This is an awesome adventure and one that you will look back on and say “wow, look what I did”
Walk the best sections of the epic Cape to Cape track and experience the great outdoors!
You will love the stress free, fully supportive, action packed itinerary that will get the most out of your time with us. Don’t worry we have included some down time, plus you will love our social groups and yummy food to digest while you watch the famous Western Australian staircase sunset! With a huge range of activities and sights, you will definitely get the most from your valuable time-off and appreciate how good life is.
Don’t make an excuse, get on this trip now and get the most from your time…
This adventure hikes the best sections of the famous Cape to Cape track in southern Western Australia. With 4 big days we cover over 70Km, with shorter options for those that want to take it a little easier. We visit fresh local produce, wineries and explore the lovely towns of the Margaret River area. The walking is on sand, single track and wider tracks and most sections are grade 2-3. There are no big hills but some of the sand is pretty soft! The longest single section is 20km, then some half day walks from 7-15km with our biggest day totaling 26km.
Our goal of supporting you on this packless hiking trip allows you to put more of your energy into seven days of walking. With us carrying lunch and all the bits and pieces for the day out, you can walk easier with your day bag and some water, and of course your camera! Then get a great night’s sleep in the accommodation and be ready for the next day feeling refreshed.
With our professional guides and our unique way of filling your days to ensure you get the most out of your time here. So don’t go for a ‘fly and flop’ holiday, get on board with TSA and let us make your holiday be an experience to remember. We promise you will have an amazing time…what more could you ask for?
Walk the best 70km of the Cape to Cape track
Visit both the start and end lighthouses
Visit the famous wineries, distilleries and/or breweries of the famous Margaret River district
Insurance: Travel Insurance is mandatory
Wake up with a cooked breakfast or cereal, plus fresh coffee or a selection of tea. Get packed and head onto the trail or water pretty quickly. Once on the go, we walk at a moderate pace and your guides will manage the group so no-one is ever left behind, stopping along the way for short rests and to admire the views, have a swim, or just to stop to be mindful. All yummy snacks and lunches will be provided and carried by your guides. Head back to accommodation. Here you will get a chance to shower, unwind and enjoy a yummy prepared dinner and some social time.
Pick up from Perth. Drive to Yallingup where we do our first 14km walk from Cape Naturaliste, the official start of the Cape to Cape. We drive back to our accommodation, where we enjoy a yummy dinner and watch the sunset.
The next 3 days are full of walking, visiting the beautiful local produce and wineries of the Margaret River, with beach picnic lunches, beautiful wildflowers and sunsets.
On the fourth day we finish with sunset on the trail before heading back to Perth Airport, where those that are leaving us will say goodbye. If you are staying on for the exiting Ningaloo Reef, we will head to the Airport hotel and grab a nights rest.
The food will be provided by both accommodation chefs and our very own adventure chef to prepare and cook your delicious and nutritious dinner, lunches, all snacks and breakfast. We love our food so be prepared to have freshly ground coffee, yummy snacks and fresh fruit, beautiful vegetable-based salads, wraps and cheeses. All this food is energy filled to sustain you on the track – oh! and let’s not forget a sneaky dessert or two and a glass of wine.
We can cater for a range of intolerances and dietary requirements. Contact us if you have any particular requests, however, please note that due to the isolated nature of the trip and limitations with food transport on the trail, we will do our best to cater for you.
Example of food
Our itinerary is a guide, we are a fully supportive and encouraging GROUP tour. The days may change with weather forecasts. Predicted hot weather may result in earlier starts or shorter days. Other weather factors including but not limited to storms, lightning, floods and fires may change the itinerary. The itinerary may also change due to the overall group fitness.
Cape to Cape
9am pick up from Perth Domestic Airport. (Arrival expected between 6:30 – 8:30am)
9:30-12:30 – Drive to Yallingup
12:30-1:30 – Lunch
1:30- 6pm Walk Yallingup to Indijup 10km
We start our walk along Smiths Beach before scrambling over rocks and around headlands. This is one of the harder walks, but also one of the best as we make our way along the headland looking out for whales and dolphins in the waters below before finishing on Indijup beach.
