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Saturday 4 May 2024

Winter is party time in Margaret River

Cabin Fever, which is Western Australia's longest-running winter festival, returns to the Margaret River region from July 12-21 for its eighth instalment. 

Cabin Fever Festival celebrates winter in the south west with more than 40 events each July and festival organisers are promising "all the fireside good times that punters have come to expect from the 10-day event". Tickets are now on sale. 

Returning favourites include Street Eats at Chows Table, Wine's a Drag at Bungalow Neighbourhood Social, the Cheese Toastie Battle in The Cabin, Shelter the Storm at Shelter Brewing Co and Blazing Brews at Beerfarm. 

New events for 2024 include an Emily Taylor Yum Cha collab with The Goose in Busselton, Cabernet Society at Vasse Felix, a wine pairing with no-frills grocery items at Skigh Wines and a Munchies and Magnums party at the new Busselton Pavilion.

“The events put forward by venues become more imaginative and fun each year, and this year's program is no exception,” event co-director Erin Molloy said.

“Choosing between the Bushman's Ball at Lenton Brae and a cult cabernet event at Vasse Felix, or between a Cuban Rumba party at Rustico and fiery party at Swings creates a serious case of FOMO for consumers.

“It's so fun to see the region alive and thriving in the middle of winter with so many activations and events to choose from - it's a far cry from the winters of hibernation from a decade ago.”

Tickets will be on sale now at

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