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Margaret River’s Intercultural Action Group has recently produced a handy flyer to assist new arrivals to Margaret River.

Titled Hello Margaret River the flyer includes a list of local services and information available to help new arrivals settle into the region.

Intercultural Action Group co-founder Yen Hawkes said the key service information flyer will be distributed from the Margaret River Civic Administration Centre, Margaret River Library, Margaret River Community Centre and upon request. 

“As a migrant myself, I understand that settling in a new place takes time and can be stressful,” she said.

“The Intercultural Action Group aims to be a resource and reference point for new arrivals.

“We think our Hello Margaret River flyer is a small but valuable gesture for international arrivals in Margaret River.”

The Intercultural Action Group who is supported by the Shire of Augusta Margaret River, was formed in February 2018 as a response to the increasing multicultural population in Margaret River.

The group acts as a reference group for the local multicultural population and develops projects aimed at empowering and building the leadership skills of migrants. 

For more information please contact the Intercultural Action Group at, via the website at

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