When ocean-loving boaties Kelly and Dean Bruins bought a farm in the southern Wheatbelt a few years back, it came as a surprise to their nearest and dearest.
An iconic flour mill in the heart of Northam is getting a facelift, becoming the canvas for a larger-than-life mural this week.
The Boddington Lions Rodeo attracted a record crowd of 8200 on Saturday as spectators swarmed to catch the thrills and spills on show at the main arena.
Bob Garnant & Emma Taylor
The thrill of dodging swooping magpies while racing down a hill on a wobbly billy cart is the youthful memory that inspired a new mural unveiled in the heart of Mt Barker this week.
Residents in Gnowangerup came together last month to create something powerful for the Blue Tree Project.
Here’s how Tiffany Davey, a 24-year-old from a farm in WA’s Wheatbelt, found ways to pass the time while drifting in the ocean thousands of kilometres from home.
Hyden hosted some 800 music and film fanatics at the annual Wave Rock Weekender festival on the long weekend.
One of WA’s most historic country race meets attracted a record crowd on Saturday, with 650 people flocking to Mt Magnet Racecourse to watch Ballidu Bomber win the Mt Magnet Cup.
Cally Dupe and Lara Jensen
Twinkling fairy lights and a starlit sky set the scene for this year’s Twilight Long Table Dinner, one of the highlights of the Gascoyne Food Festival.
Women from across the State came together last week to network, provide support and talk all things agriculture at Women in Farming Enterprises’ Regional Rendezvous.
Claremont Showground will come alive this weekend for the start of a five-day Spring Farm Fair.
He’s the iconic, 2.7m tall dog greeting visitors to Dowerin with a friendly paw, but until now, Rusty has been an eligible bachelor.
Much-loved fundraiser Telethon returns for its 53rd year next month with a new-look event and a family festival that will celebrate WA and its culture of giving.
Is there a female spirit that lurks in the shadowy upper halls of the historic Palace Hotel in Southern Cross?
After spending many years travelling around the country following different career paths, the West Aussies bought the 44ha property in North Boyanup they have called home for a decade.
New works include Qualup bells, a bull and giant watering can, but it was a steampunk-looking echidna inspired by a nearby haven for the iconic Australian animal which won over the judges.
From coal to footy and playing around at the local pool, Collie pollie Mick Murray talks about why he is the misunderstood town’s most fierce supporter and protector.
One of the Wheatbelt’s oldest and most renowned hotels has hit the market in time for the State’s mini-break bonanza.
A couple of years ago, Gelorup’s Margaret Smith came into possession of a piece of history — a rations book showing how producers not only fed Aussies, but troops and allied forces in World War II.
For the first time in years, the dams on Alice and Paul Reddington’s Bremer Bay farm are full to the brim, after a recent heavy downfall provided much-needed relief.
Community spirit shone brightly in Lake Grace on Saturday when the Lake Grace-Pingrup and Boxwood Hill football clubs came together for their annual Big Freeze.
“Both from a cow perspective — grass, climate, water and shelter — as well as our team and equipment, it couldn’t be better and we’re extremely proud.”
We meet the farmers and their (potential) future wives as our favourite wholesome dating show, Farmer Wants a Wife, is finally back and off to a spoon-slapping good start.
Jordan Sprigg’s wedge-tailed eagle sculpture has swooped into Williams, providing a spectacular display for residents and tourists.
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