Margaret River Gourmet Photo Course @ Ginger Cafe

The Gourmet Photography course in Margaret River is a structured series of 10 workshops covering food and wine, landscapes, portraiture, action, nature, lifestyle, architecture, camera gear and camera handling in the world famous Margaret River region renowned for its natural beauty and spoilt for ... [Read more...]

Aravina Estate Semillon and Seafood

Aravina Semillon and Seafood, Margaret River, weekend is here.  This weekend will take you on an amazing ride, tasting some of the finest  Australia's Semillon and Semillon blends with the opportunity to combine these with the freshest Western Australian seafood.  Add to this already delicious ... [Read more...]

Voyager Estate presents Cape Malay Lunch

Voyager Estate presents Cape Malay food during special lunch events on 19th and 20th March, offering a unique opportunity for you to try out something unique and different during the annual Margaret River Wine Region Festival. Cape Malay food is ideal for anybody who wants to experience an ... [Read more...]

Augusta River Festival 2011

The Augusta River Festival on 6th March is one of South West Australia’s favourite family events to attend in 2011. The Augusta River Festival is an annual festival held every year since 1996. The Augusta River Festival is a great way for families and the community to connect, through a series of ... [Read more...]

Soiree at Xanadu for No Coal!tion

Great food, wine, and music – along with an auction of fine art, wines and hospitality packages - are all part of an exciting event at  Xanadu winery from 4.30 pm to 8 pm. The purpose:  to raise funds for the NO COAL!tion, a not-for-profit organisation whose objective is to protect Australia’s ... [Read more...]

Margaret River Shorts at Colonial Brewery Feb 26-27th 2011

The Margaret River Shorts at Colonial Brewery this year is set to be a fantastic display of homegrown film talent from Australia’s South West. Don’t have time (or patience) for those three hour long, super artsy, brain crunching feature length films? Then watching the short films of Margaret River ... [Read more...]