The 2021 Cabin Fever festival has been delivering on its promise of 10 days of “wintry goodness” in the world-renowned tourist destination from July 16-25.
The South West’s reputation for having some of the world’s best wine has once again been bolstered as Fermoy Estate racks up another prize for its famous chardonnay.
Margaret River Police are cracking down on teen misbehaviour after a spate of drug use, stealing and damage across the school holidays.
Some of Australia’s culinary best will headline this year’s Gourmet Escape for its resurrection after last year’s COVID-19 cancellation.
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Two South West sporting heroes are set to put aside an interrupted and uncertain preparation, and the chaos surrounding Japan’s COVID-19 situation, for a chance at Olympic glory next week.
Nature Conservation Margaret River Region has put the call out for South West locals to speak up and say no to native forest logging.
A Tasmanian man who drove around Western Australia after he was refused entry into the State in a ‘blatant’ and ‘selfish’ breach of the WA’s COVID-19 laws has been sentenced.
Several players of African descent were subjected to vile racial verbal abuse by a small group of spectators during a regional Australian Rules match.
Cow onesie-wearing attendees poured into Cowaramup’s Deja Moo Fair last weekend, enjoying quirky cow competitions, gumboot-tossing and a celebration of local produce
Cabin Fever has fired up for 10 days of winter festivities following its resurrection after last year’s cancellation because of COVID-19.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Ben O'Shea
From surfing waves to surfing the web: Yallingup surf legends Eliza and Mikaela Greene have launched a brand new app.
East Perth draft hopeful Kade Dittmar models his game on Elliot Yeo. And it shows.
Despite an outstanding display of goalkeeping by CMI Busselton City’s Conor Poleykett, the local side suffered a 3-0 defeat by Football Margaret River on Sunday.
The grieving dad of four children killed in the 2018 Margaret River murder-suicide will appear before a powerful parliamentary committee next month as it considers an inquiry into the shootings.
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Three residents from the South West of WA will face some tough challenges ahead as they take on the latest season of Survivor Australia.
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Calling all dare devils: WA’s premier downhill mountain biking competition is coming to Margaret River.
Danielle Caruana – more commonly known as Mama Kin – will take to the Margaret River Heart stage on Friday July 23.
Kudardup residents have expressed grief and disappointment at the council’s approval of a major gravel pit.
Local artisan baker Margaret River Cracker Company raked in the champion trophy for Best Baked Product at the competition alongside a swag of other gold medals for their wine cracker entries.
The WA Country Health Service have denied staffing issues at Margaret River hospital, as contract negotiations with health staff enter their second week.
Augusta and Margaret River are in the middle of a “building boom” with $150 million worth of projects approved over the past year.
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