Margaret River Region
Cape to Cape Track
Experience Western Australia’s unique biodiverse flora and fauna among age-old landscapes and the towering Boranup Karri forest. Every step you take provides an opportunity to explore its wonderful diversity, natural beauty and rich abundance. Walk among forest giants, explore wild coastal beauty and be in awe of the dramatic outcrops of ancient granite rocks that define the trail to create a spectacular showcase of natural beauty.
We take you on a journey from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin on pathways that never divert far from the stunning Indian Ocean. Enjoy white sandy beaches and fabulous swimming – not to mention for the most part the walk falls within the renowned Margaret River premium wine-growing region where you can relish world class food and wine.
Since 2007 we’ve proudly offered Australian hiking experiences that seek a deeper connection to Australia’s dramatic landscapes, abundant flora and fauna and rich regional towns. We know you will love the Cape to Cape Track as much as we do – so bring along your sense of wonder and adventure.
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Cape to Cape Track
The Self Guided Trip – Cape to Cape Track
- Discover dramatic granite outcrops and pristine ocean sea-scapes
- Be wowed by an astounding variety of flora including seasonal spider-orchids
- Embrace the meditative rhythm of walking along pristine beaches
- Walk among towering Karri trees – some of the tallest trees in the world
Cape Naturaliste lighthouse is generally accepted as the beginning of the track when walking the more typical north to south route
Yallingup is a tiny coastal hamlet famous for its world-class surfing and cool surfie vibe.
Gracetown is situated along the sweeping curve of Cowaramup Bay, this quiet coastal town of beach shacks is the halfway rest stop along the 123 kilometre Cape to Cape Track. It offers good shallows for safe swimming.
Hamelin Bay is presents a stunning beach of turquoise water, white sand and friendly stingray population who feed close to the shore.
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse straddles both the Indian and Southern Oceans. Cape Leeuwin also is mainland Australia’s tallest lighthouse.
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