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Gene Hardy shares Cape to Cape Track

Gene Hardy shares Cape to Cape Track

A stunning day on the Cape to Cape Track - in pictures - with Cape to Cape Explorer Tours founder Gene Hardy! Noone knows Margaret River's iconic 124km hiking trail like Gene. And the chance to walk on country and hear his passion for the region is an epic experience....

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5 top walks in Margaret River

5 top walks in Margaret River

The epic Cape to Cape Track stretches 132km from end to end, but it also offers plenty of shorter, top walks in Margaret River for those on a time limit. In fact, there are heaps of options on and around the Track, ranging from a gentle stroll to a full-day trek....

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Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Explore the spectacular Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park that fringes the Margaret River region and is home to the Cape to Cape Track. Read on to learn more! The Leeuwin Naturaliste: the national park with it all The spectacular Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park...

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New Cape to Cape 3 Day Highlights tour

New Cape to Cape 3 Day Highlights tour

Great news - we've added a new self-guided 3 Day Highlights tour. It's the perfect way to sample some of most spectacular sections of the Cape to Cape Track in a 3-day mini-break. The new tour is ideal for a long weekend getaway. Or for visitors with limited time who...

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Our guides caring for country

Our guides caring for country

The guides at Cape to Cape Explorer Tours are caring for country by helping to map and report any environmetal weeds they see in our region. That includes on or near the Cape to Cape Track during our hiking adventures. Or, in their spare time when they are out and...

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Surfpoint Resort’s Nic Chirico nominated for major award

Surfpoint Resort’s Nic Chirico nominated for major award

We’re excited to announce Nic Chirico - general manager of our Cape to Cape Explorer Tours accommodation hub Surfpoint Resort - is shortlisted for a big award! Nic's a finalist in the Perth Airport 2024 WA Tourism Awards in the Individual Excellence in Customer...

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8-Day Guided Cape to Cape hike in photos

8-Day Guided Cape to Cape hike in photos

Read on for a taste of our 8-Day Guided Cape to Cape hike - in photos taken by our guides during the hike! It's the end of our autumn season on Margaret River's iconic 132km hiking trail. So we thought we'd celebrate by sharing some great photos from one of the last...

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Northern and southern Cape to Cape highlights

Northern and southern Cape to Cape highlights

Our two newest self-guided Cape to Cape highlights hiking tours are proving a big hit! We recently added the Cape to Cape northern and southern highlights tours. Both are self-guided, multi-day adventures on the 124km Cape to Cape Track in Western Australia's rugged...

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Indigenous culture on Wadandi Boodja

Indigenous culture on Wadandi Boodja

The Margaret River region and the Cape to Cape Track is steeped in indigenous culture. The Wadandi or Saltwater People walked these paths for 60,000 years. At Cape to Cape Explorer Tours, bringing the Wadandi culture to life for our hikers is a key part of the guided...

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New faces on the Cape to Cape Track

New faces on the Cape to Cape Track

We've had some wonderful hikers join us for self-guided hiking adventures on the Cape to Cape Track during autumn. Here are some of their stories!Friends tackle Cape to Cape Track on annual hike holiday Alecia Benzie and friends are pictured above ready to embark on...

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Mothers and daughters Margaret River hike

Mothers and daughters Margaret River hike

What a gorgeous group of mums and daughters tackling our 8-Day Guided End-to-End adventure on the Cape to Cape Track this week. Our guides took so many great photos over the course of the week we thought we'd share some of our faves! A week packed full of adventure on...

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Salmon season in the South-West

Salmon season in the South-West

It's not just hiking that makes the Margaret River region so spectacular - the marine life in also impressive, especially during salmon season. While hiking the Cape to Cape Track we often spot huge schools of salmon, attracting anglers and ocean predators alike!...

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Margaret River’s world-class surfing

Margaret River’s world-class surfing

Before Margaret River was renowned for its hiking, wines and tourism, it was surfing that put the region on the international map. And this week, hikers joining us to tackle the Cape to Cape Track have the added bonus of catching the action during the Margaret River...

