Day 3 - Margaret River via Busselton
Continue south to Mandurah and wander the foreshore of Mandjar Bay. At Bunbury, go diving the wreck of a scuttled pirate boat and at Busselton, walk along Australia’s longest timber jetty to the marine observatory. Drive to the Cape Naturaliste lighthouse for panoramic views across the ocean. Between June and September southern right whales glide up the coast on their annual migration.
Day 4 - Explore the Margaret River region
Margaret River is famous for its premium wineries, all of which are located within a short driving distance to each other. This boutique region has an alluring mix of natural wonders, microbreweries, spectacular beaches and beautiful art galleries. From Geographe Bay in the north, down the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, through picturesque vineyards and karri forest of the heartland and beautiful Cape Leeuwin in the south, you'll discover a place of great natural contrasts. Stay at least 2 days.
Day 5 - Walks in the Margaret River region
The most famous walk is the Cape to Cape Track, a 5-6 day track covering the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, along the coast to Cape Leeuwin, Augusta. However you can do smaller parts of this track which actually include some of the best highlights! The Meelup Reserve Trail is also a beautiful coastal walk along Geographe Bay, enhanced with bays and pristine bush land.
Day 6 - Caves and Art in the Margaret River
The Margaret River Region contains a wonderland of underground limestone caves with guided tours. See the enormous chambers in Jewel Cave, take a self-guided tour of the Mammoth Cave and visit Yallingup’s Ngilgi Cave to hear the Aboriginal Dreamtime Story. Gaze at the stalagmites and stalactites. Meander through country roads of Yallingup’s Marrinup and Gunyulgup drives in Yallingup and visit solitary art and furniture galleries. Visit the gallery scene on Margaret River’s main street.