Last weekend was World Cider Day.  Yes, it’s a real day! It was once quoted that cider was literally happiness in a bottle. Refreshing and delicious—what’s not to love?! In recent times, it has witnessed a mass surge in popularity with a cult-style following (not that we’re complaining). No longer only a summer drink, cider…

Winter in Bunbury Geographe is spectacular as the rolling hills turn all shades of green. In The West Australian Special Travel Edition Warming Up Winter our Tourism Minister agrees, selecting the Preston Valley near Donnybrook and the Geographe Wine Region as his favourite winter getaway. Paul’s perfect trip includes a red from his friends Ilonka and Michael at…

Seventeen years ago, Karl Hillier chose Harris River, near Collie as the perfect backdrop to establish his winery. Today, he takes Tiger Tales Australian Magazine on a journey through this amazing property which includes a 24-hectare vineyard and winery, cider-making operation, micro-brewery, agistment centre, restaurant and self-contained chalets. “At Harris River Estate, guests can enjoy…

The streets of Bunbury’s CBD are filled with history and mystery, with stories and facts to delight and fascinate visitors. From a school attended by former WA Premier Sir Newton Moore, the family home of Western Australia’s most famous pioneering family, impressive buildings built by a convict’s son, 80s inspired Alan Bond architecture, to sacred…

The City of Bunbury has revealed its events calendar for summer 2016-17 and would like to announce a new addition to the list – the Victoria St Artisan Fayre. Victoria Street will be closed to traffic on Sunday 4 December from 4pm to as artisan stallholders, entertainers and local businesses take to the street. The…