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  • Location: Perth, Australia
  • Duration:  13 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Discover the natural beauty and charm of the south west on this full day tour of Margaret River including the Busselton Jetty and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. Sample the produce of the local artisans, be amazed at the grandeur of the Karri forests and see where the the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. This is a perfect introduction to the Southwest for those short on time.

Highlights

  • Explore the stunning wine region of Margaret River and the Mammoth Cave on this full day tour from Perth
  • Visit Busselton Jetty - the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere
  • Enjoy a gourmet platter lunch at Bootleg Brewery, including beer and cider tastings
  • Visit one of Margaret River's many wineries and enjoy a selection of fine wines
  • Enjoy a guided tour of Mammoth Cave - one of over 300 natural underground limestone caves in the district
  • See where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet, at Cape Leeuwin Light House. Situated at the most south westerly tip of Australia
  • Enjoy free time to wander the town of Margaret River

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What You Can Expect

Margaret River, Caves, Wine and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Tour from Perth

Bootleg Brewery, Margaret River

Departing the city of Perth head south west towards Margaret River (approximately three hours) passing through small picturesque towns and farming communities, with plenty of stops for “leg stretching” along the way.

The first stop is Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere, stretching 1.8 kilometers outwards into Geographe Bay. Take some time to walk around and enjoy morning tea (at own expense).

Next, head to the Bootleg Brewery for a gourmet platter lunch and enjoy some beer and cider tastings. take your time to enjoy the scenery. After lunch, stop at Sandleford Winery and enjoy tastings if some of their finest wines. You will have time to walk around the grounds and if you like, purchase some of the wines available.

Next, explore Mammoth Caves. Take a guided tour through this gothic like cave with vast chambers full of amazing formations. The cave will reveal a fascinating range of information about the flora and fauna of this region. You guide will tell you about the history of the caves, the different formations formed within the cave.

Travel through the beautiful Boranup Forest as you make your to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse where you can see the meeting point of the Indian and Southern oceans. There is plenty of wildlife to see including rock parrots, sea lions and dolphins. Take a walk along the heritage trail and soak up the atmosphere and beauty of the area.

Heading back towards Margaret River, make a brief stop in the township where you'll have some free time to stroll the main street. Stop for dinner (own expense) before returning home to Perth.

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Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2014

It was a long day but thoroughly enjoyed all if it. Each stop was interesting and the scenery was excellent. The bus was extremely comfortable. My husband is over 6 foot tall and had heaps of leg room. Our guide was very informative and also a smooth driver. If your stay in Perth is short this is a way to see a lot in one day.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2014

I had fantastic time looking at the country site while Mike (the bus driver and the tour guide) was driving and pointing out interesting landmarks.
Mike was very friendly, polite and answering all questions in depth.
I thoroughly enjoyed myself!

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