Recently a group of aboriginal children from the northern Western Australian town of Wyndam joined Cape to Cape Explorer Tours’ top guides Gene Hardy and Drew McKenzie on a two and a half hour expedition of one of their favourite stretches of coastline. The group was treated to the sight of passing whales and learnt […]
Experience: The Bunker Bay Evening Expedition Location: Bunker Bay to Sugar Loaf Rock Duration: 2.5 hours Distance: 5kms Difficulty Level: Moderate Equipment Required: Sunscreen, water & enclosed footwear. The wind-pruned vegetation atop Cape Naturaliste on the Cape to Cape Track “A sensational afternoon greeted the group as we set off from Bunker Bay around Cape […]
Experience: The Bunker Bay Evening Expedition Location: Bunker Bay to Sugar Loaf Rock Duration: 2.5 hours Distance: 5kms Difficulty Level: Moderate Equipment Required: Sunscreen, water & enclosed footwear. Afternoon tea supplied. “Magnificent, gorgeous and exhilarating!”, wrote Dr Linda Friedland of her recent experience on Cape to Cape Explorer Tour’s Bunker Bay Evening Expedition on Saturday 16th […]
Participants on the Ocean Kayak Explorer Tour received more than they bargained for in the waters off Meelup Beach today. Predominantly blue skies, 30 metre visibility and impossibly azure water combined to create a scene one would be more likely to find in the Seychelles or Fiji than Western Australia. The group kayaked several kilometers east […]
The Cape to Cape region is fantastic at anytime of year, but the very best season to visit Margaret River could well be mid-spring. The wild winter weather has abated and the mild spring days are perfect for getting out on the water or the Cape to Cape Track to view some of our famous […]
Cape to Cape Explorer Tour joins with Boab to Break and Surfrider Foundation to give Kimberley Aboriginal children the chance to takle Margaret River’s awesome surf and Cape to Cape Track.
Morning Tea at sugar loaf rock.
Here are a few pictures taken on and around the Cape to Cape Track over the past couple of weeks. Spring is certainly here, wildflowers and wildlife aplenty…Gene