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Until December 14, Seashells has a pay for two nights, stay for three package at Yallingup, Mandurah, Scarborough and Broome.
Rates at Seashells Mandurah start from $72 per person per night.
seashells.com.au, 1800 800 850
The Geographe Crush Wine Exhibition will be held at Bicentennial Square in Bunbury from 11am-6pm on November 4 with food and wine producers in attendance and live music performances.
Entry is $20 or $15 pre-purchased and includes free tastings, seminars and entertainment.
Robyn McCarthy from the Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre in Merredin and Yvonne Bradfield from the Armadale Visitor Centre are finalists in the 2012 West Australian Newspapers Golden i Award.
This recognises the dedication of visitor centre managers in their services to tourism in WA and the winner, who will receive $1000 from WA Newspapers, will be announced during the Top Tourism Award Gala Dinner in Mandurah on Thursday.
Kirup Kabins Farmstay near Donnybrook has places available during the October and January school holidays. The 16ha property has two and three-bedroom cabins with log fires and verandas with valley views, from $160 per night.
Book five nights and receive a welcome pack full of local goodies. The farmstay is close to the Apple FunPark, The Mythic Mazes and Gnomesville. kirupkabins.com.au and 9731 6272Conditions apply and deals are subject to change without notice. Prices are subject to change and availability.
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