Margaret River Caves & Cape, Perth

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Margaret River Caves & Cape, Perth

from £121

13.5 hours | Year round


Departing from Perth, this full-day tour of Western Australia takes in a variety of different stops.

Claiming over 138 wineries, Australia’s renowned Margaret River is the ideal to stop for a tasting and a marvelous way to begin your day on the road.

An area that is fairly evenly split between red and white wines, there will be something here to please everyone’s pallete, before settling in to lunch. From here, travellers will continue on to the Eagle Raptor Centre, where the animals’ incredible aerial acrobatics will be displayed.

The Mammoth Cave, a limestone cave surrounded by Karri and Marri forests, makes up the next stop, where fossils providing evidence of animals from 35,000 years ago can be spotted. From here you will travel through the Boranup Forest to the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse.

The meeting point of the Southern and Indian Oceans, the white stone lighthouse is just over 100 years old and serves as an important weather station. The final stop on this tour is the Busselton Jetty, the longest jetty in the southern hemisphere at 2km that was made necessary by the extremely shallow waters which surround it. The day closes with your return to Perth.

Duration: 13.5 hours
Price: from {CONVERT 121} per person
Departures: daily

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