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Barton Jones Wines

We have some of the oldest vines in the Geographe region, planted in 1978.
The maturity of the vines is one aspect which plays an important role in the production of exceptional quality fruit that is a prerequisite for the production of premium wines. Our plantings include Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Semillon and Chenin Blanc which are all well suited to our region’s climate.

The Vineyard is dry grown meaning no additional irrigation is used. Our approach to vineyard management is hands on using traditional viticulture practices; we handpick the grapes at vintage and hand prune the vines in winter.
Our wine is available through our cellar door and selected outlets in Perth and the southwest.

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Minninup Pool

Located only 3km south of Collie townsite off Mungalup Road, this wide stretch of the Collie River is a beautiful and tranquil spot for swimming, fishing and canoeing.

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Australind Artisan Collective

Australind Artisan Collective is located in the beautiful Heritage Listed Henton Cottage in the grounds of the Australind Shopping Centre.
Henton Cottage was formerly known as the “Prince of Wales Hotel” where travellers along the Coast Road could rest from their journey and was built for William Dacres Williams in 1841. It was later purchased by John Allnutt who renamed the property “Henton”, and together with his wife Sarah, established a home and merchant business. He lived in the cottage until his death in 1851. Various families owned the property between 1851 and 1976 when Phil and Holly Nutley restored the cottage to its original condition.
Henton Cottage is now home to Australind Artisan Collective. Our aim is support local home based businesses by stocking their quality made gifts and wares ranging from beautiful prints and painting, woodwork, fabric items plus local honey, jams and chutneys.
We also have items for the international tourist to take home as a memento of their travels through the South West.
Make sure you drop in and have a look at the beautiful cottage as well as browse through our rooms. You never know you may find the perfect gift for someone or just a treat for yourself.

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Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club

The City of Bunbury Surf Live Saving Club was founded in 1915 and was the second club founded in Western Australia (Cottesloe SLSC was first in 1909).
Since those early days members have volunteered countless hours of Surf Patrol duty to keep Bunbury’s beaches safe for swimmers and surfers. Members have performed numerous rescues and attended to thousands of major and minor first aid incidents. The City of Bunbury SLSC is one of 311 Surf Life Saving Clubs in Australia with a total membership of over 165,820 members. We are affiliated with Surf Life Saving Western Australia (SLSWA).

Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club is now offering $10.00 Meals every Friday Evening. Start your evening with drinks on the Boardwalk enjoying the sunset setting over the Indian Ocean.
Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club is also providing coffee, cakes & light meals every Sunday.

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