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Order Maps & Magazines

Each year, the Margaret River Tourism Busselton Association produces over 150,000 copies of Margaret River Region touring maps and over 40,000 regional magazines.  These publications help encourage visitor dispersal throughout the region.

Maps, magazines and drive trails are primarily distributed as a FREE visitor resource from the region’s accredited visitor centres in Busselton, Margaret River and at the Augusta hub. They are also available to read and download online via  Members are invited to distribute these publications for their guest’s convenience and can order bulk stock below.

Order Publications

Margaret River Region Map

As a not-for-profit, membership-based, local tourism organisation, our purpose is to attract and disperse visitation to the Margaret River Region and preserve our natural assets for the benefit of our 600+ members who seek increased visitation and spend.

The Margaret River Region Map provides a fantastic opportunity for visitors to explore all of the region and we believe the more access people have to the map, the more informed they can be.

As a MRR Map Distributor, you play an important role in the way this information is dispersed. When you give out the map to visitors who then have further questions about the region that the map cannot answer, you can mark it down with your expert local knowledge.

Download the latest edition online.

Tales & Trails Magazine

Provide ultimate guest convenience by having access to your own bulk stock of the regional ‘Tales & Trails’ magazine.

Produced biannually, the magazine offers a mix of aspirational content and practical town guides.

Stories, local tips and secrets are curated for visitors to guide them on their adventures across the region.

Read and download the latest edition online.

Drive Your Story: 5 Unmissable Coast & Country Drives

Furthering the work to evolve the destination brand and establish unique identities for the region’s town and city localities, five drive trails have been created with the aim of:

  • Fostering travel preference for the region against competitor destination
  • Positioning the region as much more than a two-night destination (current average length of stay for interstate visitors)
  • Curating the visitor experience for visitors with a low awareness/understanding of the region

The trails are all available to read online or print copies of each individual trail are available for distribution by MRBTA members via our publication order form.