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Djeran in the Margaret River region

Djeran in the Margaret River region

Welcome to Djeran! It’s one of six seasons in the Noongar calendar of WA's South-West. Djeran generally spans April-May and brings an end to the hot weather on the Cape to Cape Track.Working with traditional owners in the Margaret River region In the Margaret River...

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Half-day options on the Cape to Cape Track

Half-day options on the Cape to Cape Track

We're often asked if there are any half-day options on the Cape to Cape Track. For people who join our signature 8-Day Guided End-to-End adventure on Margaret River's iconic 124km hiking trail - the answer is yes!  Hiking how you want on your Cape to Cape holiday It’s...

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Cape to Cape Track highlights

Cape to Cape Track highlights

Read on for an informative Q&A with our veteran guide Trev Paddenburg, who discusses the Cape to Cape Track highlights and how to make the most of our your visit to the Margaret River region! From Queensland to WA with hiking at heart Q: What's your earliest...

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We’re off to regional business awards

We’re off to regional business awards

Woohoo! We're stoked to announce another business awards nomination. This time, Cape to Cape Explorer Tours is a finalist WA Regional Business Excellence Awards. Business awards a testament to our passionate team Our founder Gene Hardy says the nomination is a...

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Cape Leeuwin: Edge of the world

Cape Leeuwin: Edge of the world

Cape Leeuwin is a wild place of historical and geographical significance. And it marks the southern terminus of the Cape to Cape Track. Read on for more about this stunning landmark of the Margaret River Region. Have you ever been drawn to the edge? A rain squall...

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Awesome autumn on the Cape to Cape Track

Awesome autumn on the Cape to Cape Track

We've just launched into a hiking bumper season of autumn on the Cape to Cape Track! Our autumn hiking season runs from March through to June, with mild weather and blue skies. And it's a fabulous time to tackle Western Australia's famous 124km coastal walking trail....

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Margaret River’s nature and wildlife

Margaret River’s nature and wildlife

Catching a glimpse of the Margaret River Region’s wildlife is truly something special. From elusive marsupials and shy slithering reptiles to the sweeping rays and dolphins that swim close to the shores, the wildlife in this region is unique and varied. But more and...

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Best swimming spots in the Margaret River region

Best swimming spots in the Margaret River region

When it comes to the best swimming spots in the Margaret River region and on the Cape to Cape Track, you’re spoilt for choice! Whether soaking up the sun. Diving into crystal clear waters. Snorkeling our underground playground. Having a paddle on a SUP. Or trying...

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Get off the beaten track in Margaret River

Get off the beaten track in Margaret River

Getting off the beaten track in Margaret River was the goal for travel writer Ute Junker when he teamed up with Cape to Cape Explorer Tours. This is Ute's story of an epic day out in the region! Best spots to cool off in the summer heat It’s a hot summer afternoon....

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Bibbulmun Track hike in pictures

Bibbulmun Track hike in pictures

Our guides have just returned from our latest Bibbulmun Track hike with a crew of stoked walkers who relished the experience. Here's their week in pictures, capturing some of the highlights of our 6-day guided "Walpole Wilderness Experience" hiking adventure on...

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Solo surfer on the Cape to Cape Track

Solo surfer on the Cape to Cape Track

The remarkable journey of a solo surfer hiking the Cape to Cape Track in the Margaret River Region, famous for waves and walking trails. Pete Gaell brings us - and his surfboard - on a 124km adventure! Completing the Cape to Cape Track - with a surfboard ‘Skate shoes...

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Cape to Cape youth camp a success

Cape to Cape youth camp a success

What an amazing week on the Cape to Cape youth camp with the kids from Martu Youth, who are part of the Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa group from the Pilbara in Western Australia's north! Our guides spent an inspirational week hiking the Cape to Cape Track as part of the camp...

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New faces on Cape to Cape team

New faces on Cape to Cape team

The Cape to Cape team continues to grow with more fabulous new talent joining the ranks of our experienced guides and drivers! We’ve recently welcomed Anu Grace and Ian Dignon to the team. They’re both amazing additions who are super talented at leading guided hikes....

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New season on Noongar calendar

New season on Noongar calendar

There are six seasons on the Noongar calendar which dictated the seasonal movements of the Margaret River region's indigenous people, the Wadandi or Saltwater People. And with hot summer weather arriving, we are now into the season known as Birak. There are many plant...

