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Wednesday 15 November 2023

Luxury new accommodation opens in Margaret River

There will be a new place to stay in the Margaret River region from next month with the opening of Edge Luxury Villas at Springwater Estate.

The adults-only retreat will start welcoming guests in a couple of weeks. 

There will be four luxury villas, all built over the property's lake and boasting water views from their private decks. 

All the villas are equipped with self-sufficient kitchenettes, lounge areas, king beds, bathrooms with freestanding stone baths, and luxury fittings.

One of the villas is also fully accessible for those with mobility issues. 


In other hospitality news from Tourism Western Australia, the Wonil Hotel in Perth has opened its signature restaurant West Kitchen & Bar.

It is said to offer a "laid-back culinary experience" while taking in views of Perth and the Swan River.

West Kitchen & Bar aims to exclusively source West Australian produce and wines.

Meanwhile, Dunn Bay Continental, a grocer, wine store, café, deli and flower shop, has opened in Dunsborough, serving up gourmet produce from the Margaret River region and beyond.

Dunn Bay Continental is located within the new Southcamp precinct, which opened its doors earlier this year with village-style accommodation offering 18 cabins and two apartments, alongside a Brewhouse bar and kitchen.

Back in Perth, Elizabeth Quay will welcome the opening of another venue on the waterfront this month, with 6HEAD Perth set to open its doors on November 24.

This will be the second venue for the premium steakhouse, after opening in Sydney in 2019.

Busselton's hospitality scene continues to boom, with the opening of Inara Dining in the newly redeveloped Busselton Central Shopping Centre.

The contemporary restaurant and bar specialises in Middle Eastern cuisine.

The state's WA's oldest wine region, the Swan Valley, has welcomed another micro-distillery and tasting room.

Damaged Goods Distilling Co gets its name from its sustainable concept of using 'waste' and unwanted produce to distil liquor.

The spirits on offer including a citrus gin, smashed apple aperitivo and banana vodka. A little weird. but hey.

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