Western Australia’s Margaret River Region to host new culinary event

Pair’d Margaret slated for Nov 14 to 17
2024-05-01
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Western Australia's Margaret River Region to host new culinary event
Western Australia’s Margaret River Region to host new culinary event

The tourism board says that Pair’d is an exciting addition to Australia’s culinary event calendar

Promoting the wine-fame Margaret River Region, Western Australia will be hosting Pair’d Margaret River Region, a culinary event, on Wadandi Saltwater country from November 14 to 17.
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This year will see the debut of a new domestic culinary event in Western Australia’s Margaret River Region, known for its world-class wine and food offerings complemented by live music.

According to a press statement by Western Australia, Pair’d Margaret River Region will take place on Wadandi Saltwater country from November 14 to 17. It is intended to become an annual staple on the state’s major homegrown events calendar.

The statement adds that the programme is set to feature a series of premium events in iconic destinations and wineries across the Margaret River Region, as well as collaborations with some of the region’s world-renowned chefs, winemakers and sommeliers.

It says that to celebrate the uniqueness of the Margaret River Region, Pair’d will ‘tantalise tastebuds’ with a dreamlike blend of incredible local produce paired with wines harvested from local vines, accompanied by live music on nature’s stage.

The tourism board says that Pair’d is an exciting addition to Australia’s culinary event calendar, with the announcement following the recent launch of a second direct flight from the east coast to the Margaret River Region and the Sydney to Busselton Jetstar route joining the existing Melbourne to Busselton service, making it even easier for east coast visitors to attend the new event.

Located just a 2.5-hour drive south of Perth, the Margaret River Region in is the only premium wine region in Australia that combines world-class food and wine with pristine beaches, tall-timber forests, renowned surf breaks and ancient caves, says the board.

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