Last night in the packed ballroom at the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre, Margaret River Hospitality Group (MRHG) Managing Director Anthony Janssen was presented with the prestigious Business News 40under40 Award...
Western Australian Tourism Minister Kim Hames swapped a suit and tie for chef’s whites last night at a dinner at the White Elephant Beach Café as part of the Food, Wine and China: A Tourism Perspective, an international tourism symposium.
THE world’s leading tourism academics will feast on Margaret River’s best local produce at a dinner hosted at the White Elephant Beach Café tomorrow as part of an international tourism symposium.
White Elephant Beach Café has reopened, and will stay open all year around now the construction of a new 80 square metre indoor area is complete.
The Margaret River beachside cafe, with its magnificent view over Gnarabup Bay, is open seven days per week for coffee, breakfast through until lunch, and now offers a place to sit inside if the weather isn’t perfect.
Margaret River Hospitality Group (MRHG) Managing Director Anthony Janssen said that the White Elephant Beach Café is popular with locals and visitors, as well as a popular wedding venue.
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