StoriesThe latest ideas for discovering Your Margaret River Region

Eat & DrinkActive & AdventureNature & Environment
18/12/2017

The best family-friendly things to do in Busselton

Busselton is one of Western Australia’s most prized holiday destinations. Families have been coming here for generations to enjoy the beautiful pristine beaches, first class accommodation, restaurants, activities and events. As 'Events Capital Western Australia', there is always something new and exciting happening in Busselton…
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Eat & DrinkActive & AdventureNature & Environment
18/12/2017

Your Pet-Friendly Margaret River Region

They’re our fur children, our companions for their lifetime. They’re our precious pets and where we go, they go. Thank goodness, the popular idea of travelling with pets is becoming an increasingly accepted norm here in Australia with more accommodation and attractions now catering for…
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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
13/11/2017

Where the wildflowers are

Leave the car behind and get knee-deep in nature this spring - it's the very best time to experience the region's glorious floral displays says Tori Wilson.With its lush forests, sweeping coastline and clusters of flowers scattered like hundreds and thousands on an ice-cream cone,…
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Nature & Environment
13/10/2017

What draws Actor Lincoln Lewis to Margs?

"I love the Margaret River region, in fact, I love Western Australia and if Hollywood were close by I’d live there, dead set." I try to get down south a few times a year. I love the wide open spaces, the pristine ocean, white sandy…
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Nature & Environment
06/10/2017

A relaxing farm-holiday for all

It’s just gone 5 o’clock and at Big 4 Taunton Farm that means two things:  animal feeding for the youngsters and social hour for the grown-ups. Families and groups are slowly arriving at the Barn, the delightful communal area which overlooks the farm’s lake and…
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Nature & Environment
03/10/2017

Eco-immersion in Margaret River

I’m being watched by a woylie.  She’s very calm and composed, and I’m very excited because I’ve never met a Woylie before.  These miniature, critically endangered marsupials – imagine she’s like a kangaroo but only 10 inches tall – are just one species of the…
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Active & AdventureNature & Environment
27/09/2017

School Holiday Inspiration

With periods of sunshine followed by patches of rain, activities for your Spring school holidays can be a little hard to plan, but there is still plenty you can do with the kids. We’ve put together a list of our favourite Spring time activities that…
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Nature & Environment
27/09/2017

Margaret River Hideaway & Farmstay

Nestled amongst eucalypt trees, just minutes from Margaret River town, lies a lovely farm with nine comfortable cottages and a menagerie of furry and feathered friends waiting to greet you. Margaret River has long been a favourite holiday destination for families. Whether you’re planning a…
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Wine & WineriesActive & AdventureNature & Environment
22/09/2017

Ultimate tailor-made tours

HANK Durlik looks at me sadly and apologises. We’re standing atop an ancient limestone escarpment, amid a kaleidoscope of wildflowers, gazing down on the electric turquoise waters of Conto Beach below. Whales breach out to sea, a pod of dolphins is highlighted against the talcum…
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