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OVERVIEW

Spanning Australia's southwest edge from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste, the Cape to Cape track is the longest coastal walk in Australia, 135 km from start to finish. The extraordinary landscape offers great variety, spanning squeaky white sand beaches, secluded coves, towering forests and limestone caves.

This is a world-class walk that traverses cliff-tops, deserted beaches, hamlets and villages, coastal heathlands, peppermint tree woodlands and majestic karri forests with tall open stands of eucalypt, unique to the location.

Highlights

  • Cape Hamelin with its impressive granite boulders and beautiful bay
  • Coastal heathlands, eucalyptus, peppermint woodlands and tall karri forests
  • The remarkable grotto and natural spring at Bob's Hollow
  • Plentiful ocean views
  • The stunning Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs, and the superb Cape Clairault and Canal Rocks
  • Sugarloaf bay with its red-tailed tropic birds in summer

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
8 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Walks that are longer than 12km with varied terrain. A moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience is recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 3495

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 575

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of a room when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

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ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8

DAY 1
Perth to Prevelly via Margaret River

Starting in Perth at 8:00 am, the first stop is the Margaret River Wine area for lunch. We then make our way to Cape Leeuwin, where we will enjoy a short walk along the first section of the Cape to Cape track. We then travel to our accommodation to settle in.

Walking: Easy / 4 km / 1.5 -2.0 hrs
Meals: Lunch and 2-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 2
Skippy Rock Road to Cosy Corner

Today’s walk is fairly lengthy but well worth the effort; the highlights include Cape Hamelin, a beautiful bay surrounded by granite boulders, sandy Deepdene Beach and a coastal section with unusual solution holes in the limestone rocks. There are epic views over the Indian Ocean as you walk almost the whole way.

Walking: Moderate to Challenging / 17 km / 4.5-5.5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 3
Cosy Corner to Boranup Forest

Explore a secluded stretch of coastline beginning with Boranup Beach. The variety of landscapes traversed today makes the walking even more of a delight. Walk comfortably through coastal heathlands, eucalyptus and peppermint woodlands. There’s a section with masses of grass trees and the first of the tall karri forests.

Walking: 22 km / Moderate to Challenging / 5.5-6.5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 4
Boranup Forest to Prevelly

One of the most spectacular sections of the coastline includes a remarkable grotto and natural spring at Bob’s Hollow. The ever-present azure blue Indian Ocean has a calming quality that works in concert with the walking. The scope of the offshore reefs and the massive seas give you the first indication as to why this is one of the most heralded surfing destinations in the world.

Walking: 22 km / Moderate to Challenging / 6 to 7 hrs / Shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 5
Prevelly to Ellensbrook Homestead

Walk straight from breakfast along the coast to cross Margaret River (tides permitting) through to Ellensbrook Historic Homestead.  Ocean views are plentiful whilst you walk amongst a variety of flowering shrubs. To finish off the walk, you pass Meekadarabee Falls and even a small grotto where a mysterious story unfolds.

Walking: 14 km / Moderate / 4.5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 6
Ellensbrook Homestead to Moses Rock

Continue past Ellensbrook Homestead, a National Trust property where the original owners built a water wheel that’s still operational. Highlights include Wilyabrup Cliffs which are popular with rock climbers, massive granite outcrops and two superb capes. We walk past Gracetown a small settlement overlooking Cowaramup Bay. There’s an opportunity for a coffee break and then onto Moses Rock where we finish walking today.

Walking: 20 km / Moderate / 5-6 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 7
Moses Rock to Yallingup

There’s a long distance to cover today, but it is scenic the entire way. Massive granite outcrops and two superb capes at Cape Clairault and Canal Rocks. The beaches here are also popular with surfers. Today’s walk ends in the small town of Yallingup.

Walking: 18.5 km / Moderate to Challenging / 5-6 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner in the restaurant
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 8
Yallingup to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

The final section of the walk passes Sugarloaf Rock, a summer home to red-tailed tropic birds. Much of the coast here is limestone, with short stretches of beach, low rocky areas, and the ever-present massive seas. The 135 km Cape to Cape walk culminates around lunchtime at the lighthouse at Cape Naturaliste, thus completing the longest coastal walk in Australia. We then drive back to Perth, arriving at approximately 7.30 pm.

