Cape to Cape walk to celebrate wedding anniversary

Cape to Cape walk

Tackling Margaret River’s Cape to Cape walk – what an epic way to celebrate a 30th wedding anniversary! Perth couple Mark and Jo Palladino were supposed to be on a luxurious cruise in Europe to mark three decades since they tied the knot. . But with COVID-19 travel restrictions preventing any overseas or interstate travel, […]

Family fun on Cape to Cape trek

Cape to Cape trek

Tackling the Cape to Cape trek was supposed to be a “warm-up” for Perth couple Harvey and Heather Collins. They’d booked flights to Slovenia where they planned too go hiking through the eastern European nation’s open plains and mountains. . Then COVID-19 travel restrictions struck. And their “warm up” hiking holiday on Margaret River’s stunning […]

Animals aplenty on Margaret River’s Cape to Cape walk

Cape to Cape walk

In the far southwest corner of Western Australia, a broad peninsula projects into the Indian Ocean. It is ancient, wild and stunning – and home to an amazing array on fauna.  Running north to south along its western edge is the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park: the setting of the 124km Cape to Cape walk and backdrop to the […]

Cape To Cape Explorer Tours guides hit the track!

Cape To Cape Explorer Tours

Cape To Cape Explorer Tours have used the COVID-19 down time to get out on Margaret River’s Cape to Cape Track. And what a blast we had! Our entire team of guides and support, logisitics, catering and driving staff hiked the 124km length of Margaret River’s favourite multi-day walk. . . Not only was it […]

Latest news from the Cape to Cape Track

Cape to Cape Track

Did you miss out latest newsletter with all the news from the Cape to Cape Track? Click HERE to read it. Cape To Cape Explorer Tours‘ Autumn 2020 Newsletter covers the latest on Australia’s bushfire crisis. But the good news is that the Cape to Cape Track and its flora and fauna have remained bushfire-free […]

No fires in Margaret River despite national crisis

fires in Margaret River

Much of Australia is under threat from bushfires, but there are no fires in Margaret River and the region is proving a summer safe haven. The popular holiday getaway in Western Australia’s South-West is experiencing its annual summer holiday boom. And according to the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, there are no major bushfires […]

Family bonding on Margaret River’s best hike

Margaret River's best hike

A Perth father says tackling Margaret River’s best hike with his 11-year-old daughter has been an amazing way to strengthen their family bond. Michael Musk and his daughter Gemma are mid-way through the iconic 135km Cape to Cape Track. The popular coastal trail in Western Australia’s south-west traverses some of the region’s most spectacular scenery. It […]

Cape to Cape Track captured in prose

Cape to Cape Track

Many people hike the Cape to Cape Track but few capture the experience so well in writing. Wordsmith and outdoor enthusiast Micaela Elphick hiked Margaret River’s epic 135km hike with logistics, track tranfsers and support from Cape to Cape Explorer Tours. And she blogged about the experience as she went in a brilliantly written and […]

80,000 reasons to hike the Cape to Cape Track

Cape to Cape Track

We’re thrilled to be part of an amazing initiative that’s raised $80,000 for charity thanks to hikers trekking the Cape to Cape Track. Cape To Cape Explorer Tours is about to say goodbye to an inspiring group of ladies who hiked the entire 135km length of the track with us. It is the third annual hike […]

Historian’s solo journey on Cape to Cape walk

Cape to Cape walk

A West Australian historian is retracing the past by hiking solo on Margaret River’s Cape to Cape walk. Ron Chapman has wanted to hike the 135km Cape to Cape Track since researching and recording the oral histories of West Australian timber towns. This week, the former Australian Navy officer turned historian is fulfilling a dream […]

Self-guiding success on Margaret River’s best hike

Margaret River's best hike

Brian and Jen Gilbert attempted to hike the Cape to Cape Track carrying all their own gear – but soon found out some assistance was in order. The Perth couple were holidaying in Western Australia’s south-west when they decided to tackle Margaret River’s best hike. But after two days of carrying fully-loaded packs on the […]

Track Specialists finalists for trio of awards

Cape to Cape Track tour company named as finalists in three categories in the Margaret River Region Business Awards. With opportunity to take on the Tourism Excellence Award, Small Business of the Year Award and Western Australia Regional Small Business Award, Gene Hardy, Managing Director of Cape to Cape Explorer Tours (CCET), said that the company had worked […]

Playwright plays with words and imagery on the Track

World renowned Singaporean Playwright and Lawyer walks alone in the south west wilderness on a Self Guided Customised End-to-End Track Experience in June, the coldest winter month of the year. Talented and unique Ms Eleanor Wong, well known for her intellectual gift for law and another for theatrical words, said that she enjoyed the moods of […]

Our Great Friends of the Iconic Track

Last month members from the not-for-profit organisation, Friends of the Cape to Cape Track (FOCCT), joined Cape to Cape Explorer Tours on an eight day guided end to end walk of the Track. Jenny Kikeros, FOCCT member and nature enthusiast was amongst those who walked the whole Track over 8 days. “I have been a […]