About The Tour
Discover the natural beauty of Western Australia’s South West region on this three-day adventure that starts in Perth. We’ll take you to the stunning towns of Albany, Denmark, Pemberton, Augusta, Margaret River, and Busselton, giving you the chance to learn more about this fascinating region and discover some of the country’s best-kept secrets. Along the way, you can sample delicious local wine, get adventurous in the tree-top canopies, and kick back and relax at the beach for a trip that has a little bit of something for everyone.
April 1st – May 31st & November 1st – March 31st
Additional dates: Saturdays June 2nd, September 2nd 2018, January 26th, March 2nd 2019
Returns: approx. 7:30pm
Please note: this tour is only suitable for those aged 18 – 45 years old. Please include your date of birth in the notes when you book.
Please make us aware of any dietary requirements when you book. Part of the enjoyment of this tour is the active hands-on participation of everyone and you will be required to assist with light duties such as preparing meals and cleaning dishes.
What to bring:
2 towels, sturdy walking shoes, warm clothing, rain jacket, hat, sunglasses, large water bottle (1L), small torch, sunscreen, insect repellent, camera with lots of memory and battery.
Luggage is restricted to a maximum of one 15kg backpack/soft travel bag and one hand luggage size bag.
Day One (L, D)
Day one kicks off from Perth, where we’ll head through the lush Jarrah Forest past sheep farming country. For lunch, we’ll stop off in the picturesque surroundings of the Stirling Ranges before moving on to The Porongurups to climb Castle Rock. Here, you’ll have the chance to take the incredible Skywalk to experience the views from a different perspective. As the day comes to a close, we’ll move on to Albany and head for Mount Clarence to watch the sunset.
Day Two (B, L, D)
On day two, we’ll take you to The Gap, Natural Bridge, and Blowholes so you can experience some of the region’s incredible natural wonders. Afterwards, it’s on to William Bay National Park and the Valley of the Giants where you can wander along the Tree Top Boardwalk that soars 40 metres above the forest floor. We’ll stop for a bite to eat before heading on to climb the Fire Lookout Tree and rest up the Augusta township.
Day Three (B, L)
The final day starts with a trip to Cape Leeuwin, which marks the spot where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean. Then it’s on to Margaret River to tuck into some world-famous wines before we check out Prevelly Beach and Surfers Point. Here, you can kick back and relax in the waves or on the shore, taking in Busselton Jetty, the longest jetty in the Southern hemisphere. Afterwards, it’s back to Perth where your adventures in the South West unfortunately come to an end.
B – breakfast provided
L – lunch provided
D – dinner provided