Margaret River & South West WA

With its magnificent native forests, fertile wine-growing valleys and coastline of pristine beaches, granite headlands and technicolour wildflowers, the south west corner of Western Australia is a region of remarkable beauty and biodiversity.

Join us as we trek sections of one of the world’s finest long-distance walking trails, the Bibbulmun Track, as it stretches through ever-changing landscapes from the Perth Hills to historic Albany; or tackle the outstanding Cape to Cape Trek and discover the diverse scenery of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and world-renowned Margaret River wine region.

Take a look at our unique small group itineraries and start planning your adventure through Australia’s stunning South West.


 

Exceptional Leadership

As our client feedback will attest to, there is no better team of leaders than those at Australian Walking Holidays. Their expertise & knowledge is matched only by their friendly nature and their desire to impart everything they know about the Australian landscape to you.

Small Groups

We think small is good; it limits the environmental impact and allows you to forge life-long friendships with like-minded travellers. Feedback from our clients attests to the appeal of the small group dynamic – our clients say it's this that makes it special.

Your Comfort

The best available food, warmth and shelter is standard on our active wilderness holidays, with selected character lodgings as well as quality camp craft and equipment. This ensures that you have the most rewarding and memorable experience.


The South West of WA is greatly influenced by the cold Southern Ocean. In October and November temperatures can range between 10 degrees at night and 25 degrees during the day. From December to March temperatures can range from 15 degrees at night to daytime temps of 30 degrees, with occasional blustery southerly winds and light rain. Rare summer days up to 40 degrees may be experienced and tours may be modified to suit the conditions on the day.