Walking: 14 km / Moderate / 5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Cooked breakfast and a walkers lunch

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • Rooms with ensuites, enjoy having a hot shower and a good nights rest in the privacy of your own room 
  • 2 professional and experienced guides
  • All transport from Perth and on and off the track
  • Fully inclusive ( all breakfasts, lunches and dinners)
  • For 4 nights, we eat 2-course dinners at Margaret River Restaurants (for three nights, we use excellent caterers and include Margaret River wine, beer and gin and tonics for any takers).
  • Continental/cooked breakfasts each day and walkers’ lunches
  • 8 days of pack-free walking,
  • Wine tasting – exploring the great wines of the Margaret River Region
  • The benefit of being located in the Margaret River, an area renowned for its excellent food and wine
  • Security of walking with a company that has nearly 30 years of experience in running group guided walking holidays

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

You will have your own bedroom and ensuite bathroom in a 2 bedroom townhouse, shared with other AuswalkersThe townhouses are located in close walking proximity to the beach house, where your guides will be staying. Walkers will enjoy staying in one centrally located accommodation each night, right next to the track and the beach.

Meals: Enjoy a 2-course meal each night, either in-house prepared with our guides and a renowned local caterer or eat out at local Margaret River restaurants. We start each day with a hearty breakfast provided communally in the beach house dining room. Walker’s lunches are substantial with great variety, ensuring you’ll never go hungry. More importantly, we eat lunch at stunning natural locations on the Cape to Cape track that can only be reached by foot.

You will all come together for meals at a nearby beach house where your guides will stay or eat a la carte meals out for three nights at local Margaret River restaurants.

Contact our office for further details.

Drinks: Alcohol and drinks are included with dinners eaten at the beach house only ( tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

  • NIGHTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7

FITNESS GUIDE

It’s well worth investing some time and effort preparing for your walking holiday. The graph shows the average daily distance, elevation and terrain difficulty for your hike. The dotted line indicates the average across all our walks, which will give you a feel for how challenging your walk is compared to all – and the recommended type, and amount, of preparation needed.  Of course, you can adapt this according to your existing fitness levels and lifestyle.

The graph and the information below can be used in conjunction with the fitness guide to help you prepare for your walking adventure. Across all walks, average daily distance is 16.8km, average daily elevation is 448m, average terrain difficulty is 5/10.

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DISTANCE - ABOVE AVERAGE

Distance training is a major consideration in your overall training program. As you progress, incorporate longer walks into your training plan.

Schedule one or two long walks each week, gradually increasing the distance until you can comfortably cover 17-25 km in a single day. Also include walks on consecutive days to help your body adapt to the demands of walking for multiple days in a row. Take every opportunity you can to walk. If you have a fitness watch or phone, you should try to reach >15,000 steps every day.

Ensure you can comfortably walk the average distance per day displayed in the graph, at least one month before you undertake your hike.

ELEVATION - BELOW AVERAGE

Elevation is not a major consideration in your overall training program. However, you should still incorporate some form of resistance training to increase your endurance

TERRAIN

SAND TERRAIN

To prepare for walking on sand you will need specialised training owing to the soft and yielding nature of this type of terrain. It has a distinct impact on the body, especially the calf muscles as you get older. Sand moves when we walk and can lead to the overextension of the calf muscles resulting in discomfort and aches over prolonged periods.

To avoid this you should target exercises for lower body strength such as lunges, squats, and calf raises. Incorporate barefoot walks on soft surfaces such as grass to improve balance and foot muscle strength. Practice walking on the beach or sand dunes if you can to acclimatise to the unique demands of a sandy terrain.

UNEVEN TERRAIN

Preparation for hiking on uneven terrain demands a blend of physical and mental readiness.

Begin with balance-enhancing exercises, such as one-legged stands and stability ball workouts, laying a groundwork for stability and coordination. Strengthening the lower body is especially important, achieved through the incorporation of squats, lunges, and step-ups. Gradually increase the complexity of the terrain on which you walk, moving from gravel paths to rocky trails. Cultivate mindfulness during your practice, directing focused attention to both your immediate surroundings and precise foot placement.

