiled our top 30 ways to experience the best of this beautiful region. Grab your explorer hat, and go and take the adventure that awaits. Spring…
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Arts & WellbeingGuides
30/07/2021

Guide To: Galleries of the Margaret River Region

With so much natural beauty it’s no wonder artists from around the globe have chosen to call the Margaret River Region home, and you can find their work represented year-round in local galleries.  Here’s a guide to some of the stand-outs, plus lesser-known galleries from north to south.   Thoughtfully designed, beautifully made, contemporary…
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Blackwood River Houseboats Augusta
Guides
30/07/2021

Reigniting Nostalgia: A Day in Augusta

Not being on the way to anything is Augusta’s secret superpower. It means the people who adventure there know how special it is. And of course, there’s less bustle. The relaxed seaside town is three hours and twenty minutes south of Perth.   If you’re…
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Conto Road Boranup WA Credit Zac White
Guides
06/07/2021

10 Reasons the Margaret River Region is Your Ultimate Mid-Year Getaway

The Margaret River Region has a certain otherworldly allure. Where else can you explore underground caves, walk among towering karri trees, hear the thumping echo of monstrous swells, and watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean all in one day? The Margaret River Region…
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GuidesNature & Environment
08/06/2021

All About the Annual Whale Migration

Each year thousands of humpback whales and rare blue whales make their annual migration along the Western Australian coast. Witness these incredible mammals as they swim through the pristine waters surrounding the Margaret River Region.  Photos supplied by Legends Charters and Geographe Maritime Whale Watching…
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Gnarabup Gracetown Dog Exercise Beach
Guides
03/06/2021

Your Dog-Friendly Margaret River Region

Dogs. They’re our fur children, our companions for their lifetime. They’re our precious pets and where we go, they go. Happily, there are plenty of excellent dog-friendly accommodation options, breweries, wineries, beaches and other attractions in the Margaret River Region. It’s important to note that…
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Compartment 10 Margaret River Mountain Bike Trails
Active & AdventureGuidesNature & Environment
29/04/2021

Middle Earth & Other Mountain Biking Trails

One of the most challenging mountain biking trails to emerge in Margaret River in recent years is Middle Earth.  Located on Gale Road at Metricup, between Busselton and Cowaramup, it's also conveniently close to the Beer Farm. Middle Earth is a rolling, single 24km trail…
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Active & AdventureGuides
06/04/2021

How To: Experience the Margaret River Region’s Surf Scene

Surfing: it’s not just a sport - it’s a lifestyle.  Many of those who make their way to this coastline are constantly chasing the inevitable high that comes from being immersed in the ocean while feeling ‘the glide’. The Margaret River Region is home to…
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