6 Day Esperance and Margaret River Tour

    This tour explores the iconic landforms, beaches and forests of national parks, camping at night to truly appreciate the areas visited. The south-west region of Western Australia is renowned for its natural beauty.

    The best Perth to Esperance tour! . This 6-day Esperance tour from Perth tour takes you to the southwest region of Western Australia.

    From Perth to Margaret River and all the way to Esperance. You will explore the iconic landforms of Wave Rock, pristine white sandy beaches and tall forests of national parks.

    We spend the nights camping to truly appreciate the wild and wonderful West Coast. Marvel at the crystal clear blue waters in Cape Le Grand National Park, the hiking trails of the Stirling ranges and the local produce of the Margaret River region.

    This Esperance tour gives you the chance to explore Wave Rock and the outback, visit the World biosphere at Fitzgerald River National park, going to Esperance Cape Le Grand National Park, a national treasure. seeing spectacular 360-degree views from Frenchman’s Peak, The Koomal Dreaming Indigenous Experience, heading underground and exploring beautiful Ngilgi Cave, sampling delicious local produce at Margaret River, visiting the Valley of the Giants Ancient Empire walk, and seeing the coastal rock formations of Albany.

    As you can see Adventure awaits you in the South-West on our Perth to Esperance tour.

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    Esperance & Margaret River Adventure Tour

    Adult( 13 - 99 ) From $1,495
    Child( 2 - 12 ) From $1,196
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      Day 1: Perth to Margaret River

      A couple of hours south of Perth our adventure begins with a meaningful experience when we visit FAWNA to participate in some volunteer work. This wonderful not-for-profit organisation, run solely by volunteers, was established in 1984 to support wildlife rehabilitators to provide the best care for orphaned, injured, or abandoned wildlife. Tasks vary depending on the day but include things like
      cleaning wildlife enclosures, gardening or planting trees. Meet and learn from the passionate people that protect the region’s wildlife, such as the critically endangered Western Ringtail Possums to
      kangaroos, birdlife and reptiles.
      In the popular tourist town of Busselton. It’s hard to miss the 19th-century jetty stretching 1.8km
      into the turquoise Geographe Bay. Grab a coffee and chat about the exciting things to come on your
      Esperance tour.
      A little way down the road, arrive at the Ngilgi Cave Ancient Lands, an immersive above and belowground experience. Go beneath the earth’s surface for a 45-minute semi-guided tour of the
      exquisitely decorated Ngilgi Cave. Above ground, discover 600 million years of stories associated
      with the land and its people. Then above ground, follow a pathway through the native bushland
      bringing to life the creation of the land, cave formations, cultural connection and native flora and
      fauna through a series of experiential nodes.
      After a picnic lunch, it’s time to taste the world-renowned Margaret River region. Visit a couple of
      cellar doors for tastings before arriving at our campsite to relax over dinner and spend your first
      night under the stars of the Milky Way.
      Today’s driving distance is around 320km.
      Swag camping at Big Valley Caravan Park, which has toilet and shower facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 2: Margaret River to Walpole

      This morning, embark on an inspiring 7km hike along one of the most scenic sections of the Cape to
      Cape Track from Conto’s to Redgate Beach. Then, cool down with a swim before travelling a short
      distance to the Margaret River township. Enjoy some free time to wander the main street, discover
      the eclectic mix of shops and galleries, and grab lunch.
      Continue south into the pristine forests of the Walpole Wilderness Region. Within the old-growth
      karri forest of Warren National Park, you will find the Bicentennial Tree. At 65 metres high, this
      magnificent tree was once used as a fire lookout, but these days visitors brave enough to climb the
      165 pegs to the top are rewarded with magical views.
      This evening, set up camp at idyllic Peaceful Bay and watch the sunset over the ocean. Settle in for
      another night of campfire tales under the stars.
      Today we drive around 350km.
      Swag camping at Peaceful Bay Caravan Park, which has shower and toilet facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 3: Walpole and Albany

