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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Welcome to the dawn of the space age. From the 1950s through to the 1970s, Australia was gripped with excitement as humanity made its first forays beyond Earth’s atmosphere. From cutting-edge scientific research to architecture, design, television and more ‘Out of this World’ explores Australia’s role in the space race. Learn about the history of Woomera Rocket Range, see how futuristic architecture influenced Australia’s Expo pavilion in 1970, and meet everyone’s favourite pencil-nosed spaceman, Mr Squiggle. This exhibition is supported by the Australian Government's Visions of Australia program and the National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program, a program aiming to improve access to national collections for all Australians.

Free

14 Jun 2024 - 06 Oct 2024

Free

14 Jun 2024 - 06 Oct 2024

Watercolours of the Coastlands features paintings of the bush and beach by Sue Kalab. Wandering and watching, looking and learning, the exhibition offers a solo showcase for those who cherish both art and nature. The exhibition displays art about Sue's years of roaming in the nearby Tuart Forest and wandering along the waterfronts, the Indian Ocean and Leschenault Estuary – orchids, birds, bush and beach. Sue's art responds to the beauty of nature's images glimpsed in time spent on a bush walk or an amble along the beaches. Her work endeavours to portray the peaceful and serene qualities one finds in nature - the timelessness, the sense of perpetuity and nature's unobtrusiveness.

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Welcome to the dawn of the space age. From the 1950s through to the 1970s, Australia was gripped with excitement as humanity made its first forays beyond Earth’s atmosphere. From cutting-edge scientific research to architecture, design, television and more ‘Out of this World’ explores Australia’s role in the space race. Learn about the history of Woomera Rocket Range, see how futuristic architecture influenced Australia’s Expo pavilion in 1970, and meet everyone’s favourite pencil-nosed spaceman, Mr Squiggle. This exhibition is supported by the Australian Government's Visions of Australia program and the National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program, a program aiming to improve access to national collections for all Australians.

Free

14 Jun 2024 - 06 Oct 2024

Free

14 Jun 2024 - 06 Oct 2024

Watercolours of the Coastlands features paintings of the bush and beach by Sue Kalab. Wandering and watching, looking and learning, the exhibition offers a solo showcase for those who cherish both art and nature. The exhibition displays art about Sue's years of roaming in the nearby Tuart Forest and wandering along the waterfronts, the Indian Ocean and Leschenault Estuary – orchids, birds, bush and beach. Sue's art responds to the beauty of nature's images glimpsed in time spent on a bush walk or an amble along the beaches. Her work endeavours to portray the peaceful and serene qualities one finds in nature - the timelessness, the sense of perpetuity and nature's unobtrusiveness.

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024