The importance of suitable footwear cannot be overstated; prioritise options that offer robust support and reliable grip to navigate varying terrains with confidence. Build endurance through consistent hikes, progressively increasing distance and difficulty.

GENERAL INFO

The walking is moderate to challenging but done at a pace that suits everyone. Walks consist of mostly coastal tracks with some bushland 4WD tracks and sections of beach. On average, we walk 16 km per day, with longer days reaching distances of up to 22 km. This is a rewarding expeditionary hike and at 135kms, making it Australia’s longest coastal walk.

Two professional and experienced guides, knowledgeable of the area and its natural surroundings can offer easier and more challenging walk options along the way.

Pre and post-tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Perth, however, we pick up and drop off from one hotel, the DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Waterfront, 1 Barrack Square, Perth. The tour starts at 8:00 am at the DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Waterfront. We arrive back in Perth at approximately 7.30 pm on the last day.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

 

WEATHER

See the Bureau of Meteorology’s information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

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Source; BOM

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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  1. Caroline H

    20 September, 2018 at 7:12 AM
    5

    We just finished the 10 day Cape to Cape walk in Western Australia as a group of 9. It was a wonderful experience. The organising was excellent, the accommodation really lovely and the food amazing. Our hosts along the way were great (special thanks to Andrea and Eion in Augusta) and to Andy from Busselton & South West Rent a Car for getting us to the beginning and taking us back and looking after us and our luggage along the way. We did a rest day on day 7 and had a wonderful (long) wine tasting and lunch at Howard’s Park in the Margaret River – a fabulous experience too but not a lot of steps that day!
    We woudl definitely recommend AusWalks to do self guided walks with no fuss!

  2. hjmZurich

    17 June, 2018 at 6:05 AM
    5

    “We did the Cape-to-Cape Track from south to north (Augusta to Bunker Bay) with Auswalk. We had a great time, good weather and two absolutely fantastic local drivers (Andrea and Andy) for pick-ups and drop-offs. Auswalk’s arrangements for accommodation in local high-end hotels and restaurants were all honoured: they were expecting us and never turned us away at the end of a 25-km day. The many pages of impeccable written information and instructions also worked out very well for the most part; only once in a while did they fail to get us off a sandy beach.
    Having said all that, and although we live in notoriously expensive Switzerland, we did wonder why Auswalk had to make arrangements with such expensive hotels and restaurants. In Switzerland, after a day of hiking, we prefer to stay and eat in a mid-price accommodation with other hikers, rather than in places where the other guests have spent the day playing golf or driving around wine-tasting.
    We appreciate Auswalk’s work in making our long-distance walk a success (except for the plastic sandwich boxes, etc.), but we would appreciate it even more (and award 5 stars) if there was a more reasonable self-catering or mid-price hotel option and thus a lower overall price for the holiday.”

  3. Julie A

    14 September, 2017 at 6:19 AM
    5

    For the first time, my husband and I decided to embark on a walking holiday. We weren’t sure if we would enjoy it.
    From beginning to end the whole trip was meticulously organised by Auswalk, we didn’t have to worry about a thing, they certainly paid great attention to every detail from the pick up to the drop off. The accomodation was varied. We stayed in 3 places, the first night average and subsequent nights excellent. The walking was at times challenging which created a cohesiveness within the group. The guides were encouraging and enormously attentive with great knowledge and enthusiasm. If you’ve never been on a walking holiday and even if you have we definitely recommend Auswalk.

  4. Roved

    21 April, 2017 at 6:53 AM
    5

    I’ve just returned home after completing the Auswalk self-guided Cape to Cape walk in WA. It was amazing!!! The walk itself is brilliant – while long (135kms over 7 days of walking) it was not too challenging and the coastal views, magnificently coloured waters, wild beaches… loved it all! And Auswalk organised it all magnificently. While we felt ‘alone’, it was great to know that someone was ‘keeping an eye’ on us, and that at the end of each day transport was waiting for us to take us to, or we walked directly into, extremely comfortable and welcoming accommodation. Food along the way was excellent too! This was my second self-guided walk with Auswalk; I am already planning my next one! I highly recommend this extremely helpful, reliable and personable company: I wouldn’t consider another company after the two great experiences I’ve had with them.