6:30pm – Back to accommodation where we settle in and have dinner
9am-2pm – Walk Gracetown to Margaret River 19.5km3-5pm Back through the wineries before an evening activity back at our accommodation
We will visit the chocolate factory, winery and the cheese factory.
Wineries, may include: Vasse Felix, Sandelford, Leeuwin Estate, Mentelle, Happs
9am-10:30am – Walk Contos to Redgate 7km
Only a short walk, some 4 wheel drive track, single rocky track and one of the best parts of the trail, wonder down through Bob’s Hollow, where you will spend some time exploring the cave formations
11am – Stop at a winery, and a call into Hamelin Bay to see if we can spot any stingrays, and have lunch as we make our way to Cape Leeuwin
2-6pm – Walk Hillview Road to Cape Leeuwin 10.5km
The first part of this walk follows the 4 wheel drive track steeply down to the beach. Where we walk a short sandy section before climbing back up for a mixture of wide and single strack overlooking the southern tip. The last 2km we scramble over the rocky headlands before reaching the old water wheel, then the last 500m hopping over the rocks to the lighthouse at the end of our walk. We will stop here and watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean.
9am-12pm Walk Moses Beach to Gracetown 12km
Maybe time for a quick winery stop ☺
1pm-6pm Walk Cape Naturalise to Yallingup 14km
We will start with lunch at the lighthouse where we will spend time, before walking the firetrack, looking over the headland. Where the track varies between single rocky and sandy track, before descending up and down around 3 Bears and Kalligup beach with some beach walking and stairs, watching the sunset on the beach at Yallingup before we make the journey back to Perth.
How fit do I need to be?
You should be reasonably fit and be able to walk 10km and not be too sore or tired the next day. You also need to consider the weather conditions as it will be hot. Particularly if you are from the southern states! This tour covers some rugged and technical terrain and many uneven surfaces. If you plan to train, then we suggest finding some rough walking tracks to practice on.
What if I am coming alone?
Great! Our tours are for everyone and a very inclusive. The accommodation is arranged so that you share a room with someone of the same gender and similar age when possible. The majority of times this means you will create wonderful new friendships.
Who attends your tours?
This is a tour that you do need to be fairly fit, however we have a range of people from 20 – 70 year olds join us. The majority are single women, followed by couples and friends, we are a group focused tour and want everyone to achieve the most they can. Bring your positive attitude and enthusiasm which will get you just as far as fitness alone.
What do I need to bring?
Ideally, everything should fit in a 15kg small duffel bag or small suitcase. We often have limited luggage space on the bus, however we want you to be comfortable. A general pack list is provided prior to the tour.
Should I bring walking poles?
Yes if you use them. Yes if you think you are going to get tired. Make sure you practice with them.
I hear the ground is very uneven. How do I train?
Do as much walking as you can on uneven ground. Lots of stairs are handy. Walks lots of hills.
What if I don’t feel very sore after any of the days?
Well, you are doing a mighty fine job then and the training has paid off. Keep going!!
It is the outback so yes this is a possibility. Our all guides are remote first aid trained and carry powerful UHF radios and PLB’s.
What shoes should I wear?
Ideally lightweight shoes or light boots with good grip. Trail runners are great for this type of terrain. Heavy boots are not recommended as they are tiring and apart from some ankle support are not necessary.
What will the weather be?
Plan for warm days and cold nights. Bring layers and a warm top. Don’t forget your swimmers and a towel as there will be beach time.
What type of bag do I need to carry?
You need to bring a small backpack that can fit 3 litres of water, a rainjacket and your personal medication etc. A bag around the 12-15 litre capacity is generally sufficient.
How much water will I need to carry?
You will be required to start each day with at least 3 litres of water, ideally in a water bladder.
All deposits are non-refundable.
A cancellation will only be effective when we receive written confirmation of the cancellation. If you cancel a trip:
Please note travel insurance is compulsory.
All remaining payments are due 90 days before event