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Night Calling Documentary

Tuesday, March 12 @ 6:00 PM 8:00 PM

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Journey into the mysterious world of owls at the premiere of “Night Calling,” presented by Owl Friendly Margaret River and Capes Foundation.

Discover how Margaret River became Australia’s first ‘Owl Friendly’ community—a tale of passion, tragedy, and the tireless quest to protect wildlife in the Margaret River Region.

Encounter live owls, explore educational stalls, and engage in a Welcome to Country by Wadandi Elder, Dr. Wayne Webb, along with a thought-provoking introduction by MRBTA Chair Stuart Hicks AO and the premiere film screening of ‘Night Calling’. Following the screening, we invite you to participate in a conversation facilitated by Wildlife Photographer Steve Castan with the film’s director, Sue Taylor, ornithologists Dr. Boyd Wykes and Dr. Robert Davis (ECU), and wildlife expert Tara Finch (Eagles Heritage) during an intimate Q&A session.

We welcome you to join us for an evening of wisdom, community connections, and the opportunity to explore local-level actions that make a real difference in protecting our majestic owls.

Wildlife Stalls will take place from 4:30 pm, with the film commencing at 6pm.
This is a licensed event, children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.


Main Theatre

Consumer Advice

Suitable for all ages but children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.


Approximately 60 minutes

Ticket Prices

$20. Includes a complimentary wine courtesy of Voyager Estate and light refreshments.

(08) 9780 5294

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47 Wallcliffe Road
Margaret River, WA 6285 Australia
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