      After breakfast, we’ll pack up and roam to William Bay National Park. Here, turquoise water and
      snow-white sand are primed for swimming at Greens Pool. Enjoy some free time and a bite to eat
      before cruising along a scenic stretch of coastline to Albany. See how years of natural erosion have
      crafted incredible rock sculptures and granite bluffs at the Natural Bridge and The Gap.
      Travel onwards to the Porongorups, which rise from the landscape like an island. Over 1,100 million
      years in the making, the striking granite outcrop of Castle Rock invites you to walk its 670-metre
      peak through tall Karri and Marri tree forest and take in the jaw-dropping view from the suspended
      Granite Skywalk. Then, back on the bus, a drive through the picturesque Stirling Ranges will bring us
      to our campsite for the night.
      The driving distance today is around 240km.
      Swag camping at a private campsite at Mt Trio, which has shower and toilet facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 4: Mt Trio to Cape Le Grand National Park

      This morning we have some distance to cover but come lunchtime, turquoise water will replace red
      dirt as we head into Esperance. This part of Western Australia has no less than nine national parks
      and some of the best beaches in the world.
      Grab a bite in Esperance before connecting to Country during a 90-minute Dabungool Cultural
      Experience. Join local Wudjari Nyungar mother and daughter as they guide you on a coastal walk to
      learn about the six seasons, bushfood and medicine plants that have sustained the Wudjari people
      for many thousands of years.
      Next, drive along one of the most enchanting stretches of oceanside road you’ll ever see. Take a dip
      at Twilight Beach, one of many breathtaking beaches along the iconic Great Ocean Drive. Travel a
      little further east to Cape Le Grand National Park, where we will set up camp at Lucky Bay. Here, you
      will find an ocean coloured all imaginable shades of blue and sand so white and fine it squeaks
      between your toes. The rest of the day is at your command. Bush walk through the untamed
      landscape or kick back on the beach and soak up the serenity.
      Today, the driving distance is around 525km, with plenty of stops along the way.
      Swag camping for two nights in the well-equipped camping area at Lucky Bay which has shower and
      toilet facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 5: Cape Le Grand National Park

      Sunrise is a sacred time here, and it’s also when the friendly western grey kangaroos are at their
      most active. Wander onto the beach to say hello before we spend a whole day unearthing this
      incredible national park in one of Australia’s most biodiverse regions. Traverse through lush
      bushland, swim at fantastic bays and coves and learn about its abundant flora and fauna. There are
      several hikes to choose from, or you can kick back and relax on the beach.
      This afternoon, embark on one of the best hikes of the tour, climbing Frenchman Peak to watch the
      sunset on our last night together.
      There are only 10km of driving today within the national park.
      Swag camping again at Lucky Bay.
      Meals Included
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      Day 6: Esperance to Perth

      We have a lot of distance to cover today, so it’s up early and on our way. Stopping for lunch at a
      quintessential outback town, we’ll continue until we reach the 2,700-million-year-old Wave Rock.
      Rising 15 metres above the ground, surfing this natural granite wonder is a must-have photo
      After, it’s back on the bus to see the historic township of York. Surrounded by pretty countryside, it’s
      easy to see why this location was the first inland settlement for Western Australia’s early colonists.
      Learn about the Rabbit-Proof Fence, built between 1901 and 1907 to keep rabbits and other
      agricultural pests from the east out of Western Australia.
      Finally, roll into Perth around 6.30 pm after travelling around 780km with stops along the way.
      Meals Included
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      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      • Walk a stunning section of the Cape to Cape Track
      • Engage with Indigenous culture at Koomal Dreaming
      • Taste your way around the Margaret River region
      • Explore the ancient forests of Walpole
      • Experience the coastline and rock formations of Albany
      • Take a dip at Twilight Beach
      • Camp at the iconic Lucky Bay
      • Be wowed by Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park
      • Marvel at the weird and wonderful Wave Rock

      Essential things to pack

      • Hat
      • Sunscreen
      • Walking shoes/boots
      • Rainproof jacket
      • Insect repellent
      • Water bottle
      • Bathers/towel
      • Sleeping bag (you will need to bring your own)

      Important Booking Info

      • This tour is a camping adventure, and participation and involvement are required from our passengers. People do need to enjoy the outdoors, hiking, and be able to cope with extreme weather conditions if travelling at the peak of summer. Camping on this tour is a mixture of national parks, campgrounds and bush camps (no facilities).
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