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Margaret River hiking dates for 2024

Margaret River hiking dates for 2024

Our Margaret River hiking dates are available now for guided trekking adventures on the Cape to Cape Track throughout 2024. There's never been a better time to tick Margaret River's iconic 124km hiking trail off your bucket list! Why hike the Cape to Cape Track with...

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Seasons greetings from the Cape to Cape team

Seasons greetings from the Cape to Cape team

Season's greetings from Cape to Cape Explorer Tours! And what a season it's been. It was our busiest yet, with hundreds of hikers coming to savour the 124km Cape to Cape Track during the spectacular spring wildflower season in the Margaret River region. Looking ahead...

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Snake-Necked Turtle rescue

Snake-Necked Turtle rescue

The Cape to Cape Explorer Tours team were involved in a dramatic rescue of a gorgeous Snake-Necked Turtle that our gides found injured and close to death. But this story has a happy ending with a successful release back into the wild! Injured Snack-Necked Turtle found...

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Joining the war on invasive weeds

Joining the war on invasive weeds

Snap off an arum lily to boost our bush – that’s the message from Nature Conservation Margaret River Region when it comes to problem invasive weeds known as arum lilies. And the team from Cape to Cape Explorer Tours are helping to lead the charge against weeds and...

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Sydney-Margaret River direct flights

Sydney-Margaret River direct flights

Calling all Sydneysiders - visiting the Cape to Cape Track just got a lot easier thanks to new Sydney-Margaret River direct flights. Jetstar announces new direct flights to WA Jetstar Airways announced it will commence direct flights from Sydney to Busselton. That's a...

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Big win at WA Tourism Awards

Big win at WA Tourism Awards

Our amazing accommodation hub Surfpoint Resort won gold in the 3-3.5 star accommodation category at the 2023 Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards! We're on such a high and the entire team is stoked to add another gold to the awards cabinet. Surfpoint the perfect hiking hub...

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13th Cape to Cape hike!

13th Cape to Cape hike!

Keen hiker Julie Blackburn has just completed the Cape to Cape hike an incredible 13th time! She just can't get enough of Margaret River's iconic 124km hiking trail. She's done it solo, camping along the way. And she's done it with Cape to Cape Explorer Tours'...

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“Sensational” Cape to Cape walk

“Sensational” Cape to Cape walk

A group of mums from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia's Goldfields joined us for a "sensational" 3-day Cape to Cape walk. And they left us this amazing review on Tripadvisor of their expeirence on Margaret River's iconic multi-day coastal hiking trail. 3-day Smiths...

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Cape to Cape team welcomes new talent

Cape to Cape team welcomes new talent

The Cape to Cape Explorer Tours team continues to grow with more fabulous new talent joining the ranks of our experienced guides. We've welcomed Bree Zikmundovsky and Sophie van Nordenburg. They're both amazing ladies who are super talented at leading guided hikes....

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Surfpoint Resort stars in nature gardens festival

Surfpoint Resort stars in nature gardens festival

Our Cape to Cape Track hiking accommodation hub Surfpoint Resort is starring in Margaret River's biggest nature gardens event! It is one of seven inspiring nature and wildlife gardens open to the community when the annual Open Nature Gardens Weekend returns this...

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Our team joins biggest beach clean-up

Our team joins biggest beach clean-up

There’s a groundswell of registrations for the 2023 Tangaroa Blue WA Beach Clean-up. Volunteers are putting their hands up to clear litter from most beaches across the Margaret River region. And the guides and hikers from Cape to Cape Explorer Tours will be front and...

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Finalists in WA’s biggest tourism awards!

Finalists in WA’s biggest tourism awards!

Cape to Cape Explorer Tours and our accommodation hub Surfpoint Resort are finalists in the state's biggest tourism awards! And we couldn't be more proud to be gunning for gold medals once again in the Tourism Council of WA's Perth Airport Western Australia Tourism...

