Where to stay on the Cape to Cape Track
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The 130km Cape to Cape Track traverses the length of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and overlooks the adjoining Ngari Capes Marine Park, alternating spectacular sweeping cliff-top views with stretches of pristine beach.

At any time of the year there’s a good chance of seeing dolphins, and between June and September whales pass close to shore on their annual migration between the Southern Ocean and their breeding areas further north. Most are humpbacks, the species that breaches the surface more than any other, but you may also see southern right whales and, if you’re very lucky, a blue whale.

It’s not all about the coast though, there are several inland forays which take in some lovely sheltered woodland sections as well as the magnificent Boranup Forest of towering karri.

The Track varies from the ‘access for more’ section to Cape Naturaliste with a shallow gradient and a smooth, wide constructed surface to steep, rough stony paths and sandy beaches. It is for walkers only – except where the route follows some of the 4WD tracks that are frequented by surfers accessing their favourite breaks at this world-famous surf location.

To tackle the whole Track in one trip is a great challenge (usually 5 – 7 days), but multiple vehicle access points allow the Cape to Cape Track to be completed in smaller segments. The overnight options include some very basic camping areas for Track walkers only, campgrounds with more facilities and vehicle access and, this being the tourist mecca of the Margaret River wine region, plenty of other accommodation right up to the highest levels of luxury and pampering.

If you want to carry a 20kg pack along the way there are some beautiful campsites surrounded by the native flora. There are five low-key campsites for walkers wishing to camp out along the Track. [Mount Duckworth, Moses Rock , Ellen Brook, Point Road Boranup and Deepdene Beach Campsites] These, together with existing campgrounds and caravan parks, provide places to camp roughly a day’s walk apart along the length of the Track. Each of the Track campsites has a bush toilet, a rainwater-tank filled from the toilet roof, a picnic-table, and seats. There are no shelters and walkers need to carry their own tents. There are no fees for using the campsites. Two other National Park campgrounds have toilets and fireplaces where camping fees are payable. These are Contos campground and Hamelin Bay campground. There are also privately owned campgrounds at Yallingup, Gracetown and Prevally.

Fire restrictions apply as this is amongst the highest rated fire risk areas in Western Australia.  Carry a fuel stove and do not light campfires outside of the designated National Park campgrounds.

The quality of water is highly variable, with creeks generally flowing from vineyards and farmland. All drinking water, except that from town taps should be treated. Don’t rely on streams because they dry up in summer. In summer, walkers should carry a minimum of 3 litres of water for a day’s walking, and more if camping.

If you don’t want the hassle of carrying a cumbersome backpack and water over the 135km, Cape to Cape Explorer Tours will look after all the essentials for you and just leave you to WALK THE TRACK. We will organise great food, accommodation, company and a personalised guide.  Your safety and satisfaction are our priority and our attention to detail and love of looking after all the ‘little things’ is what we offer.

 

 

 

ACCOMMODATION ON THE CAPE TO CAPE TRACK
  • Surf Point Resort, Gnarabup – Quality accommodation at affordable prices – clean, comfortable and friendly property. Catering for all visitors, including couples, families, large and small groups and solo travellers who are looking for well priced accommodation within walking distance of the famous Margaret River Beaches.

 

  • Margarets Beach Resort – Just 10 kilometres from the town of Margaret River, on WA’s spectacular South West Coast, and just 500 metres from pristine Gnarabup Beach, Margarets Beach Resort is the only resort accommodation by the sea. Offering idyllic 4 star apartment accommodation, Margarets Beach Resort is one of the best beach resorts in Western Australia.

 

  • Smiths Beach Resort – Smiths Beach Resort is the finest luxury accommodation Yallingup has to offer.  This Small Luxury Hotel of the World has been carefully constructed to cause minimal impact on the environment and provides our guests with the ultimate in luxury accommodation Dunsborough and Yallingup has to offer.

 

  • Chandlers Smiths Beach Villas -Enjoy stunning panoramic views from every one of our comfortable self-contained villas.  Our villas are just a short 200m stroll up from Smiths Beach.

 

 

Cape to cape Track accomodation

 

 

Cape to Cape Track Accommodation and Tours

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