Hackersley Wine Estate and Restaurant – five star dining

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When the weather's wet and cold in South West Australia, there's nothing better we like to do than get out for a long lazy Sunday lunch with friends and family. Especially at a wine estate with … [Read more...]

Buy Local Christmas Gifts this Christmas

Rustic French Licing Christmas 2013

It’s easy to fall into the trap of  spending a fortune at Christmas - the shops obviously encourage it, bewildering the harried shopper with numerous offers that make you start thinking “who do I know … [Read more...]

Inspiring Women in Western Australia

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I’m sitting in a church, at the alter, surrounded by French style rustic artefacts and furniture, drinking coffee and talking to one of Western Australia's inspiring women, Jo McIntosh. Around me is … [Read more...]

Australian Holidays. What you ought to know about The Ferguson Valley in WA.

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It was one of those balmy autumnal days, when the air is still, the meadows are washed with the first blush of green, and the deciduous trees are turning golden shades of russet, gold and burnt … [Read more...]

Wine, Women and Song in The Ferguson Valley at The Taste Fest

Hello ZigaZagers, Today we're going on an outing. No need to dress up fancy-shmancy, put on some comfy shoes, oh and today you can probably leave your hat and sunscreen at home because the … [Read more...]

Amazing Western Australia 2012 Highlights in 113 Pictures.

A day in the life of Perth by Jo Castro

Living in Western Australia. What a year it's been. And how lucky I've been to continue exploring Western Australia. I still wake up everyday counting my blessings to be living in such a beautiful … [Read more...]

Things to do in Western Australia and 4 Reasons to visit Crooked Brook Forest

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Things to do in Western Australia Western Australia is a great place for walking trails. Forest or sea, you can have it all. Crooked Brook Forest near Bunbury is tagged as a ‘Forest for All … [Read more...]