  5. Meredith V

    4 December, 2016 at 3:03 AM
    5

    We did the 8 day option in November (including a rest day in Margaret River- highly recommended!). We were very lucky to have loads of wildflowers still blooming and pretty good weather – 2 hot days, 2 days with a bit of rain and wind. The walking is beautiful and achievable despite some soft sand beaches that are tough. The organisation by Auswalk is top notch, accommodation and food very good to excellent. An all round excellent holiday

  6. joanwD5272MV

    1 October, 2016 at 4:14 AM
    5

    Recently completed the Cape to Cape walk in Western Australia with Auswalk. Over 8 days we walked 135km. 2 Guides assisted the group of 19 people of varying levels of fitness. This was my first real hike and I totally enjoyed the walk and was very happy with the guides who were always ready to assist in any way to ensure the walk was a success for everyone. They even arranged a fun evening the last night handing out fun awards.

  7. Jennifer K

    20 September, 2016 at 6:24 AM
    5

    We walked the Cape to Cape with Auswalk. Terrific personalized support; seamless, transparent logistics with lovely people who have a trusting relationship with Auswalk; great accommodation and excellent food. Can’t say enough, will do as many more as my legs will allow!

  8. triciagorman65

    25 August, 2016 at 9:29 PM
    5

    Auswalk helped make this walk unforgettable. The accommodation was first class. It is a great way to see WA coast

  9. Lesley C

    28 April, 2016 at 4:12 AM
    5

    Our holidays always involve walking and as we are getting older we want to do it comfortably. Having done two walks with Auswalk ( Cape to Cape and Blue Mtns) we are happy to say they compare well with the best of the similar UK walking holidays . If anything accommodation better! The weather definitely is!
    Booking online was a delight with quick responses with one person. We value the self guided option – walking notes were good and up to date, hosts friendly and accommodating.

  10. selenaestelle

    2 October, 2014 at 9:08 PM

    AUSWALKS is a great walking company. I recently completed Cape to Cape inWestern Australia. It was a wonderful holiday. this company runs like a well oiled machine and always at the heart of their administration is the care and welfare of their walkers. There were 16 walkers in a group … In a very short time we had a great connection. Food and accommodation was great and the coast scenery breath taking. Well done!

  11. Sharoninsc

    3 September, 2014 at 9:13 PM

    Last October my husband and I joined others on the Great Ocean Walk organized by Auswalk. Every aspect of the trip, from initial inquiries to final steps, were superb. Since we live in the U.S. and had never walked in Australia, we count ourselves lucky to have found Auswalk. We had wonderful guides and the walk, itself, was as beautiful as predicted.

  12. JennCamfromOz

    15 July, 2014 at 9:14 PM

    We did the unguided cape to cape in WA just after Easter – group of 4. The trip notes were well detailed and very comprehensive. Accommodation was of a high standard and provided meals were excellent. The scenery was so diverse, magnificent coastal views every day and we met a lot of friendly people along the daily treks. We took the option of a rest day at day 7 and spent the day in Margaret River, visiting the caves and Voyager winery for a fabulous lunch. Body was tired, so the rest day was welcomed and revived us for the rest of the walk. Would highly recommend Auswalks – they looked after every detail.

  13. Bron L

    11 July, 2014 at 9:06 PM
    5

    The Great Ocean Walk is iconic for a reason – the scenery is ever changing and spectacular. The countryside was full of surprises each day and there was massive variety along the walk, always on well marked tracks. Very few people so a real wilderness experience.
    The Auswalk guides were fantastic, professional, great fun, experienced and extremely knowledgable and passionate about the area. Everyone was encouraged to walk at their own pace, and if needed there was a ‘pull out’ point each day. There was plenty of info along the way without being intrusive.
    The meals at restaurants, and those prepared by the guides, were all superb and the accomodation was great – hot showers and comfortable beds were very welcome each night. Staying at the Cape Otway Lighthouse was a highlight!
    Fabulous experience – thoroughly recommended Auswalk and I will walk with them again!

