Enjoy the extras on one of our guided end-to-end experiences!

Our guided end-to-end hikes run back to back throughout Spring and so far this year our groups have been having an absolute blast! Not only are they loving the Track and learning about all the different environmental and social elements that make the Margaret River Region so special, they are indulging in wine tastings, massages, cave […]

Walking Back in Time with Kalgoorlie Primary School

The year six’s from Kalgoorlie Primary School recently visited the Margaret River Region for they school camp. Staying at Wharncliffe Mill just by the Margaret River, the kids spent a whole week exploring through the area. As part of their camp they joined Cape to Cape Explorer Tours for a full day hike between Ellensbrook and the mouth of the […]

Product Review: Keens Newport H2

You can currently pick these walking sandals up for $99.95 from the Mountain Designs Outlet online store. Walking over 100kms in boots can sometimes take its toll on our most precious hiking asset. It can be a relief to give your feet a breather for a day or 2 during your Cape to Cape hike. These sandals are comfortable, breathable, secure and […]

Splendid July School Holidays

This July school holidays have been the busiest yet at Cape to Cape Explorer Tours! Even though we have had some wet and windy weather in the Margaret River Region, we’ve been out and about on the Track and underground. The Loh family joined us last week for a Sunset, Forest and Cave Explorer Tour through the […]

Not all snakes are dangerous!

The Elapognathus coronets (Western crowned snake) is commonly spotted by our walkers on the Cape to Cape Track. Growing up to 70cm’s in length, this small snake will usually freeze when approached but will timidly squirm away with any sudden movement. Active throughout most of the year they can often be found sun baking on flattened sedge or […]

Shine a Light Cape to Cape Fundraiser Walk

From 5th – 12th October 2016 Cape to Cape Explorer Tours will be supporting the Shine a Light project in their endeavour to raise funds for refugees both at home and abroad. Last year the Shine a Light project raised $14,000 which went towards the purchase of solar lanterns for young refugee students and audio […]

Science Proves There is Happiness in Hiking!

Recently a lot of evidence has surfaced explaining the science behind how walking in nature can actually change our brains for the better! A dynamic community of writers cooperatively known as Collective Evolution have recently published an article that went viral through social media outlet Facebook expanding on several functional reasons we should all be hiking […]

Gucci team explores the Cape to Cape Track

Luxury Margaret River travel experts, Experiencesmith, Smiths Beach Resort and Cape to Cape Explorer Tours had the pleasure of hosting the executive team from Gucci Australia over the weekend. The team took a walk on Sunday morning with Cape to Cape Explorer Tours Managing Director Gene Hardy to one of the most secluded and picturesque locations just south […]

Warburton’s Wonder World hits the Cape to Cape

After travelling the Southern Hemisphere for several months, Jim and Lesley Warburton took a break from the trains and boats and decided to tackle Cape to Cape Explorer Tours 8 Day Self Guided Catered Comforts hike. Reining from England where they had previously completed a hike of 135 miles, they saw the 135km distance of […]

Jesse Desjardins second round of Cape to Cape Action!

Tourism Australia‘s Jesse Desjardins caught up with Gene Hardy on his recent trip to the Margaret River Region to tackle the Cape to Cape Tack for the second time!!! In February, Jesse consulted Gene prior to his solo end-to-end experience which they concluded with a succession cray fish dive. Jesse has returned to see the […]