Cape to Cape Track
What you need to know
Spread across a massive 135km distance, the Cape to Cape Track travels through Karri Forest, surrounding coastal heath and along the magically picturesque coastline of south-west Western Australia. Offering stunning views of remote beaches and historic lighthouses from a range of vantage points including cliff tops, the scenery you will encounter will leave you mesmerised!
Whilst travelling the whole track could set you back 5 to 8 days, venturing a fraction of the track is a must do! Surrounded by incredible flora and fauna, the track runs along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouses. Try your luck at spotting geological formations such as limestone cliffs and caves along the way dependent on what section of the walk you decide to travel! As water resources are sparing along the track, be sure to pack plenty of water and snacks to prevent dehydration if you are planning a long journey!
Only accessible by personal car, the track is open all year round and is a fantastic way to discover this stunning part of Margaret River. If you have a vehicle accessible, we recommend a visit to the Cape to Cape Track!
- No admission cost
- Over 130kms to explore