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Cape to Cape Trek

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Highlights

  • 9 day itinerary (includes 7 days of walking) on Australia’s longest coastal track
  • 135km of Indian Ocean coastline from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste
  • We move you (and your luggage) along the track ensuring that less time is spent in a vehicle
  • Spectacular coastline, clifftops, rocky coves and idyllic bays
  • Hike through towering Karri forests unique to this area
  • Optional rest day enjoying Margaret River gourmet food and wineries
  • Gorgeous wildflower displays in springtime
  • Whale watching in season (July to December)
  • Enjoy spending as little time as possible in a vehicle, we will move you (and your luggage) on to a new accommodation as you progress along the track

Additional Information

Trek Duration

More Than Five days

Destinations

Cape to Cape

Tour Languages

English

Trek Difficulty

Medium

Company

Auswalk

Suitable For

< 18 year olds, 18-39 year olds, 40-49 year olds, 50-59 year olds, 60+ year olds, Families

Guiding Method

Guide/Instructor

Auswalk

For the last 20 years we’ve been perfecting Australian walking holidays. We only offer high quality itineraries to destinations we personally love. Our hand picked holidays showcase Australia, the amazing country that we’re lucky to call home. Leave the logistics of your holiday to us. We'll organise all the accommodation, meals, transport, etc in advance, saving you time and ensuring that you'll experience the best an area has to offer. We know the best places to stay and which ones to avoid. We know the best walking routes and how to help you discover more of an area that you could on your own.

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Day 1:

This holiday starts in Augusta anytime after 2pm. Augusta is about 350km south of Perth, and there are daily train/coach services.
If you have time, we recommend a visit to Cape Leeuwin to explore the lighthouse. It’s just 8km away by local taxi. For a more relaxed activity, stroll along the edge of the pleasant inlet.
Accommodation: Augusta

Day 2:

The walking starts at the historic water-wheel, and heads northwards, leaving Cape Leeuwin behind. The first walk section follows the top of Augusta Cliffs. This is followed by the long and remote Deepdene Beach.

One of the highlights today is Cape Hamelin, where there is a beautiful bay surrounded by granite boulders and a kiosk where you can buy a drink. Another highlight is the unusual solution holes in the limestone rocks.

Walking summary: 20.5km, approx 5.5-6.5 hours of walking. A mix of beaches, interesting rocky platforms, quiet vehicle tracks and elevated walking tracks.
Accommodation: Augusta

Day 3:

Today’s walking is along a fairly remote stretch of coastline. About 6km is along Boranup Beach, which is usually delightfully firm, but be prepared for a slog if it happens to be soft after stormy weather.
The remainder is easy walking through coastal heath lands, eucalyptus and peppermint woodlands. There is also a section with masses of grass trees and the first of the tall karri forests.
Walking summary: About 23.5km, approx 5.5-5.6 hours of walking. Some sandy beach, mostly walking tracks. Accommodation: Augusta

Day 4:

It’s one of the most spectacular sections of coastline today, including a very interesting section beside Boodjidup Brook, a meandering stream connecting Devil Pool with the ocean. Plus more delightful karri forest.
Walking summary: About 22.5km, approx 6.5-7 hours of walking. About half the walk is through inland forest, followed by mainly an undulating walking track through coastal heath lands. Accommodation: Prevelly

Day 5:

An easier day today with a nice mix of walking along the coast and through inland forest. This area has numerous wildflowers in spring.
Today’s walk also crosses the mouth of Margaret River. Mostly this can be crossed on a sandbar, but if it is flowing hard there is a fabulous canoe crossing option!
Walking summary: About 15km, approx 4.5-5 hours of walking. Mostly on tracks with a short section of sandy beach.
Accommodation: Margaret River area

Day 6:

The walk continues past Ellensbrook Homestead, a National Trust property where the original owners also built an operational waterwheel.
A highlight today is Meekadarabee Falls. There’s also North Point where you’ll see attractive lichen-covered granite, pink fairy orchids in spring and a lovely stream during wetter times of the year.

Walking summary: About 21.5km, approx 6.5-7 hours of walking. About 5km soft sand, the rest on tracks.
Accommodation: Margaret River area

Day 7:

Today has the longest distance to cover, but it’s very scenic all the way. Wilyabrup cliffs are popular with rock climbers, and these are the walk starting point. There are spectacular granite outcrops and two superb capes at Cape Clairault and Canal Rocks.
The beach names along here indicate it’s popularity with surfers – The Window, Wildcat and Honeycombs.

Walking summary: About 25km, approx 7-8 hours of walking. Sea views, stony sections of track. Mostly wanders through low vegetation set back from the ocean edge.
Accommodation: Yallingup

Day 8:

This is the final section of track. Walk from Yallingup to Cape Naturaliste, then to Bunker Bay for the night. You’ll pass Sugarloaf Rock, summer home to red-tailed tropic birds.
Much of the coast here is limestone cliff, with short beaches and low rocky areas. Along the way there are striking views of Sugarloaf Rock.

Relax and enjoy your final night at the luxurious Bunker Bay Resort.

Walking summary: About 17km, approx 4.5-5 hours of walking. Beaches are mostly firm sand, sections of soft sand inland, some sections of stony track, a couple of rocky headlands to go over.
Accommodation: Bunker Bay

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what’s included

  • 8 nights accommodation
  • 8 breakfasts
  • 7 lunches
  • 6 dinners
  • Vehicle transfers required for the itinerary
  • Luggage transfers
  • National Park fees
  • Insulated lunch bag
  • Maps
  • Map case & info pack

what’s excluded

  • Alcohol
  • Meals not listed in itinerary
  • Drinks with meals (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast)

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Company Information

For the last 20 years we’ve been perfecting Australian walking holidays. We only offer high quality itineraries to destinations we personally love. Our hand picked holidays showcase Australia, the amazing country that we’re lucky to call home....

Tour Details

  • Availability
    Available Daily
  • Booking Type
    Instant Booking
  • Duration
    8 Days
  • Guiding method
    Self Guided
  • Guide Language
    English
  • Meeting/Starts Point
    Augusta
  • Maximum Altitude
    95 Metres
  • Trek Difficulty
    Medium

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