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I have heard that WA is famous for it's quaint small towns such as Sandalford. What are the must-see towns, particularly for great wines and food in WA?

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    Margaret River, Dunsborough, Augusta, for good wineries, food and accomodation, best out side of school holidays or peak season. over 7 years ago

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    If you are going further south Denmark is also great and there are wineries nearby. over 7 years ago

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    Sandalford is the name of a vineyard in the Swan valley, which is full of great vineyards. The other respondents have given you names in the South West, but a trip out to the east is well worthwhile, through Toodyay, Northam, York and if ou have enough time go on down to Beverley and Brookton, befor coming back to Perth down the Brookton highway. Best done as a two day trip, probably stopping off in York overnight. Some great pubs to stay at. over 7 years ago

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    If you want something besides wineries, Kalbarri (north of Perth) is a great place to visit. Beautiful gorges! Do sand boarding, ride quad bikes, join a kayak safari... over 7 years ago

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    Nice restaurants at Mandurah, south of Perth. fremantle is worth a visit and not far away. The market there is great and there are nice B&Bs. over 7 years ago

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    Okkaaay.... Perth, Broome, Mandurah, Dunsbourough, Swan Valley, Kalbarri, York, Esperence, Margeret River, Cowaremup (10 minutes north of marget river! The candy cow and chocolate factory rock!) over 5 years ago

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