Cape to Cape Trail
Their highly qualified staff and guides are friendly, energetic and entertaining, with a wealth of knowledge to share about the local area and the Track’s geology, ecology, biodiversity, culture and history.
This 135 kilometres track runs north-south between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin. The Track is on a windswept limestone ridge, perched on a basement of ancient and resistant granite rocks. This long thin strip of land forms the backbone of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, and is the setting of the Cape to Cape Walk Track.
Many points along the Track are easily accessible for short or longer walks.
Wander through Western Australia’s iconic wildflowers and coastal heath, along elevated limestone ridges, across deserted beaches and rocky coves and under the karri sentinels of the hardwood forests. Walk the full length over 6-10 days or experience the highlights
Track Transfers for self-guided walkers staying at Cape Lodge
Enjoy walking the Cape to Cape Track with professional logistical support. Enquire about CCET’s Cape Lodge Track Transfer service:
- Morning and afternoon vehicle transfer out of Cape Lodge, including a briefing about safety and the Track, geography, flora and fauna;
- Picnic lunch pack, including gourmet meat/ salad roll, track snacks, juice and tea or coffee;
- Maps; and
- Satellite tracking device which allows you to contact back up or emergency support. Share the provided link with family and friends so they can watch you progress!
CCET’s operations and vehicles are fully licensed and fully insured to service the Cape to Cape Track. With CCET’s itinerary advice, choose how many days you would like to walk and how far each day.
Please advise on booking if you would like to hire a daypack, walking poles or wet weather gear.
Guided Short, Full Day and Evening Walks
Cape to Cape Explorer Tours run a calendar of guided nature walks and also offer private tours.
Exclusive Touring: Private Guided Walks
Private tours depart and return to Cape Lodge. Bookings by arrangement.
Spring -Summer 2015 program of Guided Walks
These walks depart and return to the Margaret River Visitors’ Information Centre, Bussell Highway.
Bookings are required.
For all walks, please bring a water bottle, comfortable walking shoes, hat and if possible, a small backpack
Choose from half-day, full-day and multi-day tours, or our memorable End-to-End Experiences, offered on various dates every autumn and spring. Design a fully-customised tour of the Cape to Cape Track that meets your specific wishes and needs, or have us support your own walk with our drop off and pick up service or safety satellite tracking service
In order to proceed with booking Cape Lodge will have to provide them the following information:
- The number of people in your group?
- The date range that you would like to walk?
- The numbers of days and distances you would like to be walking on the Track?
- If you would prefer fully-guided or self-guided?
Margaret River Wildflower Walks
10.00am-12pm Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays – September to November
$35 per person includes morning tea
Departing from Visitors Centre
Two hour guided flora walk along the banks of the Margaret River, with Cape to Cape Explorer Tours’ botanical experts providing an introduction to the amazing intricacies of the wildflowers of southwest Western Australia. Learn about Margaret River’s fascinating Group Settlement history and also the rare and unique river wildlife, including the ancient lamprey and endemic hairy marron.
Northern Highlights Tour
Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm Price: – $155 Adults / $55 Children under 14 (Cape Lodge Pick up)
A stunning six-hour coastal adventure that traverses the most spectacular northern highlights of the Capes region. Our local guides will share the region’s natural secrets with you: deserted white beaches and ancient granite boulders, limestone cliffs and fur seal colonies, threatened animals and fascinating bush plants.
Wild About Margaret River Tour
This experience departs within walking distance of the Margaret River townsite at 10am and returns at 12.30pm
Price: $55 Adults / $25 for Children under 14
This exciting tour gives you a deeper insight into the real Margaret River – the trials and tribulations of the early settlers, the stunning bushland and secret swimming holes, and what lies behind the incredible biodiversity of this region.As you explore the banks of the Margaret River, your expert guide will share with you the fascinating properties of our bush plants, the bizarre creatures that dwell in the river (such as the endangered Hairy Marron and the prehistoric vampire fish), and the story behind the failed seduction that gave this town its name.We begin at the Margaret River Visitors Centre, and head through the old settlement before winding under a forest canopy along the glistening Margaret River, and dipping our toes in the water with some light local refreshments.
Sunset, Forest & Cave Explorer Tour
This tour leaves from Margaret River at 6.00pm and returns at 9pm, though groups can request private viewings
Price: $75 Adult $55 Children (up to age 14, min age 6)
An exhilarating, three-hour journey to view the sunset at one of the most stunning vistas on the acclaimed Cape to Cape Track, before heading through the forest and into the heart of the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge. Dusk in the doline (collapsed chamber that forms the cave entry) is an enchanted time, with abundant forest birdlife singing out in the giant old growth karris that tower over head.Participants then have the chance to explore the underground wonderland beneath the Boranup Forest via torch light and helmet, while learning about the unique history and geology of this amazing cave – enormous wide open chambers and giant formations – no crawling required.
Information are taken from third party website, we can’t guarantee prices and accuracy
To make inquires or bookings please contact Concierge Véronique by E-Mail Stay@CapeLodge.com.au