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Overview

OVERVIEW

Spanning Australia's southwest edge from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste, the Cape to Cape track is the longest coastal walk in Australia, 135 km from start to finish. The extraordinary landscape offers great variety, spanning squeaky white sand beaches, secluded coves, towering forests and limestone caves.

This is a world-class walk that traverses cliff-tops, deserted beaches, hamlets and villages, coastal heathlands, peppermint tree woodlands and majestic karri forests with tall open stands of eucalypt, unique to the location.

Highlights

  • Cape Hamelin with its impressive granite boulders and beautiful bay
  • Coastal heathlands, eucalyptus, peppermint woodlands and tall karri forests
  • The remarkable grotto and natural spring at Bob's Hollow
  • Plentiful ocean views
  • The stunning Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs, and the superb Cape Clairault and Canal Rocks
  • Sugarloaf bay with its red-tailed tropic birds in summer

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
8 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Walks that are longer than 12km with varied terrain. A moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience is recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 3495

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 575

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8

DAY 1
Perth to Prevelly via Margaret River

Starting in Perth at 8:00 am, the first stop is the Margaret River Wine area for lunch. We then make our way to Cape Leeuwin, where we will enjoy a short walk along the first section of the Cape to Cape track. We then travel to our accommodation to settle in.

Walking: Easy / 4 km / 1.5 -2.0 hrs
Meals: Lunch and 2-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 2
Skippy Rock Road to Cosy Corner

Today’s walk is fairly lengthy but well worth the effort; the highlights include Cape Hamelin, a beautiful bay surrounded by granite boulders, sandy Deepdene Beach and a coastal section with unusual solution holes in the limestone rocks. There are epic views over the Indian Ocean as you walk almost the whole way.

Walking: Moderate to Challenging / 17 km / 4.5-5.5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 3
Cosy Corner to Boranup Forest

Explore a secluded stretch of coastline beginning with Boranup Beach. The variety of landscapes traversed today makes the walking even more of a delight. Walk comfortably through coastal heathlands, eucalyptus and peppermint woodlands. There’s a section with masses of grass trees and the first of the tall karri forests.

Walking: 22 km / Moderate to Challenging / 5.5-6.5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 4
Boranup Forest to Prevelly

One of the most spectacular sections of the coastline includes a remarkable grotto and natural spring at Bob’s Hollow. The ever-present azure blue Indian Ocean has a calming quality that works in concert with the walking. The scope of the offshore reefs and the massive seas give you the first indication as to why this is one of the most heralded surfing destinations in the world.

Walking: 22 km / Moderate to Challenging / 6 to 7 hrs / Shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 5
Prevelly to Ellensbrook Homestead

Walk straight from breakfast along the coast to cross Margaret River (tides permitting) through to Ellensbrook Historic Homestead.  Ocean views are plentiful whilst you walk amongst a variety of flowering shrubs. To finish off the walk, you pass Meekadarabee Falls and even a small grotto where a mysterious story unfolds.

Walking: 14 km / Moderate / 4.5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 6
Ellensbrook Homestead to Moses Rock

Continue past Ellensbrook Homestead, a National Trust property where the original owners built a water wheel that’s still operational. Highlights include Wilyabrup Cliffs which are popular with rock climbers, massive granite outcrops and two superb capes. We walk past Gracetown a small settlement overlooking Cowaramup Bay. There’s an opportunity for a coffee break and then onto Moses Rock where we finish walking today.

Walking: 20 km / Moderate / 5-6 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 7
Moses Rock to Yallingup

There’s a long distance to cover today, but it is scenic the entire way. Massive granite outcrops and two superb capes at Cape Clairault and Canal Rocks. The beaches here are also popular with surfers. Today’s walk ends in the small town of Yallingup.

Walking: 18.5 km / Moderate to Challenging / 5-6 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Breakfast, walkers lunch and two-course dinner in the restaurant
Accommodation: Comfortable rooms with ensuites

DAY 8
Yallingup to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

The final section of the walk passes Sugarloaf Rock, a summer home to red-tailed tropic birds. Much of the coast here is limestone, with short stretches of beach, low rocky areas, and the ever-present massive seas. The 135 km Cape to Cape walk culminates around lunchtime at the lighthouse at Cape Naturaliste, thus completing the longest coastal walk in Australia. We then drive back to Perth, arriving at approximately 7.30 pm.

