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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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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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Busselton Jetty Train
Guides
31/03/2021

Family Fun: 10 Things to do for Under $100

School holidays are just around the corner, it's time to start planning some family-fun in the Margaret River Region. Here are ten awesome activities the whole family can enjoy for under $100. 1. Busselton Jetty The Busselton Foreshore has received a face lift over the…
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cape to cape explorer tours
Active & AdventureGuidesNature & Environment
04/03/2021

Insider Tips: Hiking the Cape to Cape Track

The Cape to Cape Track is hands-down one of the best multi-day hikes in the world. “It’s got everything from towering forests to some of the best beaches you’ll find anywhere,” says Cape to Cape Explorer Tours director Gene Hardy. “Amazing wildflowers and orchids, epic coastal views…
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farmstays burnside organic farm
Guides
09/02/2021

Lo-Fi Living: A Sustainable Travel Guide

Living sustainably is at the core of life in the Margaret River Region.  The simplicity of life here is one of the region’s great drawcards, and can be experienced in so many different ways, from where you stay, to where you eat and what you…
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Wander Voucher Book in the Margaret River
Guides
17/09/2020

Your Ultimate Spring Bucket List

There’s never been a better time to tick something off your Margaret River Region bucket list. See a side of WA you've never seen and support tourism operators who are doing it tough with a Wander Voucher. We've compiled our top 30 ways to experience…
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