• 7 days guided walking
  • 7 nights in roomy bell tent accommodation with queen bed, linen and towels, rugs and bedside table
  • 1 night in Perth CBD at the 4 star Perth Ambassador Hotel
  • 6 Dinners
  • 7 Lunches
  • 8 Breakfasts

9 Days$2595AUD

Trip Code: CCWA

Cape to Cape Trip highlights

  • Cliff top walking with stunning views of red granite boulders, white sand beaches and turquoise waters
  • Explore the rugged and diverse South Western Australian coastline
  • Wander through the magnificent and ancient Karri forest
  • Stay in comfortable coastal bell tent accommodation in Gnarabup
  • Experience the finest local produce from The Common Bistro, Vass Felix Estate, The Brewhouse, Cape Grace Winery, and Caves House, and our in-house catering company, Cape to Cape Moveable Feast
  • Enjoy pre-trek accommodation in Perth CBD at 4 star Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth
  • Form new friendships with like-minded women

Beginning at Cape Naturaliste in the north, the Cape to Cape Track meanders through windswept limestone ridges, deserted white beaches, giant granite marbles, and towering Karri forest to finish up at Cape Leeuwin in the south.

The Margaret River Region is renowned internationally for stunning scenery, world-class beaches, gourmet food, and fine wines.

Your walk includes stunning and wild coastal landscapes, physical challenge and new friendships, without carrying a heavy pack.

Experience the finest local produce from The Common Bistro, Vass Felix Estate, The Brewhouse, Cape Grace Winery, and Caves House, and our in-house catering company, Cape to Cape Moveable Feast.

Our professional, local guides have extensive knowledge and experience interpreting the natural beauty of the Track. We’ve been hiking, surfing, fishing, and foraging in this local environment all our lives – Nobody knows the local spots, local stories, local food and local wildlife better than us!



On arrival please make your own way to Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth (196 Adelaide Terrace, Perth CBD). This evening you will have time to explore Perth before heading back to the hotel and enjoying a relaxing evening before starting your trek tomorrow. Overnight: Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth

Meals:  Nil

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before your morning pick up from Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth in the Cape to Cape Explorer Tours’ transfer vehicle at 8am. We will stop one hour into the journey, giving you the opportunity to grab something to eat & drink and/or use the bathroom. You will then head out to Cape Naturaliste to meet your guide for the day begin your first day of hiking the track. Please note that you will need to have your water bottles filled and your pack ready for the hike. After the hike you may have the opportunity for a quick swim at Yallingup Lagoon, then you will head straight to dinner at the historic Caves House, please bring a swimsuit and change of clothes in your day pack if required.

Meals:  B,L,D

Pick up from your accommodation: between 7:30am or 8am From Yallingup, pass over the granite headland at Torpedo Rock and on to the fabled Smith’s Beach. After Smith’s Beach the topography changes quickly as giant granite marbles dominate near Canal Rocks. Travel high over the ridge and past Rotary Lookout, before dropping back down on to the beach at Injidup. Ascend over the ridge again, meandering through coastal tee tree and back onto the wild southwest facing coast. Weave through stunning areas of limestone cliff and granite before walking through the stunted vegetation and granite fields of Moses Rock. There are great swimming opportunities today, be sure to pack your swimsuit! Eat in tonight with a delicious, fresh meal from Cape to Cape Moveable Feast. Please give us as much warning as possible if you are considering a half day. HALF DAY OPTION: Begin hiking with the group for the first 9km, and get picked up from Injidup at 1pm.

Meals:  B,L,D

Pick up from your accommodation: 7:30am or 8am The track rises high over several large limestone headlands before flattening out on Wilyabrup Beach. A wonderfully constructed staircase then guides walkers up and onto the stunning sea cliffs that form the famous climbing buttresses of Wilyabrup Cliffs. After passing the cliffs, the track drops back down onto the beach, passing the famous, though severe, surfing breaks of Gallows and Guillotines. The coast then turns decidedly rocky as it ducks and weaves over picturesque granite boulders and finally into the pretty hamlet of Gracetown. Relax here and enjoy an afternoon swim to sooth the muscles and mind. After the day’s walk we drop in for a personalised wine tour and cheese platter at a boutique winery in the Margaret River Region. Eat in tonight with a delicious, fresh meal from our catering team Cape to Cape Moveable Feast.

