3 Day South West, Albany and Margaret River
Prices are listed in Australian dollars and include GST.
- Tour Details
Included in price:
Experienced guide, meals as indicated, multi-share hostel accommodation
Available for purchase/hire:
Can upgrade Twin/ Double*$580, Single*$625
6:45 AM Mon, Sat
6.45am from Perth Sightseeing Centre (Cnr Hay and Pier St, Perth City) or from select accommodation Apr, Nov-Mar: Mon Sat May -Oct: Mon
What to bring:
Sturdy walking shoes, hat & sunscreen, towel & toiletries, swimming gear, warm clothing in winter, water bottle, torch, insect repellent, camera and pillow.
Fitness level required:
Pemberton, Albany, Margaret River, Karri Valley, Busselton, Augusta and Yallingup
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Day 1 : Perth to Augusta
We leave early this morning travelling south to the historic Busselton Jetty and picturesque Geographe Bay. After lunch in the Yallingup area, we tour Ngilgi Cave and travel along Caves Road where we stop to sample some of the locally produced Margaret River Wines. We see the famous Prevelly Park surf break before arriving in Margaret River, with time to wander the art and craft galleries before the short journey to Augusta. (LD)
Day 2 : Augusta to Albany
After breakfast we make our way towards the Karri forests and the 75 metre high Bicentennial Tree (you have the opportunity to climb it!). Our next destination is the Valley of the Giants and the Tree Top Walk. Here we walk through the canopy of the ancient tingle forest, 40 metres above the forest floor. At William Bay National Park we view the large granite formations of Elephant Rocks and take a dip in the clear waters of Greens Pool. Travelling east via Denmark we finish the day at The Blow Holes, The Natural Bridge and awe inspiring The Gap before arriving at Albany. (BLD)
Day 3 : Albany to Perth
From the top of Mt Clarence we have spectacular views of King George Sound, the outer islands and Albany. At Middleton Beach we take a stroll along the heritage boardwalk and check out the beach. We begin our journey back to Perth with a stop to climb Castle Rock for stunning views of the Stirling Ranges, then travel through the wheat and sheep farming district. (BL)