Leave the city of Perth behind you and spend 3 days exploring Western Australia's beautiful South West region. Day 1 of your tour is the road trip down to Albany passing by sheep farming country and the stunning Stirling Ranges before entering the Porongorup National Park and do the hike up to the top of Castle rock too see the beautiful view from the top. Day 2 journey to Augusta via the towns of Denmark, Walpole and Pemberton visiting stunning beaches, cliffs and Tingle and Karri Forest where you will walk along the tree tops and even climb up a 53-metre tall tree, if you dare! Day 3 will you will visit the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse and have a taste of the Margaret River region that will include walking through a cave, wine tasting and visiting the chocolate factory. Lastly, check out the Longest Jetty in the world in Busselton before the drive back to Perth.
Day 1: Perth -- Albany (L, D)
Heading south through the jarrah forest and sheep farming country you will arrive at the stunning Stirling Ranges where lunch will be served. Moving on, travel to The Porongurups and climb Castle Rock to enjoy the breathtaking skywalk.
Continue making your way south to Albany and head to Mt Clarence for the sunset before retiring to your accommodation for the evening.
Day 2: Albany -- Augusta (B, L, D)
On your second day explore the natural wonders of The Gap, Natural Bridge and Blowholes and head west to William Bay National Park, home to Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks. Next is the Valley of the Giants and Ancient Empire, where you can take the stunning Tree Top boardwalk 131-feet (40m) above the forest floor through to the canopy of the Red Tingle Trees. Enjoy lunch before a visit to a fire lookout tree that's yours to climb should you dare. From here, you will journey through to Augusta where you will enjoy an overnight stay.Overnight: Augusta
Day 3: Augusta to Perth (B, L)
In the morning set off for Cape Leeuwin where the Indian and Southern Ocean meet. Next continue on to the Margaret River region and experience everything that makes this region famous. First stop is a spectacular cave, one of more than 300 cave formations in the region. Following this is trip to a local winery to try some of Margaret River’s world renowned wines, before heading to Prevelly Beach and Surfers Point. Your final stop is the longest jetty in the Southern hemisphere, the Busselton Jetty, before setting off for Perth concluding you journey at approximately 7.30pm.