Category: Out Of Town

The Ultimate April School Holiday Guide to Perth!
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The Ultimate April School Holiday Guide to Perth!

As per the last twelve months, I feel like this first term of 2021 has been a blur. It has flown by and here we are, approaching Easter and the first term school holidays. If like me you love the holidays to create special memories with your kids, I have found my favourite ideas and...

Down South Festival & wine-lovers – your long weekend itinerary is here!
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Down South Festival & wine-lovers – your long weekend itinerary is here!

It’s no secret that WA falls into the wine-lover and foodie category! Over the Anzac Day long Weekend (22nd – 25th April), Southern Forest presents us with the perfect four-day celebration, of local premium Pinot and fresh produce. Pinot Picnic, a series of pop-up events across the Manjimup and Pemberton areas, are ideal for a...

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The Big Four: Bunners, Gero, Kalg and Albs

Things to do in WA’s big four towns: Bunbury, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie and Albany We are all holidaying at home at the moment and have you noticed most hot spots are packed to the rafters. Rumour has it that many small towns are already booked up for the April school holidays. However, there are four towns...

CELEBRATE THE BEST OF SOUTHERN FORESTS’ PRODUCE AND PINOT THIS FEBRUARY
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CELEBRATE THE BEST OF SOUTHERN FORESTS’ PRODUCE AND PINOT THIS FEBRUARY

The first ever Pinot Picnic will take place from 22 to 25 April 2021 (revised dates due to Covid-19 Lockdown), throughout the Southern Forests region of Manjimup and Pemberton. A series of pinot-inspired events will showcase premium local produce and varieties of renowned regional pinot, with deluxe hampers available for domestic, interstate and international destinations....

Public Art Takes Flight in Northam
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Public Art Takes Flight in Northam

FORM, in partnership with the Shire of Northam, CBH Group and MAURI, have engaged artist Amok Island to transform the façade of the old Northam Flour Mill, reinvigorating the iconic gateway to the State’s largest inland town as you enter via the Avon Bridge. Located in the picturesque Avon Valley, Northam is in the midst...

Paradise, at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
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Paradise, at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

On Friday 18th September 2020, I found Paradise. Have you ever been on a trip, discovered somewhere, turned up in a new place… and immediately felt like being there was exactly what your soul needed? Well that’s what went down for us on the 18th September. We found Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm. 2.5 hours drive...

Your WA Tour guide to BringING on Broome
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Your WA Tour guide to BringING on Broome

With discounted flights making the furthest corners of WA more accessible than ever to us Perth folk, now is the time to jump on it and plan your holiday to one of the most beautiful areas of our state – Broome. I’ve just returned from an amazing two week stay up there, so trust me...

Time for a Perth Day trip? Easy one hour drives
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Time for a Perth Day trip? Easy one hour drives

Spring has arrived with a bang and if you’ve got a day free, it might be time for a day trip. Pack a picnic and discover something new.  Heading an hour out of Perth does depend on where you live, so we’ve divided it into the four points of the compass. North Guilderton Guilderton is...

Bluff Knoll | Everything you need to know
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Bluff Knoll | Everything you need to know

2020 has taught us West Aussies how darn lucky we are. Given the current situation, there is no better time to explore our own backyard! I decided to start with Bluff Knoll. Bluff Knoll is the highest peak in Australia’s South West. It stands at 1,099m above sea level. Yes you end up ABOVE the...

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