Meals:  B,L,D

Pick up from your accommodation: 7:30am or 8am Beginning at the picturesque hamlet of Gracetown, follow the low coastline to the historic settlement of Ellensbrook. From Ellensbrook, the track quickly leaves the coast and meanders through sand dunes and past Ellensbrook homestead and Meekadarabee Falls. Visit the isolated coves of Gnoocardup and the turquoise bay of Kilcarnup. Marvel at the centuries-old osprey nest in Horseshoe Bay and then take in some of the world’s finest surfing coastline at Prevelly. Tonight is a free night to unwind by heading out to a local restaurant at your own expense, either on your own or with the rest of the group should you choose. We recommend The Common bistro, conveniently located a short stroll away. Please give us as much warning as possible if you are considering a half day. HALF DAY OPTION: Get on the bus with the group in the morning, and get dropped off to Ellensbrook. The rest of the group will walk to meet you from Gracetown, while you relax or explore the old homestead. Then join the group for the 12.5km into your accommodation.

Meals:  B,L

Pick up from your accommodation: 7:30am or 8am From the limestone ridge at Prevelly you will head down into the sheltered creek line of Boodjidup Brook. Continue on and experience the white sands of Boodjidup before reaching historic Redgate Beach. Next is very likely one of the best sections of the Cape to Cape Track: the scenic coastal cliffs at Bob’s Hollow and Contos. Enter the majestic Karri forest, home to the world’s third tallest hardwood. A longer day, but the solid track under foot and afternoon shade of the karri forest makes it all seem easy. We will stop for a brief cave experience this afternoon – make sure you have a warm jumper or jacket with you. Eat in tonight with a delicious, fresh meal from Cape to Cape Moveable Feast. If you plan on indulging in a massage during your week with us, tonight is a good opportunity. Please give us as much warning as possible if you are considering a half day. HALF DAY OPTION: Relax this morning, and get picked up at 10.30am to be dropped to Redgate. Walk 13km to Boranup Forest.

Meals:  B,L,D

Pick up from your accommodation: 7:30am or 8am Start amongst the tall karris of Boranup Forest, home to an array of wildlife and wildflowers in season. Head south, back into the coastal heath, and down onto the stunningly beautiful Boranup Beach. 7kms of sand walking later, find the protected Hamelin Bay, home to some of the Cape's friendliest stingrays who love a feed of freshly caught fish! Continue on past the many islands and headlands through the coastal heath and past Foul Bay lighthouse until you arrive at the stunning Cosy Corner. This afternoon we stop to have a look at the Margaret River and eat dinner nearby at local microbrewery, The Brewhouse. Remember to pack a jacket or jumper. Please give us as much warning as possible if you are considering a half day. HALF DAY OPTION: Walk 16km this morning with the group, and finish at Hamelin Bay after Boranup beach. Wait here for the afternoon bus to collect you on the way to collect the rest of the group from Cosy Corner.

Meals:  B,L,D

Pick up from your accommodation: 7:30am or 8am The last leg of the Cape to Cape Track faces more into the south than the rest of the coast. True wilderness with limited road access the sights are reserved for the local hooded plovers and you. Granite headlands are broken up by long sections of shoe-sucking sand. Formidable, but every step takes you closer to the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse and the moment of celebration. After a hot shower back at your accommodation, meet at Surfpoint Resort where we share a fantastic slideshow of the last seven days. Then tuck into a celebration fish barbeque dinner with seasonal salads provided for you by our catering team.

Meals:  B,L,D

Pick up from your accommodation: 8:30am If you are staying at Margaret’s Beach Resort, please have your catering box packed for collection by your driver at 8am. They will then drop these boxes off at SurfPoint Resort, collect the rest of the group and return to pick you up at approximately 8.30am. Depart for the city via the Margaret River Farmer’s Market in the Cape to Cape to Cape Explorer Tours Bus. You will depart the farmers market at 9.30am so please order coffees first before exploring the rest of the markets. Between 1pm-2pm you will arrive in Perth where you can either be dropped at the airport or at a central CBD location.

