Trekking in Margaret River a highlight for best friends

trekking in Margaret River

Best friends and “full moon sisters” Pam Daley and Vee Rowe just completed an amazing week of trekking in Margaret River. The nurses, who have known each other for more than 20 years, made a pact several years ago to go on a hiking adventure every year during a full moon. After their first trip […]

Margaret River’s favourite hike just got shorter!

Margaret River's favourite hike

Margaret River’s favourite hike has become easier to tackle! That’s because the Cape to Cape Track has officially been revised down to 124km. The revision is 11km less than the 135km total which has been used for many years as the designated length of Margaret River’s favourite hike. It’s good news for hikers planning to […]

Trail running in Margaret River a big hit

running the Cape to Cape Track

A new trail running in Margaret River experience is off to a flying start with the first athlete giving it the thumbs up. Cape To Cape Explorer Tours has just launched a self-guided option for tackling the Margaret River region’s 124km Cape to Cape Track in only three days. The equivalent of running a marathon […]

New Cape to Cape Track trail run

Cape to Cape Track trail run

A Cape to Cape Track trail run experience is now available for those wanting the ultimate physical challenge in pristine nature. Cape To Cape Explorer Tours has launched a self-guided option for tackling the Margaret River region’s 124km Cape to Cape Track in just three days. We already offer guided and self-guided end-to-end hikes over […]

Cape To Cape Explorer Tours guide Meg shortlisted for tourism accolade

Cape to Cape Explorer Tours guide Megan Pardoe canoeing across the Margaret River

Huge congrats to one of our most-loved guides and Cape To Cape Explorer Tours operations manager Megan Pardoe. She’s a finalist in the Sir David Brand Young Achiever Medal! We already know she’s awesome. But being shortlisted for this Tourism Council Western Australia award means she’s been recognised by her peers for her ongoing contribution to the WA tourism industry. Anyone […]

Lock the Gate on Fracking in the Southwest

The Margaret River Region lies right in the middle of one of the worlds 36 biodiversity hotspots. With over 7,500 plant species with half of those being found no where else in the world, it should come as no surprise that in 1 hectare of pristine bushland here in the southwest you could find more species than […]