Hiking in Margaret River to celebrate wedding milestone

Hiking in Margaret River

Hiking in Margaret River is the ultimate way to celebrate a wedding anniversary. That’s according to New South Wales couple Barry and Deira Robertson, who joined six friends to hike Margaret River’s epic Cape to Cape Track. And on the sixth day of their seven-day guided adventure with Cape To Cape Explorer Tours, they celebrated 49 years […]

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 […]

“Amazing” Cape to Cape Track competition win

Cape to Cape Track

Trekking the Cape to Cape Track is a “dream come true” for mad-keen hiker Abbey Freer, who is our 2019 Great Walks Magazine competition winner. The 27-year-old outdoors enthusiast from Adelaide said she’d never been to the Margaret River region. But hiking the Cape to Cape Track was on her bucket list and she couldn’t wait to […]

Age no barrier to Cape to Cape walk

age is no barrier on Cape to Cape walk

This intrepid couple proved age is no barrier to achieving a bucket-list goal like hiking the Cape to Cape walk. What an inspiration are John Steel, 87, and his wife Ros, 78, who have just finished the 135km-long Cape to Cape Track in the Margaret River region of Western Australia. The retirees, from Gippsland in […]

Nature buffs love Cape to Cape Track

Cape to Cape Track

Nature buffs Jan Edwards and Susanne De Ferranti are in awe of the Cape to Cape Track and the floral diversity and beauty it boasts. “We saw fields of flowers. It was really amazing,” Jan said after her second day on the Margaret River region’s favourite walking track. “The banksia and the orchids are particularly […]

Reconnect with nature – and spot whales!

Reconnect with nature

Hiking the Cape to Cape Track is the ultimate way to switch off from the pressures of life and reconnect with nature and the great outdoors. Just ask Andy Bilson. He’s a emeritus professor at the UK’s University of Central Lancashire. And a world-renowned campaigner for child protection reform. His views are regularly reported on […]

Latest news from the Track

Gene Hardy in Borneo

Did you miss our Spring 2019 newsletter? It’s got all the latest news from the Cape to Cape Track. Some cracking case studies of hikers who completed the trek. How Cape to Cape Explorer Tours nabbed some more awards. And the lowdown on our sister company, Borneo Explorer Tours, and how you can join a […]

Birthday bliss on the Cape to Cape Track

What a great way for Perth hiker Hugh Scott to usher in his 34th birthday – with a 22km hike along the Cape to Cape Track with his partner Sophie. The pair recently spent seven days hiking the entire 135km Track in the Margaret River region from Yallingup to Augusta, through one off the world’s […]

3 Day Smiths Spectacular – for those short on time!

Join Cape to Cape Explorer Tours for a three day coastal experience on the most spectacular sections of Western Australia’s premier coastal long distance hike, the Cape to Cape Track. Stay in 5 star luxury coastal accommodation, enjoy gourmet catering from local producers, including renowned Lamont’s Restaurant and Cafe, along with some of Margaret River’s very […]

Move for Mental Health

Kylianne Farrell is the passionate and inspiring director of The Movement Room and driver of the #moveformentalhealth hike. From November 12th-19th 2017, 11 incredible women joined us to hike from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin over 7 days in support of the Gidget Foundation. Kylianne’s mission for her business ‘The Movement Room’ is to offer […]

Move for Mental Health

Come adventure with us and The Movement Room as we hike from lighthouse to lighthouse, along stunning coastal landscape from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin, to raise awareness for mamas who are struggling emotionally with post natal depression/anxiety. Allowing each hiker with the opportunity to experience and explore how movement/exercise can be a powerful coping strategy […]

Cooler Weather for Walking

The winter months are a great time to get out into the elements and warm up the good old fashioned way with some nature based exercise. There are many things you can do to stay dry, warm and safe throughout your winter hikes and here is a list of some of our best tips. Check the Weather Forecast […]

Salmon seek warm water for spawning

The migration of the Western Australian Salmon (Arripis truttaceus) draw crowds in their thousands to Australia’s south-west corner every year. Although not as delicious as the mouth-watering pink fleshed Atlantic salmon (Salmo solar), and not at all related, the Aussie salmon sure is good fun to fish! More closely related to herring or tommy ruff, anglers enjoy […]