Spanning 135 km of Indian Ocean coastline from Cape Leeuwin in the south to Cape Naturaliste in the north, this is one of Australia’s longest and most scenic coastal walks.
This extraordinary landscape is blessed with squeaky white sand beaches, rocky bays, wildflowers, wetlands, towering forests and limestone caves, stacks and platforms. Meanwhile, springtime wildflowers in vivid violet, topaz and crimson provide contrast to the calming blue, green and whites of the ocean, forests and beaches.
The Cape to Cape walk traverses cliff tops, deserted beaches, idyllic bays, coastal heath lands, peppermint tree woodlands and majestic endemic Karri forests with tall open stands of eucalypt unique to this part of Australia.
Heritage and history buffs will appreciate remnants of early pioneering days including stone cottage ruins, shipwrecks and other farming tools evoke the hard graft experienced by early settlers. The arduous experiences of shipwrecked sailors seeking refuge on this isolated coastline are in stark contrast with the comfort you’ll enjoy staying in our delightful choice of lodgings each night. Accommodation and all meals are included so you’ll have an excellent meal and a comfortable bed to look forward to each night. And with a pair of expert guides, different level walk options will be offered each day.
$per person twin/double share
Australian hotel accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there is one or two people occupying it.
In order to cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single supplement fee, a cost that we make no margin on.
Grade 3 – ModerateShort, steep hill sections. Moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience recommended.
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