Everything happening from Busselton to Margaret River this week
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.
A South West family is encouraging all Australians to cheer on the country’s Olympians as they compete in Tokyo without a crowd.
As a Nanna for Native Forests (NFNF) I am thrilled to see that the State Government is holding a survey and asking us, the public, if we want native forest logging to stop.
Walking is a great way to experience the natural landscapes of an area, and winter is the time to go.
Some of Australia’s culinary best will headline this year’s Gourmet Escape for its resurrection after last year’s COVID-19 cancellation.
Topping the masses of young filmmakers across the State, 12 South West teenagers will have their short films showcased at this year’s CinefestOZ.
Read up on this week’s top sport stories and more in the latest edition of the Busselton Dunsborough Times
Read up on this week’s top stories and more in the latest edition of the Busselton Dunsborough Times
The Capes community will again fight to save Smiths Beach as Liberals deputy leader Libby Mettam throws her weight behind the battle.
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.
After knocking off table-toppers Bunbury by 13 points in a grand final rematch on home turf, Busselton Magpies will be looking to continue building momentum towards the finals.
They might not be the top team of the South West Netball Football League but the Busselton Magpies have proved they are still finals contenders after dispatching Bunbury Bulldogs 52-44.
Nature Conservation Margaret River Region has put the call out for South West locals to speak up and say no to native forest logging.
The annual changeover dinner marked the end of a successful year for the local club as outgoing president Chris White handed over to avid volunteer John Mark.
Police are investigating a Busselton fatal crash which saw a 61-year-old man die after being hit by a Landcruiser.
Several players of African descent were subjected to vile racial verbal abuse by a small group of spectators during a regional Australian Rules match.
South West residents are encouraged to keep their eyes in the sand while strolling along the beach, with warnings stranded marine turtle hatchlings could wash ashore after the week of wild weather.
In a marathon grand final rematch at Sir Stewart Bovell Park Busselton Magpies knocked off the SWFL’s top side, defeating Bunbury Bulldogs 16.9 (105) to 14.8 (92).
As the grand opening draws closer, Origins Market is calling on like-minded artisans and produce vendors to join the indoor market hub.
Picking up rubbish may not be everyone’s idea of fun, but for students at Busselton Senior High School, a beach clean-up helped them put their classroom learning into practice.
Adding to the $150,000 it has already donated locally in the past 12 months, the Lions Club has given $15,000 to Busselton Hospice Care to ensure it can continue to provide its end-of-life services.
Busselton gelateria cream of the gelato crop
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