Get be­hind our re­gion’s events

Manjimup-Bridgetown Times - - News -

THE Lower South West has a lot to of­fer peo­ple in terms of tourism and agri­cul­ture.

It has taken bright peo­ple look­ing to the re­gion’s fu­ture for events and in­dus­tries to help put it on the map and the up­com­ing Truf­fle Ker­fuf­fle is a prime ex­am­ple.

Man­jimup truf­fles are known across the coun­try and around the world and their im­por­tance on the culinary stage will only im­prove if the re­gion’s res­i­dents sup­port it.

At­tend­ing events like the Truf­fle Ker­fuf­fle, the Man­jimup Cherry Har­mony Fes­ti­val and the Un­earthed Pem­ber­ton Fes­ti­val make all the dif­fer­ence for vis­i­tors who are con­sid­er­ing com­ing to the re­gion.

In­creased tourism num­bers is re­ported back to or­gan­i­sa­tions like Aus­tralia’s South West, Tourism WA and the State Gov­ern­ment.

A re­gion worth vis­it­ing means it is a re­gion worth in­vest­ing in and ad­di­tional money into the Lower South West can only be a boon to its res­i­dents. With all the en­ter­tain­ing events through­out the year, at­tend­ing them will make all the dif­fer­ence to the or­gan­is­ers and help sup­port the re­gion’s growth.

WA Food Am­bas­sador Don Hancey at last year's Truf­fle Ker­fuf­fle.

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