Category

Nature & Environment

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…
Read More
Nature & Environment
13/03/2019

From Preveli to Prevelly

Walcliffe Road connects Margaret River town with its closest beach, Prevelly, renowned for its beauty, beach, pumping surf breaks and famous caravan park. Diane Bortoletto discovers more about this fascinating place. The scenery is truly breathtaking as you round the bend on Wallcliffe Road and…
Read More
Paul Sofilas
Active & AdventureNature & Environment
26/02/2019

Shining the Spotlight on Augusta’s Lighthouse Keeper

At a time when most of us are rushing into a new way of being - establishing new routines,  negotiating boundaries, and holding virtual conferencing with kids and dogs in the background (the mute button is a saving grace) -  there's one person who seems…
Read More
Nature & Environment
10/01/2019

Which Beach Are You?

The beaches of the Margaret River region are ubiquitous; or are they? From the renowned bay in Yallingup to the soft and unchartered sands of Deepdene, there's a lot to the Margaret River region coastline that you may be yet to discover. Whether you enjoy…
Read More
Nature & Environment
02/01/2019

7 Wonders of the Margaret River Region

Choosing just seven was a challenge - there's beauty at every turn. The Leeuwin Naturaliste ridge is a wonder in itself, and its combination of two-million-year-old limestone atop a base of hard, metamorphic rock of between 1500 and 600 million years forms the diversity of…
Read More
Jewel Cave Augusta
Active & AdventureNature & Environment
02/01/2019

Which Cave is Best For Me?

"Which cave shall we visit?" is a question often asked by visitors to the region. There are four caves open to the public in the Margaret River region and each is beautiful and unique. Some are easier than others if you have kids, some have…
Read More
Abalone
Eat & DrinkNature & Environment
24/10/2018

World-First Ocean Grown Abalone in Augusta

Get ready for abalone to make a splash on menus - local fisherman Brad Adams has created a world-first, innovative, sustainable way to harvest these tasty treasures of the sea, just off the southern coast. Norman Burns chats to him about the underwater world of…
Read More
Active & AdventureNature & Environment
25/09/2018

Augusta Adventures

The iconic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse in Augusta is not only a must-visit for tourists, it's also the dramatic staging point for two of Australia's most spectacular outdoor adventure sport events. Lighthouses are, it must be said, generally designed to keep people away from getting too…
Read More
Nature & Environment
18/09/2018

Get Twitching Bird Watchers!

Birdwatching is a therapeutic way to connect with nature and the Margaret River region is a great place to grab a pair of binoculars and begin birding. “When you take a walk amongst the tall trees and listen to the birdsong, it puts life in…
Read More
Stay Up To Date Subscribe