Swim, fish and play in beautiful Busselton
Stunning scenery at Yallingup and Dunsborough
The coastal enclaves of Dunsborough and Yallingup offer stunning natural scenery. Million-dollar ocean views across a world-famous surf break at Yallingup. Ancient granite coastal landforms. Plus countless pristine beaches. Inland, the rolling hills are dotted with vineyards offering up superb fine wine and dining experiences. It is near here, at Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, that the iconic 124km Cape to Cape Track hiking trail begins.
Margaret River the epicentre for hiking, wine, nature and cafes
Margaret River’s tall timbers and rich soils give us a wealth of fine wine and incredible produce, but also grow creativity. Fuel up at the Farmers Market or visit one of the galleries to meet some of the vibrant souls who call this place home. Find sanctity in the majestic Boranup Karri Forest or deep underground at Mammoth Cave. And get an adrenaline buzz at Surfers Point. Through this section, the Cape to Cape Track offers some of the finest hiking through a wide diversity of coastal terrain.
Augusta and the end of the Cape to Cape Track
At the southern end of the Margaret River region, Augusta is a charming hilltop town with a close-knit community and sweeping river views. Relax in the untouched environment. Witness the annual whale migration. Taste abalone fresh off the boat. Hire a houseboat and let Hamelin Bay’s resident sting rays glide past your feet. And learn the fascinating maritime history at the award-winning Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse precinct (where the Cape to Cape Track reaches its southern terminus). There’s no feeling on Earth like reaching the final few steps of the 124km Cape to Cape Track and touching the smooth white walls of Cape Leeuwin Lighthuse. You made it!