Walking: 14 km / Moderate / 5 hrs / shorter option available
Meals: Cooked breakfast and a walkers lunch

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • Rooms with ensuites, enjoy having a hot shower and a good nights rest in the privacy of your own room 
  • 2 professional and experienced guides
  • All transport from Perth and on and off the track
  • Fully inclusive ( all breakfasts, lunches and dinners)
  • For 4 nights, we eat 2-course dinners at Margaret River Restaurants (for three nights, we use excellent caterers and include Margaret River wine, beer and gin and tonics for any takers).
  • Continental/cooked breakfasts each day and walkers’ lunches
  • 8 days of pack-free walking,
  • Wine tasting – exploring the great wines of the Margaret River Region
  • The benefit of being located in the Margaret River, an area renowned for its excellent food and wine
  • Security of walking with a company that has nearly 30 years of experience in running group guided walking holidays
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

You will have your own bedroom and ensuite bathroom in a 2 bedroom townhouse, shared with other AuswalkersThe townhouses are located in close walking proximity to the beach house, where your guides will be staying. Walkers will enjoy staying in one centrally located accommodation each night, right next to the track and the beach.

Meals: Enjoy a 2-course meal each night, either in-house prepared with our guides and a renowned local caterer or eat out at local Margaret River restaurants. We start each day with a hearty breakfast provided communally in the beach house dining room. Walker’s lunches are substantial with great variety, ensuring you’ll never go hungry. More importantly, we eat lunch at stunning natural locations on the Cape to Cape track that can only be reached by foot.

You will all come together for meals at a nearby beach house where your guides will stay or eat a la carte meals out for three nights at local Margaret River restaurants.

Contact our office for further details.

Drinks: Alcohol and drinks are included with dinners eaten at the beach house only ( tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

  • NIGHTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7

Fitness Guide

FITNESS GUIDE

It’s well worth investing some time and effort preparing for your walking holiday. The graph shows the average daily distance, elevation and terrain difficulty for your hike. The dotted line indicates the average across all our walks, which will give you a feel for how challenging your walk is compared to all – and the recommended type, and amount, of preparation needed.  Of course, you can adapt this according to your existing fitness levels and lifestyle.

The graph and the information below can be used in conjunction with the fitness guide to help you prepare for your walking adventure. Across all walks, average daily distance is 16.8km, average daily elevation is 448m, average terrain difficulty is 5/10.

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DISTANCE - ABOVE AVERAGE

Distance training is a major consideration in your overall training program. As you progress, incorporate longer walks into your training plan.

Schedule one or two long walks each week, gradually increasing the distance until you can comfortably cover 17-25 km in a single day. Also include walks on consecutive days to help your body adapt to the demands of walking for multiple days in a row. Take every opportunity you can to walk. If you have a fitness watch or phone, you should try to reach >15,000 steps every day.

Ensure you can comfortably walk the average distance per day displayed in the graph, at least one month before you undertake your hike.

ELEVATION - BELOW AVERAGE

Elevation is not a major consideration in your overall training program. However, you should still incorporate some form of resistance training to increase your endurance

TERRAIN

SAND TERRAIN

To prepare for walking on sand you will need specialised training owing to the soft and yielding nature of this type of terrain. It has a distinct impact on the body, especially the calf muscles as you get older. Sand moves when we walk and can lead to the overextension of the calf muscles resulting in discomfort and aches over prolonged periods.

To avoid this you should target exercises for lower body strength such as lunges, squats, and calf raises. Incorporate barefoot walks on soft surfaces such as grass to improve balance and foot muscle strength. Practice walking on the beach or sand dunes if you can to acclimatise to the unique demands of a sandy terrain.

UNEVEN TERRAIN

Preparation for hiking on uneven terrain demands a blend of physical and mental readiness.

Begin with balance-enhancing exercises, such as one-legged stands and stability ball workouts, laying a groundwork for stability and coordination. Strengthening the lower body is especially important, achieved through the incorporation of squats, lunges, and step-ups. Gradually increase the complexity of the terrain on which you walk, moving from gravel paths to rocky trails. Cultivate mindfulness during your practice, directing focused attention to both your immediate surroundings and precise foot placement.

