Get a bird’s eye view of the Cape to Cape Track courtesy of these epic drone shots taken by hiker Kate Harding and her partner Nigel who joined our recent end-to-end hiking adventure! The pair completed our Guided 8-Day End-to-End hike, walking every step of the 124km Track.

A unique perspective on the Cape to Cape landscape

But they did the hike with their drone, taking some fab shots and giving us a unique perspective on the Cape to Cape Track. “We’ve had a fun week using the drone for photos,” said Kate. The couple call Port Macquarie, New South Wales home but they’ve been holidaying their way around Australia for the past 8 months. “But the Margaret River region has to be one of the best places to use the drone. The scenery is just beautiful and the country is amazing.”

A stunning palette of ocean, granite and forest 

Kate said she loved the colour of her drone shots. “They’re so colourful, that’s what I love about them. The beautiful blue water, the pinks of the granite, and the black of the forest where it’s been burnt. You get the most amazing contrast with the turquoise of the ocean behind it. I also love the perspective of the drone shots from above. It’s such a unique perspective on the landscape. You see so much more. I love the fact that you can see all the detail and capture so much.”

Drone adds fun dimension to hiking the Cape to Cape Track

Co-pilot Nigel said he also enjoyed flying the drone – but was more prone to crashing it too! “I did crash it twice on the final day of the hike. Luckily it happened when Kate wasn’t around!” he said. “It’s just great coming over the top of the hikers as you fly in from the sea.” Kate said hiking with the drone had added a fun dimension to her guided adventure with Cape to Cape Explorer Tours. “It’s a fun toy. Ours is nice and portable It’s tiny. Only 249 grams. So you can fly it really easily and it’s great for hiking because you can pop it in your bag too.”

Drone regulations on the Cape to Cape Track

Drones can be used on the Track. But please remember that operators need to comply with the normal regulations for flying a drone, staying clear of people and obeying all safety protocols. A big thanks to Kate and Nigel for sharing their great pics and giving us a unique perspective on the Track. Book your Guided 8-Day End-to-End hike here.
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