A Western Australia tour to two of the great icons of Australia's South West - Towering old growth forests are combined with Margaret River wine, caves, coast and farming heritage.
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Apr to May - Mon
|Start||Perth @ Perth @ 8 am|
|Finish||Perth @ 10.30 pm|
As we travel south towards the Margaret River Wine Region, experience an Australian sheep dog and shearing demonstration at the Yallingup Shearing Shed.
Following lunch visit the chocolate and cheese factories (time permitting) to taste some of their delicious samples and then sample some of the delicious locally produced wines.
At Busselton, you'll see the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Accommodation: Abbey Beach Resort, Busselton or similar
Enjoy some free time in the township of Margaret River before heading out to Surfers Point Lookout to see some spectacular coastal views. At Mammoth Cave we take a guided tour then head further south through the stunning Boranup Forest.
We arrive at Australia's most southwesterly point, Augusta and visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse where the Indian and Great Southern Oceans meet. You'll have the opportunity to climb the 61 metre Gloucester Tree followed by a visit to the Fine Woodcraft Gallery, manufactures of , one of Western Australia's most awarded regional galleries.
Accommodation: Karri Valley Resort, or similar
Take a short stroll to the majestic Beedelup Falls and then travel south to the coastal resort town of Walpole. Here we join our local guide for a luncheon cruise on the Nornalup Inlet, widely regarded as one of the last great wilderness areas. Next stop is the Valley of the Giants ˜Tree Top Walk' which reaches 40 metres high into the forest Canopy. Relax as we travel back to Perth, with a break for dinner (own expense) at the Kodja Place Visitor Centre.
Single Room Supplement: $214