Here is the South West region

Serving up a coastal culinary adventure, the world-class Margaret River Region is an unparalleled destination for gourmet experiences and unforgettable outdoor adventures.

Amid its sprawling vineyards, you’ll find welcoming cellar doors, award-winning restaurants, local providores and distilleries just waiting to be discovered. Beyond the delicious food and wine scene, the South West’s natural attractions invite adventurous travellers to explore.

Take to the ocean at the breathtaking surfing, swimming and snorkelling spots dotted along the coast, or spot humpback whales majestically making their way through the water on their annual migration.

On land, walk among the leafy giants of the area’s tall timber forests, connect with Aboriginal culture in Wadandi and Bibbulmun country, and experience barefoot luxury on a section of the iconic Cape to Cape Track.

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Nina's Jewellery proudly presents Crescendo - an exhibition of Argyle Pink Diamonds. Look, and please touch, the most beautiful hand-crafted diamond pieces at a new and free interactive exhibition at Nina’s Jewellery in Dunsborough this summer. Crescendo proudly presented by Nina’s Jewellery, is an exquisite exhibition of ten pieces ranging in value from AUD78,000 to AUD285,000 that feature exceedingly rare Argyle Pink Diamonds™. The AUD1.7 million Crescendo exhibition comprises a total of 840 diamonds, 404 Argyle Pink Diamonds™ and more than 16 carats of total weight in the collection of ten stunning pieces that took over 575 production hours to complete. Made in Nina’s Dunsborough workshop by master jewellers, every angle of every ring, pendant and earring has been meticulously created with fine detail and some hidden surprises just for the wearer. Each is completely beautiful, intended to pay homage and do justice to the magnificence and rarity of the precious Argyle Pink Diamonds™. The entire team is committed to offering an exceptional experience to every person who enters Nina’s doors. Come in, try on, get the photo for Insta and enjoy a rare opportunity to be dripping in exquisite and incomparable diamonds at Nina’s Jewellery this summer. Take advantage of Nina’s jewellery-free jewellery clean and leave with a little more sparkle.

Free

03 Jan 2024 - 30 Mar 2024

Free

03 Jan 2024 - 30 Mar 2024

Pila Nguru presents the stunning and detailed commentary of Spinifex Country by the Traditional Owners of the area, as part of the first Native Title determination in Western Australia. This exhibition is a unique opportunity to contemplate the depth and cultural range of traditional attachment to land that, in 2000, allowed the community to successfully negotiate a wide-ranging Native Title agreement with the West Australian State Government. Moved from their lands due to the Maralinga nuclear trials in the 1950s, Traditional Owners returned to Country in the late 1980s. Following the 1992 Mabo Native Title determination, began their own pursuit of native title recognition, mapping Country and negotiating cultural boundaries with neighbouring groups. The Spinifex people began producing artworks that celebrated the successful outcome of their claim. Two large canvases, one painted by the men and one painted by the women, were produced which documented birthplaces and associated Jukurrpa's (lore/stories) from Spinifex Country. Both paintings were then formally included in the preamble of the final land agreement between the Spinifex People and the Western Australian Government passed through state parliament. Today, these incredibly significant artworks continue to make clear the link between people and Country. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are advised that this exhibition may contain images and voices of people who have since passed.

Free

31 Dec 2023 - 03 Mar 2024

Free

31 Dec 2023 - 03 Mar 2024

Experience a taste of Great Southern History. Plantagenet Wines invites you to explore its rich heritage. Join the Winemaker's journey with unique tastings of Plantagenet's most prestigious wines - Wyjup Collection, Museum and Icon Wines, accompanied by a local produce tasting platter.

$250

14 Dec 2023 - 19 Dec 2024

$250

14 Dec 2023 - 19 Dec 2024

Nina's Jewellery proudly presents Crescendo - an exhibition of Argyle Pink Diamonds. Look, and please touch, the most beautiful hand-crafted diamond pieces at a new and free interactive exhibition at Nina’s Jewellery in Dunsborough this summer. Crescendo proudly presented by Nina’s Jewellery, is an exquisite exhibition of ten pieces ranging in value from AUD78,000 to AUD285,000 that feature exceedingly rare Argyle Pink Diamonds™. The AUD1.7 million Crescendo exhibition comprises a total of 840 diamonds, 404 Argyle Pink Diamonds™ and more than 16 carats of total weight in the collection of ten stunning pieces that took over 575 production hours to complete. Made in Nina’s Dunsborough workshop by master jewellers, every angle of every ring, pendant and earring has been meticulously created with fine detail and some hidden surprises just for the wearer. Each is completely beautiful, intended to pay homage and do justice to the magnificence and rarity of the precious Argyle Pink Diamonds™. The entire team is committed to offering an exceptional experience to every person who enters Nina’s doors. Come in, try on, get the photo for Insta and enjoy a rare opportunity to be dripping in exquisite and incomparable diamonds at Nina’s Jewellery this summer. Take advantage of Nina’s jewellery-free jewellery clean and leave with a little more sparkle.

Free

03 Jan 2024 - 30 Mar 2024

Free

03 Jan 2024 - 30 Mar 2024

Pila Nguru presents the stunning and detailed commentary of Spinifex Country by the Traditional Owners of the area, as part of the first Native Title determination in Western Australia. This exhibition is a unique opportunity to contemplate the depth and cultural range of traditional attachment to land that, in 2000, allowed the community to successfully negotiate a wide-ranging Native Title agreement with the West Australian State Government. Moved from their lands due to the Maralinga nuclear trials in the 1950s, Traditional Owners returned to Country in the late 1980s. Following the 1992 Mabo Native Title determination, began their own pursuit of native title recognition, mapping Country and negotiating cultural boundaries with neighbouring groups. The Spinifex people began producing artworks that celebrated the successful outcome of their claim. Two large canvases, one painted by the men and one painted by the women, were produced which documented birthplaces and associated Jukurrpa's (lore/stories) from Spinifex Country. Both paintings were then formally included in the preamble of the final land agreement between the Spinifex People and the Western Australian Government passed through state parliament. Today, these incredibly significant artworks continue to make clear the link between people and Country. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are advised that this exhibition may contain images and voices of people who have since passed.

Free

31 Dec 2023 - 03 Mar 2024

Free

31 Dec 2023 - 03 Mar 2024

Experience a taste of Great Southern History. Plantagenet Wines invites you to explore its rich heritage. Join the Winemaker's journey with unique tastings of Plantagenet's most prestigious wines - Wyjup Collection, Museum and Icon Wines, accompanied by a local produce tasting platter.

$250

14 Dec 2023 - 19 Dec 2024

$250

14 Dec 2023 - 19 Dec 2024