Valley a hit with influencers

Emily AceSouth Western Times
Influencers Talia Blumberg and Jenna Gore, known for their blog “Spoonful of Sisters” prepare for a long lunch at Hackersley Estate on their exploration of the Ferguson Valley at the weekend.
Camera IconInfluencers Talia Blumberg and Jenna Gore, known for their blog “Spoonful of Sisters” prepare for a long lunch at Hackersley Estate on their exploration of the Ferguson Valley at the weekend. Credit: South Western Times/Bunbury Herald, Emily Ace

The Ferguson Valley has left a lasting impression on Perth-based influencers Talia Blumberg and Jenna Gore, bloggers known as the “Spoonful of Sisters” as they traversed the region with Nikki Gogan, who found fame on The Bachelor.

Mrs Gore said the pair had not visited or heard of the Ferguson Valley until they were invited on a tour of the region as part of the “Find The Ferguson” tourism campaign launch.

“We can’t believe that we had never heard about the Ferguson Valley because it is absolutely beautiful,” she said.

“It is not going to be a secret for much longer. It’s close by, so it is the perfect weekend away.”

Staying at Peppermint Lane Lodge, the tour group visited Hackersley Estate for a late degustation lunch, Ferguson Falls, Ferguson Hart Estate and took part in a shiraz masterclass.

On Sunday, the group also visited St Aidan Wines, Lyndendale Gallery, Green Door Wines and took a flight from Bunbury Airport to enjoy the view from above.

“We are just very impressed with the whole region, the produce and the people who are beautiful, friendly and warm,” Mrs Gore said.

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