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Margaret River, WA

Western Australia's premier wine region, well known for its dramatic landscapes and untameable ocean, is also the home of

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With Exhibitions, Performances, Masterclasses and much more happening over the weekend, 
here are the venues hosting festival events for you to enjoy.

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Margaret River HEART (Hub of Entertainment, Arts and Regional Tourism) - the newly redeveloped Shire of Augusta Margaret River Cultural Centre - is a world class multi-purpose and highly flexible entertainment and business events complex.


Featuring a 450 capacity seated auditorium, 170 capacity seated auditorium, foyer, bar, kitchen, courtyard and more, the HEART will be home to the Main Exhibition, along with performances, keynotes, Q&A discussions and masterclasses.


The River is a multi purpose venue promoting and hosting international, national and local performers. Boasting two performance spaces, multiple bars plus a range of value accomodation The River is a proud supporter of live music in the south west.

You can catch plenty of workshops, discussions and live performances including the Main Event at The River over the festival weekend.


“Uncomplicated. That’s life in Margaret River, and that’s the philosophy behind CBCo.


CBCo tapped its first keg in 2004, on the wild coastline of the South West, and it is this special corner of the world that is the inspiration for their handcrafted beers and cider.


Still brewing in Margaret River today, their home in the South West is a place to share a special piece of their beer story. A place to enjoy whoever you are and wherever you’re from - whether you’re after a dry hopped limited release or your favourite refreshing Pale Ale, a family lunch or an overdue catch up with friends, live music on a sunny afternoon or a hit of Golf on the driving range.


CBCo Margaret River. Uncomplicated and unpretentious, just like their beers.”


Settlers Tavern is a 'must play' live music venue in Australia and is iconic in the national music industry. With over 40 years supporting original live music and up to 230 gigs a year, they were awarded in 2018 as APRA Licensee Of The Year & inducted into the Hall of Fame at the Australian Hospitality Awards (WA) for Best Live Entertainment Venue.

Stop into the Tav for plenty of live music at the festival!

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Margaret River Brewhouse is a meeting place for the community and home to a real down south Sunday Session. Set amongst the karri trees and on the banks of the Margaret River you’ll find this family friendly microbrewery. Perfect for a few lazy tunes, afternoon vibes and pint or two.”


Margaret River Youth Precinct

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The Margaret River Youth Precinct forms part of Gloucester Park and includes one of the most renowned regional skateparks in Australia, with two community facilities including the Zone Room and Scout Hall.


The community precinct is managed by Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the Youth Advisory Council (YAC), offering a dynamic hub for young people in the community. It allows for all ages and levels of abilities to interact and socialise while improving their skills at skateboarding, scooter riding and BMXing. 

Located on the Eastern side of the precinct, The Zone Room offers a multi-functional meeting space, pool table, lots of chairs and tables and will host a large range of workshops over the festival, including a number of which will be free to U25's.


The Froth lads from Exmouth migrated south in 2022 to open their second venue and bring their own brand of vibe-setting to a rousing welcome in Bunbury.

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Froth Craft Bunbrewery, located on Victoria St, is a brewery/restaurant/live entertainment venue that has burst joyfully on to the south-west scene and in just over a year amassed an impressive string of high quality performances from a wide variety of renowned musicians… with appreciative sold-out crowds to match. To say they’re honoured and stoked to be involved in Strings Attached: The West Australian Guitar Festival 2023 is an understatement of gargantuan proportions. Froth on!

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