Day 1 – Perth to Dunsborough
Our experience starts as we travel south with our first stop at the mainstream traveler town of Busselton. It’s difficult to miss the nineteenth century Jetty extending 1.8km into marvelous Geographe Bay. Here we’ll have an espresso on the waterfront and visit about what energizing things are to come.
Dive deep down into the enchanted Ngilgi Cave to see a wonderful cluster of precious stone arrangements that are more than 500,000 years of age. Have an outing lunch at Yallingup before giving you taste buds an exercise as we go through the early evening time inspecting a portion of the world’s best wine and produce. Visit a chocolate industrial facility, cheddar production line and obviously a lot of wineries and boutique distilleries.
We’ll be eating and going through the night in prevalent traveler hotspot Dunsborough, adored for its shining quiet clear water, white sandy sea shores and incredible night vibes. Drive time today is around 4 hours with heaps of stops en route.
Day 2 – Dunsborough to Walpole
After breakfast we’ll make a beeline for the Margaret River township where you’ll have some an opportunity to investigate the mixed blend of shops and displays. We’ll get an espresso before setting off on a two-hour restful kayak along the unblemished and quiet waterway Margaret River. Appreciate an excursion lunch disregarding one of the universes best surf breaks – Surfers Point.
Back out and about, we’ll stop at Hamlin Bay where in the event that you are fortunate you will see some colossal stingrays. Next, in the event that you are feeling courageous you can climb the 51-meter Diamond Tree, a local karri tree once utilized as a fire post and 1 of just 3 wooden top towers on the planet. At that point we’ll head into the wild of Walpole where we’ll be eating and going through the night. Around 4 hours of drive time to cover today.
If you don’t mind note – if the climate isn’t appropriate for kayaking in the cooler months, the elective agenda is taking a voyage through the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. Situated in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the perspectives are astonishing of the Indian Ocean, Cape Naturaliste, and the wonderful Geographe Bay coastline and ideal for photography or for simply absorbing the excellence of the Cape area.
Day 3 – Walpole, Albany to Perth
At the beginning of today we’ll investigate the shocking magnificence of the Walpole area and bushwalk through a monster backwoods of transcending Red Tingle trees, huge numbers of which are more than 400 years of age. From the woodland to the sea as next, it’s onto William Bay National Park where you will be stunned by the heaven that is Greens Pool. A supernatural turquoise sea shore totally protected by monstrous rocks, it’s the ideal spot to have a dip in the hotter months.
At that point prepare for some epic coastline on our way into Albany. Perceive how long stretches of disintegration have created extraordinary shake models and stone feigns in the Torndirrup National Park. Normal Bridge and The Gap are two of our top picks. We’ll have some lunch in the verifiable township of Albany before taking off back to Perth.
Around 6 hours of drive time today with bunches of stops en route and incredibly different view. As our 3-day visit reaches an end we’ll fold into Perth around 6.30pm.