Meals:  B


  • 8 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 6 dinners. Morning tea and snacks are also provided.
  • All catering with a focus on fresh and healthy food, using local produce and exploring the foodie delights of the region.
  • Professional wilderness guide and support staff
  • 7 nights in roomy coastal bell tent accommodation with queen bed, linen and towels, rugs and bedside table
  • All National Park entrance fees
  • Emergency communications and group first aid kit
  • Transport from Perth
  • Photos taken throughout the week will be transferred via Dropbox with a link to the trip photos and final slideshow distributed to you after your walk
  • Cape to Cape Track completion certificate
  • 1 nights pre-trek accommodation in Perth CBD at Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth

  • Airfares
  • Accommodation in Perth after the trip
  • Back packs
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance
  • Items of a personal nature





The Cape to Cape Track can be a challenging walk at times due to the diversity and nature of the terrain and requires preparation. The experience ranges from extended soft sand beach slogs, through to steep (but short) climbs over loose limestone. It involves long, extended hikes that will challenge even the fittest in the group at one time or another. As such, pre-trip preparation is strongly recommended to make the event enjoyable and to reduce the risk of injury. We recommend three key elements to your preparation: Firstly, we strongly recommend training regularly at least 2 months out from the commencement of the tour. This should include some back-to-back day walks and extended walks greater than 15km. We recommend getting off of footpaths and bitumen for as much as possible. Some sand walking and hill walking will really help to build the fitness need on the track. Secondly, the main issue to interrupt a walk of this nature is not the fitness of the participants, but problems with feet, socks and/ or shoes. We strongly recommend that all participants have very well-worn in boots that they have trained in extensively prior to the walk. Issues often emerge even with well worn in footwear after 7 days of back to back walking. This training should also trial any new socks etc. that may be worn during the walk. Training on a range of surfaces and topography will best test gear, shoes - and your body, prior to tackling the diversity of the Track. Having some back up footwear available including runners or hiking sandals often comes in handy on sand stretches or if blisters occur with your main pair of shoes/boots. Thirdly, it will be your responsibility to manage your personal foot care during the course of the tour and address any minor rubbing or ‘hotspots’ straight away so as to avoid these becoming significant obstacles to completing the walk. You should carry a range of dressings and equipment to assist you to manage minor issues before they become serious. Our guides carry a kit for feet treatment in the case of an emergency. Prepare now and reap the rewards during your time on the Cape to Cape Track!

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Options & Supplements*
  • Upgrade to own room with shared bathroomAUD$300
  • Upgrade to own room with ensuiteAUD$560
*Prices listed are per person

Essential Information

Ready to book? Make sure you download and read the detailed Women's Adventures - Cape to Cape End to End trip notes which contains all the essential information you need to know before booking. Once you’ve booked, we will supply you with a Pre-Departure document which contains a detailed gear list and other important information to help you prepare for your adventure ahead.

Frequently Asked Questions

The track runs mostly along the coast. It makes use of old 4WD vehicle tracks, constructed paths and natural beach sections which are mostly sand. Approximately 15-20% of the walk is on the beach with the rest of a mix of cliff tops, coastal heath and forest.

We recommended that you have a reasonable level of fitness for this trip. Walking distances range from 14km to 26km per day, and you will walk carrying a day pack (weighing around 5-7kg). Thorough physical and mental preparation is important for your safe participation and enjoyment of this expedition. As with any active holiday, the fitter you are for the activity, the more you will enjoy it. In short, fitness enables you to do more, see more and simply relax more.

Your tour includes 1 nights pre-trek accommodation in Perth on the first day of your tour.

We run this trip in Autumn (May) and in Spring (November). During these months we have the best chance of nice, sunny days without it being too hot as there is no shade along the track. In Spring you will see lots of wildflowers. April and May tend to have the best weather but there are no wildflowers at that time. The water is still warm though so you can still go for a swim at that time. Rain can occur at any time of year. The average temperatures in the months that the walk runs are as follows:

May: 10 min - 19 max

Nov: 11 min - 23 max

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Positive Impact Travel

By joining this trip you are directly supporting positive impact projects in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We’ve offset the carbon emitted by this trip by purchasing credits that support important projects that address the UN’s seventeen SDGs, like reducing poverty, affordable and clean energy, reducing hunger, clean water and climate action.

Proceeds from this adventure purchase carbon credits through the world’s largest and most awarded carbon project developer, South Pole, which are invested into projects accelerating the transition to renewable energy sources in developing countries.

Supported projects are based on internationally recognised standards and are third-party audited. They entail a series of positive impacts on the ground, which benefit local communities and ecosystems, that are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.