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Cape to Cape Walk – Adventurous Women

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  • Hike the Cape to Cape Track from end-to-end with a group of like-minded women
  • Spend each night in comfortable bunkhouse accommodation, and carry only a daypack

Well organised. Memorable. Rich and healthy food that could not have been any better. – Christina

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$2,055 per person

Spend seven days hiking Western Australia’s Cape to Cape track from end-to-end, with a group of like-minded women. At 135 kilometres in total, this is a challenging hike, but you’ll only need to carry a daypack and will spend each night in comfortable bunkhouse accommodation, where you’ll be able to enjoy a glass of wine and a hot shower.


  • Transfers from Perth
  • Meals – 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 7 dinners – and morning teas, snacks and nibbles
  • Professional dedicated and friendly tour guide
  • 7 night’s comfoftable “bunkhouse” accommodation
  • All national park entrance fees
  • Some local wines and produce throughout the week


  • You will receive a detailed gear list for the trip upon booking.


  • Walking time: 5 – 9 hours per day (please note that there is no walking on day 8 of the tour)
  • Walking distance: 14 – 26 kilometres per day (please note that there is no walking on day 8 of the tour)
  • Difficulty: You will need to be fit and in good health in order to enjoy the experience.
  • Child friendly: No.
  • We strongly recommend that all people over the age of 50 have a medical check up before walking the Trail, and to consult your Doctor if you have any ongoing health problems that might affect you over a 8 day walk. Then we suggest some warm-up walks, increasing in length over a period of 4 to 6 weeks prior to walking the Pilgrim Trail. In that way you will be fit and able to fully enjoy a really memorable experience.


Cape to Cape Walk – Auswalk ($3,195)
  • Not a women-only tour.
  • Hotel accommodation instead of bunkhouses (single supplement available).
  • Includes a memento DVD with photos from your trip
  • 8 days of walking instead of 7 (slightly less walking on some days)


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Day One Drive from Perth, walk Cape Naturaliste to Yallingup (14 km)
A short walk for your introductory day – with mostly cliff-top and some beach walking. Keep an eye out for dolphins!
Day Two Yallingup to Moses Rock (17.5 km)
Some beach walking in the morning, superb coastal views all day. We lunch at the surfing Mecca, Injidup, visit Quinninup Falls and finish at Moses Rock.
Day Three Moses Rock to Gracetown (16 km)
A few hills today, compensated for by magnificent sweeping views of the coast. Some sand and some cliff-top walking.
Day Four Gracetown to Margaret River mouth (18 km)
Easy coastal walking to Ellensbrook historic homestead, followed by an interesting inland stretch. A pleasant beach walk takes us to the spectacular Cape Mentelle. We finish the day at the Margaret River mouth.
Day Five River mouth to Boranup Forest (26 km)
A very varied day today! We’ll enjoy morning tea beside the Boodjidup Brook, a beach walk to Redgate, a spectacular stretch of cliff-top walking and then into the cool peaceful forest to finish the day. Despite the distance, today is not usually considered the most difficult.
Day Six Boranup Forest to Cosy Corner (21.5 km)
We continue through the karri forest then down to the blue waters of Hamelin Bay for a usually pleasant beach stretch. Next is a challenging hike up to Foul Bay Lighthouse with sweeping views.
Day Seven Cosy Corner to Cape Leeuwin (21 km)
An exciting last day, especially if it’s windy! Much of the walking is along a limestone ledge close to the sea, complete with blowholes! There is also a 6km beach stretch. Our ‘end to end’ journey finishes at the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. Tonight we will celebrate your wonderful achievement.
Day Eight Return to Perth.
We will pick up lunch on the way home (own expense) and arrive back in Perth by mid afternoon.