Esperance & Margaret River

Esperance & Margaret River

 Day 01: Embark on our journey just south of Perth with a meaningful start at FAWNA, a remarkable volunteer-driven organization aiding wildlife since 1984. Engage in various tasks supporting orphaned and injured animals while connecting with passionate individuals dedicated to wildlife conservation.

In Busselton, marvel at the historic jetty extending into Geographe Bay before discussing the adventures ahead over a coffee.

Explore Ngilgi Cave Ancient Lands for a captivating underground tour and above-ground journey through the region’s rich cultural and natural history.

Indulge in wine tastings in Margaret River before unwinding at our campsite beneath the starlit Milky Way.

Covering approximately 320km today, immerse yourself in diverse experiences along the way.

Day 02: Begin your day with an invigorating 7km hike along the captivating Cape to Cape Track, stretching from Conto’s to Redgate Beach. Afterward, refresh with a swim before heading to Margaret River township for some leisure time exploring its charming streets lined with unique shops and galleries, and savoring a delicious lunch.

Venture further south into the untouched forests of the Walpole Wilderness Region, where the towering Bicentennial Tree awaits amidst the ancient karri forest of Warren National Park. Climbing its 165 pegs to the top offers breathtaking panoramic views.

As night falls, make camp at serene Peaceful Bay, where you can witness a mesmerizing sunset over the ocean and enjoy an evening of storytelling around the campfire beneath the twinkling stars.

Today’s journey spans approximately 350km.

Day 03: Following breakfast, we’ll prepare to explore William Bay National Park. Its enchanting turquoise waters and pristine white sands await, perfect for a refreshing swim at Greens Pool. After some leisure time and a light meal, we’ll embark on a scenic coastal drive to Albany. Witness the awe-inspiring rock formations shaped by years of natural erosion at the Natural Bridge and The Gap.

Our journey continues to the Porongorups, rising majestically from the landscape. Experience the awe-inspiring Castle Rock, formed over 1,100 million years, offering a breathtaking 670-meter peak hike through towering Karri and Marri trees, culminating in the stunning Granite Skywalk. Following our exploration, we’ll head through the picturesque Stirling Ranges to our overnight campsite.

Today’s drive covers approximately 240km.

Day 04: As we journey this morning, our destination shifts from red earth to turquoise waters as we approach Esperance, Western Australia. With nine national parks and world-renowned beaches, this region awaits exploration.

Indulge in a meal in Esperance before immersing yourself in the Dabungool Cultural Experience, a 90-minute journey into the Country led by local Wudjari Nyungar guides. Discover the six seasons, bushfood, and medicinal plants integral to Wudjari heritage during a coastal walk.

Embark on a mesmerizing drive along the coastline, encountering picturesque beaches like Twilight Beach along the Great Ocean Drive. Reach Cape Le Grand National Park and settle in Lucky Bay, where azure waters and pristine sands await. Spend the day as you please, exploring the rugged terrain or simply basking in the tranquility of the beach.

Today’s journey spans approximately 525km, punctuated by enriching stops along the route.

Day 05: At dawn, immerse yourself in the sacred beauty of sunrise, coinciding with the lively presence of western grey kangaroos. Explore the pristine beach and greet these friendly creatures before embarking on a day of discovery in Australia’s richly diverse national park. Trek through verdant forests, swim in picturesque bays and deepen your understanding of the abundant wildlife. Choose from various hiking trails or simply unwind by the shore.

Later in the day, ascend Frenchman Peak for a breathtaking sunset view, culminating our journey together.

Today’s adventure involves just 10km of driving within the national park.

Day 06: Today’s journey is packed with distance to cover, so we rise early and hit the road. Our lunch break awaits in a classic outback town before we press on to behold the 2,700-million-year-old marvel of Wave Rock, towering 15 meters high. Don’t miss the chance for an iconic photo op surfing this natural granite beauty.

Later, we’ll hop back on the bus to explore the historic township of York, nestled in picturesque countryside. Discover the significance of the Rabbit-Proof Fence, erected between 1901 and 1907 to safeguard Western Australia’s farmlands from eastern pests.

As the day winds down, we arrive in Perth around 6:30 pm, having covered approximately 780km with memorable stops en route.

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