The importance of suitable footwear cannot be overstated; prioritise options that offer robust support and reliable grip to navigate varying terrains with confidence. Build endurance through consistent hikes, progressively increasing distance and difficulty.

General Info

GENERAL INFO

The walking is moderate to challenging but done at a pace that suits everyone. Walks consist of mostly coastal tracks with some bushland 4WD tracks and sections of beach. On average, we walk 16 km per day, with longer days reaching distances of up to 22 km. This is a rewarding expeditionary hike and at 135kms, making it Australia’s longest coastal walk.

Two professional and experienced guides, knowledgeable of the area and its natural surroundings can offer easier and more challenging walk options along the way.

Pre and post-tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Perth, however, we pick up and drop off from one hotel, the DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Waterfront, 1 Barrack Square, Perth. The tour starts at 8:00 am at the DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Waterfront. We arrive back in Perth at approximately 7.30 pm on the last day.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

 

WEATHER

See the Bureau of Meteorology’s information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

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Source; BOM

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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  1. Caroline H

    20 September, 2018 at 7:12 AM
    5

    We just finished the 10 day Cape to Cape walk in Western Australia as a group of 9. It was a wonderful experience. The organising was excellent, the accommodation really lovely and the food amazing. Our hosts along the way were great (special thanks to Andrea and Eion in Augusta) and to Andy from Busselton & South West Rent a Car for getting us to the beginning and taking us back and looking after us and our luggage along the way. We did a rest day on day 7 and had a wonderful (long) wine tasting and lunch at Howard’s Park in the Margaret River – a fabulous experience too but not a lot of steps that day!
    We woudl definitely recommend AusWalks to do self guided walks with no fuss!

  2. hjmZurich

    17 June, 2018 at 6:05 AM
    5

    “We did the Cape-to-Cape Track from south to north (Augusta to Bunker Bay) with Auswalk. We had a great time, good weather and two absolutely fantastic local drivers (Andrea and Andy) for pick-ups and drop-offs. Auswalk’s arrangements for accommodation in local high-end hotels and restaurants were all honoured: they were expecting us and never turned us away at the end of a 25-km day. The many pages of impeccable written information and instructions also worked out very well for the most part; only once in a while did they fail to get us off a sandy beach.
    Having said all that, and although we live in notoriously expensive Switzerland, we did wonder why Auswalk had to make arrangements with such expensive hotels and restaurants. In Switzerland, after a day of hiking, we prefer to stay and eat in a mid-price accommodation with other hikers, rather than in places where the other guests have spent the day playing golf or driving around wine-tasting.
    We appreciate Auswalk’s work in making our long-distance walk a success (except for the plastic sandwich boxes, etc.), but we would appreciate it even more (and award 5 stars) if there was a more reasonable self-catering or mid-price hotel option and thus a lower overall price for the holiday.”

  3. Julie A

    14 September, 2017 at 6:19 AM
    5

    For the first time, my husband and I decided to embark on a walking holiday. We weren’t sure if we would enjoy it.
    From beginning to end the whole trip was meticulously organised by Auswalk, we didn’t have to worry about a thing, they certainly paid great attention to every detail from the pick up to the drop off. The accomodation was varied. We stayed in 3 places, the first night average and subsequent nights excellent. The walking was at times challenging which created a cohesiveness within the group. The guides were encouraging and enormously attentive with great knowledge and enthusiasm. If you’ve never been on a walking holiday and even if you have we definitely recommend Auswalk.

  4. Roved

    21 April, 2017 at 6:53 AM
    5

    I’ve just returned home after completing the Auswalk self-guided Cape to Cape walk in WA. It was amazing!!! The walk itself is brilliant – while long (135kms over 7 days of walking) it was not too challenging and the coastal views, magnificently coloured waters, wild beaches… loved it all! And Auswalk organised it all magnificently. While we felt ‘alone’, it was great to know that someone was ‘keeping an eye’ on us, and that at the end of each day transport was waiting for us to take us to, or we walked directly into, extremely comfortable and welcoming accommodation. Food along the way was excellent too! This was my second self-guided walk with Auswalk; I am already planning my next one! I highly recommend this extremely helpful, reliable and personable company: I wouldn’t consider another company after the two great experiences I’ve had with them.

