It’s customary to complain about the onset of winter, but we've compiled some holiday ideas that are just perfect for the season no matter where in WA you want to spend it.
Winter is the time of year that really shows off much of WA to its best advantage, whether it’s blue-sky days and warm evenings in the North West or local wine by a crackling fire in the south.
To this end, we’ve put together Warming Up Winter, a special stand-alone magazine filled with ideas for winter holidays around WA. It covers everywhere from Broome to Esperance, and also has tips on wine touring from wine expert Ray Jordan, road trips from WestWHEELS Editor Sam Jeremic, and winter photography from lead travel photographer Mogens Johansen.
You’ll find your copy inside today’s edition of The Weekend West.
Picture at top: Meelup Beach Road, near Dunsborough. Picture: Tourism WA
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