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Wildflowers: inspiring awe and wonder

Wildflowers: inspiring awe and wonder

Learn more about biodiversity hotspots, orchid evolution and ancient landscapes with two wildflower experts, including Cape to Cape Explorer Tours guide Trevor Paddenburg. Read on for the full story by Lizzy Pepper.  I've spent the winter months searching the ground...

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Cape to Cape named business of the year!

Cape to Cape named business of the year!

We’re stoked, proud, humbled and honoured to be named the Margaret River region's Business of the Year. And to take out the awards for the categories Environmental Excellence, Tourism Excellence and Robust & Remarkable at the Margaret River Business Network's 2023...

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Finalists in 5 tourism and business awards

Finalists in 5 tourism and business awards

We're rapt to be nominated as a finalist in five different categories in the Margaret River region's biggest tourism and business awards. That includes the categories Tourism Excellence, Environmental Excellence, Local Legends, Robust and Remarkable, and Access &...

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Best shoes for the Cape to Cape Track

Best shoes for the Cape to Cape Track

Best shoes for the Cape to Cape Track? Read on for the lowdown on the best footwear for hiking Margaret River's iconic 124km trail, the Cape to Cape Track. Should I wear hiking boots, trail runners, running shoes, thongs or even go the bare feet option on some...

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Margaret River wildflower season

Margaret River wildflower season

Margaret River wildflower season has arrived and here's your guide to seeing the most amazing floral displays in the South-West corner of WA. With September just a few days away, Western Australia’s wildflower season is well and truly underway. Carpets of colour are...

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Cape to Cape’s 5 stars on Tripadvisor

Cape to Cape’s 5 stars on Tripadvisor

We’ve had so many hikers rave about their experience tackling Margaret River’s Cape to Cape walk - and give us 5 stars on Tripadvisor. So we thought we’d share the love and share their insights into an adventure with Cape To Cape Explorer Tours! Their words aren’t...

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Caring for the Cape to Cape Track

Caring for the Cape to Cape Track

To coincide with Landcare Week 7-13 August 2023, writer and keen hiker Pete Geall talks with The Friends of the Cape To Cape Volunteers and shares some of his own experiences of the famous track. As an avid walker, I’ve been walking sections of the Cape to Cape (C2C)...

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Whale spotting in the Margaret River region

Whale spotting in the Margaret River region

Whale spotting in the Margaret River region: your guide to the best spots - including the Cape to Cape Track - to see these giants frolic. With spring approaching, it's a great time to spot majestic humpback and blue whales. They're migrating south from WA's warm...

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Walking with indigenous seasons

Walking with indigenous seasons

The indigenous Wadandi people of the Margaret River region observed six seasons, with Makuru under way now. It’s the wet season and also the season of fertility. The indigenoius seasons are closely linked to the flora, fauna, weather and connections when it comes to...

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Fungi and flowers of Boranup Forest

Fungi and flowers of Boranup Forest

The enchanted Boranup Forest must be one of the most magical sections the 124km Cape to Cape Track. And as well as the soaring karri trees overhead, there is a special ecosystem of flowers and fungi in the understorey for hikers to enjoy. Stroll beneath salmon pink...

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Cape to Cape Explorer Tours team grows

Cape to Cape Explorer Tours team grows

The Cape to Cape Explorer Tours team continues to grow with some great new talent joining the ranks of our experienced guides. We've welcomed James Hartley, who is the new king of the kids, running our schools program. And Andrew Green, a Margaret River veteran who...

