- 3-day tour through the townships of Busselton, Pemberton and Margaret River from Perth
- Get a bird's-eye view from the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
- See the longest jetty in the southern hemisphere at Busselton
- Explore the quaint shops of Margaret River
- Visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
- Enjoy a wilderness cruise on Nornalup Inlet
Your three-day Margaret River tour begins with pickup from selected Perth hotels, or from the Barrack Street Jetty. Leaving Perth, your journey south to the Margaret River wine region stops at Yallingup Shearing Shed, where Australian sheep dogs show off their skills at rounding up sheep and you’ll see a sheep-shearing demonstration. After lunch, visit chocolate and cheese factories (time permitting) before arriving in Busselton, where you'll see the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere before being taken to your evening’s accommodation.
Overnight: Abbey Beach Resort, Busselton (or similar)
Day 2: Busselton – Margaret River – Pemberton (B, L, D)
After breakfast at your hotel, travel to the township of Margaret River, where you have free time to explore the town’s craft shops, gourmet cafes and boutiques before heading to Surfers Point Lookout for fabulous views along the coast. You’ll also take a guided tour of the limestone Mammoth Cave, with its impressive stalactites and fossils, including the remains of extraordinary megafauna (giant mammals).
Overnight: Karri Valley Resort, Pemberton (or similar)
Day 3: Pemberton – Tree Top Walk – Perth (B, L)
Following breakfast at your hotel, take a stroll to majestic Beedelup Falls, then travel to the coastal resort town of Walpole. After a lunch cruise on Nornalup Inlet, known for its diverse marine environment, visit the Valley of the Giants to take the Tree Top Walk above the forest trees. The almost 2,000-foot (600m) elevated walkway takes you above the forest canopy, reaching up to 130 feet (40 meters) above the earth. Back on the ground, you can take a walk through the Ancient Empire of wide-girth tingle trees, some of which reach 15 feet (5 meters) in diameter. As the tour draws to a close, head back to Perth, stopping at Kodja Place Visitor Centre for dinner (own expense) before being dropped at your Perth hotel or the Barrack Street Jetty.