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Active & Adventure
30/03/2020

Shape Shifter: Surfing Legend Tom Hoye

Tom Hoye moved to Yallingup from Santa Cruz over 40 years ago. The surfing legend tells his story to Tom de Souza. You can’t see Tom Hoye’s surfboard shaping warehouse from the street. Not unless you really look. The brick shopfront is tucked behind a…
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Nature & Environment
27/03/2020

Ancient Land

A fascinating history lies beneath the limestone cliffs and granite outcrops of the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge. Once an island, the region has been through ice ages, shifting sands and a break away from India. Lizzy Pepper talks to three of the region’s guides about this…
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Eat & DrinkSpotlight On
27/03/2020

Back to Basics: One Table Farm

When you book a workshop at a cooking school you would expect to learn how to make something delicious – but One Table Farm aims for the experience to also be an educational one. Cree Monaghan and Tim Hall bought their Cowaramup property back in…
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Snake + Herring
Guides
19/03/2020

The Ultimate Food Lover’s Giveaway with Snake + Herring and Yarri

This is the ultimate Margaret River region summer bucket list. Read on for your chance to win a three night stay in a luxurious beachfront holiday home.
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Guides
08/03/2020

Your Guide: 48 Hours in Cowaramup & Gracetown

There are two little spots just north of the townsite of Margaret River chock full of hidden gems. Next time you whizz down Bussell Highway, slow down and explore the magic of Cowaramup. There is much to be discovered both in the town itself and…
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Active & Adventure
05/03/2020

17 Alternative Tours in Your Margaret River Region

The Margaret River region’s undulating bushland, rugged coastline and incredible natural landscapes make for some pretty top-notch touring at the best of times. But sometimes driving around the region or visiting the same ol’ places can start to leave you wondering: how can I see…
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Wine & Wineries
27/02/2020

Through The Lens: Margaret River Vintage

Since the first commercial vines were planted here in the ‘60s, wine has become one of the Margaret River region’s central narratives. To experience vintage is to hold a stethoscope to the industry’s heartbeat: you feel it all. The racing pulse of early, early mornings…
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The Larder, Margaret River
What's On?
27/02/2020

Doing it Differently

As a creative, connected and flexible community, the Margaret River Region has always done things a little differently. The region’s businesses that have the ability to change their way of operating in order to comply with newly introduced government regulations and still provide services while…
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Local Favourites
17/02/2020

Local Favourites: Minako Fukui, Sidekick Cafe

Minako Fukui moved to Margaret River from Osaka 20 years ago and has never looked back. She was welcomed into the Settler’s fold early on, with the local tavern helping to develop Min’s bar skills and then barista duties at their offshoot café Sidekick. Min…
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Vanya Cullen Wines
Local Favourites
13/02/2020

Local Favourites: Vanya Cullen, Cullen Wines

Vanya Cullen is a woman of superlatives. Best….most….highest achieving… if there’s an award to win, she’ll have it covered. Vanya recently collected the Halliday ‘Winemaker of the Year’ Award and won the Australian Woman in Wine ‘Winemaker of the Year’ Award 2019. Sitting down with…
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