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Sarah W
Sarah W
07/07/2024
Mind and body looked after! My husband booked this for my birthday as we are keen walkers - we did the 14km walk with a guide - it was fantastic! not only was the view amazing but we learnt so much along the way - I would recommend to people who are curious!
jo H
jo H
23/06/2024
Absolutely wonderful walk The views were amazing, such an incredible walk. The support organised by Cape to Cape Explorer Tours was wonderful. They had thought about everything to make our walk so much more enjoyable. We didn't have to worry about accommodation, food or getting dropped off or picked up each day, they had it all planned. It allowed us to just walk and enjoy the incredible views of the whole track. Their staff were amazing. So friendly and helpful and very committed to an eco environment. I have recommend this group to my friends who are considering doing the walk.
Seeitbeforeitsgone
Seeitbeforeitsgone
06/06/2024
5-day Cape-to-cape highlights Cape to Cape made it possible for us to experience the track in comfort and within our time constraints. It's a beautiful hike, and Gene and his team take really good care of you. The food they provide is delicious and they have set up their trips to be as environmentally responsible as possible.
Freedom547922
Freedom547922
30/05/2024
Spectacular Such a well run and caring company, which ensured that our adventure was absolutely brilliant! All of the staff and guides are fantastic and you can tell the staff all enjoy working for Cape to Cape Explorer Tours too....always a great sign to me :)
Donna P
Donna P
27/05/2024
Beauty of the Land and Sea in WA An incredible journey from the beginning to the end with ‘postcard’ scenery at every corner. I had the privilege of hiking with a bunch of people (local and interstate) that kept me laughing all the way. A huge thank you to all the CCET team I met and the ones I didn’t - your countless hours of work were appreciated. My ‘glamping’ was very comfortable and all meals were amazing. This well organised adventure is provided by passionate, knowledgeable and entertaining humans. Thank you all !
Steve C
Steve C
25/05/2024
Absolutely Fabulous WOW, WOW, WOW. I have just completed the seven day end to end guided tour, and it was absolutely amazing. From the initial booking process, all the way from start to finish. This is an exceptional company which is run by passionate and amazing people. From my pickup in Perth to my drop off back in Perth, it was fantastic. The logistics involved in organising this guided hike ran like a well oiled machine. All the staff were absolutely amazing and extremely passionate about there jobs. From drivers to guides to the staff cooking and providing delicious meals every day to all the office staff, and our hosts at Surfpoint Resort, thank you, you are all amazing, I am hesitant to mention names individually as I don't want to miss anyone. Thany you, Thank you, Thank you. I can highly recommend Cape to Cape Explorer tours. And I will be back to do it again.
Leanne B
Leanne B
22/05/2024
Highly recommend Cape to Cape Explorer Tours Great experience with Cape to Cape Explorers Tours. Gene and his team could not do enough for us. Beautiful scenery and a challenging walk if you’re doing the entire track. Highly recommended!
SeaDiva
SeaDiva
16/05/2024
Best hiking tour in Australia Thank-you to everyone at CCET, what a professional, well run outfit. The Guides were incredible, mostly local, born and bred in the region, caring, knowledgable and incredibly passionate about the region. Each day has a different theme and the guides share internesting information relating to that days theme, so you were not only immersed in the beautiful landscape but came away learning so much about this much loved region. The food was incredible, the in house caterng was delicious, healthy, generous and offered great variety. But what made it even better was the opportunity to eat out at local pubs, breweries & wineries, sample local produce and experience a local farmers market. I came away feeling like I'd not just gone on a hike, but was able to really experience the Margaret river region. The accomdation was comfortable, spacious and clean. The staff have thought of everything you could possible need to make your stay comfortable and ensure you recovered each night and woke up refreshed and eager to get back out on the track each day. I cannot think of a thing that I wanted for the entire week. For me what sets CCET apart from other hiking tour providers was their care, generosity and flexibility. Sometimes one size does not fit all. A group hike will attract a range of people, of various ages, fitness and hiking ability. CCET were able adapt and accomodate a range of different needs and ensure got the most out of there adventure. I cannot recommend Cape to Cape ExplorerTours more highly, they are a 5 *operation.
Margaret A
Margaret A
13/05/2024
Fun walking experience I had an incredible time, the guides were professional, shared so much local knowledge and included surprises along the way. The food was delicious and you never went hungry. Accommodation was clean and well managed. I would definitely recommend you take on this adventure Margaret River is full of history and diverse landscapes.
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O3232PRmaryf
13/05/2024
Just brilliant! Excellently organised trip, with great accomodation, food and transport. The track guides and support staff were all fantastic, leaving us to simply enjoy the gorgeous scenery and the experience! A total package . If you are thinking of walking the Cape, this is the group to do it with, whether you choose a guided walk or a self guided experience.

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Phone: 0459 452 038

Email:  info@capetocapetours.com.au

Office and postal address: 1/24 Auger Way West, Margaret River, Western Australia 6285

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