  5. Meredith V

    4 December, 2016 at 3:03 AM
    5

    We did the 8 day option in November (including a rest day in Margaret River- highly recommended!). We were very lucky to have loads of wildflowers still blooming and pretty good weather – 2 hot days, 2 days with a bit of rain and wind. The walking is beautiful and achievable despite some soft sand beaches that are tough. The organisation by Auswalk is top notch, accommodation and food very good to excellent. An all round excellent holiday

  6. joanwD5272MV

    1 October, 2016 at 4:14 AM
    5

    Recently completed the Cape to Cape walk in Western Australia with Auswalk. Over 8 days we walked 135km. 2 Guides assisted the group of 19 people of varying levels of fitness. This was my first real hike and I totally enjoyed the walk and was very happy with the guides who were always ready to assist in any way to ensure the walk was a success for everyone. They even arranged a fun evening the last night handing out fun awards.

  7. Jennifer K

    20 September, 2016 at 6:24 AM
    5

    We walked the Cape to Cape with Auswalk. Terrific personalized support; seamless, transparent logistics with lovely people who have a trusting relationship with Auswalk; great accommodation and excellent food. Can’t say enough, will do as many more as my legs will allow!

  8. triciagorman65

    25 August, 2016 at 9:29 PM
    5

    Auswalk helped make this walk unforgettable. The accommodation was first class. It is a great way to see WA coast

  9. Lesley C

    28 April, 2016 at 4:12 AM
    5

    Our holidays always involve walking and as we are getting older we want to do it comfortably. Having done two walks with Auswalk ( Cape to Cape and Blue Mtns) we are happy to say they compare well with the best of the similar UK walking holidays . If anything accommodation better! The weather definitely is!
    Booking online was a delight with quick responses with one person. We value the self guided option – walking notes were good and up to date, hosts friendly and accommodating.

  10. selenaestelle

    2 October, 2014 at 9:08 PM

    AUSWALKS is a great walking company. I recently completed Cape to Cape inWestern Australia. It was a wonderful holiday. this company runs like a well oiled machine and always at the heart of their administration is the care and welfare of their walkers. There were 16 walkers in a group … In a very short time we had a great connection. Food and accommodation was great and the coast scenery breath taking. Well done!

  11. Sharoninsc

    3 September, 2014 at 9:13 PM

    Last October my husband and I joined others on the Great Ocean Walk organized by Auswalk. Every aspect of the trip, from initial inquiries to final steps, were superb. Since we live in the U.S. and had never walked in Australia, we count ourselves lucky to have found Auswalk. We had wonderful guides and the walk, itself, was as beautiful as predicted.

  12. JennCamfromOz

    15 July, 2014 at 9:14 PM

    We did the unguided cape to cape in WA just after Easter – group of 4. The trip notes were well detailed and very comprehensive. Accommodation was of a high standard and provided meals were excellent. The scenery was so diverse, magnificent coastal views every day and we met a lot of friendly people along the daily treks. We took the option of a rest day at day 7 and spent the day in Margaret River, visiting the caves and Voyager winery for a fabulous lunch. Body was tired, so the rest day was welcomed and revived us for the rest of the walk. Would highly recommend Auswalks – they looked after every detail.

  13. Bron L

    11 July, 2014 at 9:06 PM
    5

    The Great Ocean Walk is iconic for a reason – the scenery is ever changing and spectacular. The countryside was full of surprises each day and there was massive variety along the walk, always on well marked tracks. Very few people so a real wilderness experience.
    The Auswalk guides were fantastic, professional, great fun, experienced and extremely knowledgable and passionate about the area. Everyone was encouraged to walk at their own pace, and if needed there was a ‘pull out’ point each day. There was plenty of info along the way without being intrusive.
    The meals at restaurants, and those prepared by the guides, were all superb and the accomodation was great – hot showers and comfortable beds were very welcome each night. Staying at the Cape Otway Lighthouse was a highlight!
    Fabulous experience – thoroughly recommended Auswalk and I will walk with them again!

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