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What's On?
01/10/2018

What’s Happening in October?

We are well and truly into beautiful spring in the Margaret River region and you know what that means: it's time for a quick getaway, and we've got just the ticket. From incredible food and wine events to outdoor adventure and art retreats, there's no…
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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…
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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…
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Eat & DrinkNature & Environment
12/09/2018

Fresh Produce Growers in the Margaret River Region

Spring has sprung and with it comes one of the most exciting times of year for both producers and consumers. Days grow longer, chickens start laying, tender spring lamb is succulent and juicy and the veggie garden is ripe for the picking. The produce is…
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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
11/09/2018

Busselton Jetty’s Remarkable History

It isn't just the second longest jetty in the world that the timber piles beneath the Busselton Jetty support; they're also the fundamental pillars of the community itself. Tom De Souza investigated the story behind the Busselton Jetty, and discovered that as well as surviving…
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What's On?
06/09/2018

What’s Happening in September?

Spring has finally arrived in the Margaret River region, giving life to a whole new season of fun to be had - not to mention a vast display of incredible wildflowers. From food and wine events to live music and exclusive experiences at some of…
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Wine & Wineries
29/08/2018

Winery Dogs

Wine dogs. They’re the unsung heroes of the wine industry. Their humans get the glory for the scrumptious chardonnay or shiraz, but it’s the wine dogs who quietly keep things running smoothly. There’s dozens if not hundreds of these handsome, hard working hounds in the…
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Eat & Drink
28/08/2018

Picking a Brewery this Father’s Day

It’s Father's Day this Sunday September 2nd. Treating Dad to a meal out has never been easier in the region, with a plethora of places that cater for blokes as well as kids. Lizzy Pepper explored the region's top breweries to help you narrow down…
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Wine & Wineries
15/08/2018

The Rise of Organic and Biodynamic Wine

Five years ago, organic and biodynamic winemaking might have seemed left field or faddish. But jump forward to 2018 and you see an increasing number of converts to sustainable agriculture in the Margaret River region. Fergal Gleeson spoke to three of the regions wineries in…
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Wine & Wineries
15/08/2018

Off the Beaten Track Wineries

At 50 years of age, the Margaret River wine region now has many wineries that are globally recognised such as Vasse Felix, Leeuwin Estate and Cullen Wines. But that’s only part of the region’s story. There are close to one hundred cellar doors in the…
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