Margaret River & Albany Adventure

Australia
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Availability

From 17/05/2021 to 31/03/2023

Departure dates & prices

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  • May Mon 17 2021 to May Sat 22 2021
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    $2,503*
  • Jun Mon 14 2021 to Jun Sat 19 2021
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    $2,790*
  • Jul Mon 12 2021 to Jul Sat 17 2021
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    $3,015*
  • Aug Mon 02 2021 to Aug Sat 07 2021
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    $2,790*
  • Sep Mon 06 2021 to Sep Sat 11 2021
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    $2,650*
  • Oct Mon 04 2021 to Oct Sat 09 2021
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    $2,790*
  • Oct Mon 18 2021 to Oct Sat 23 2021
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    $2,815*
  • Nov Mon 08 2021 to Nov Sat 13 2021
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    $2,790*
  • Nov Mon 22 2021 to Nov Sat 27 2021
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    $2,790*
  • Dec Mon 13 2021 to Dec Sat 18 2021
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    $2,790*
  • Jan Sun 09 2022 to Jan Fri 14 2022
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    $2,790*
  • Feb Sun 06 2022 to Feb Fri 11 2022
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    $2,790*
  • Feb Sun 20 2022 to Feb Fri 25 2022
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    $2,790*
  • Mar Sun 06 2022 to Mar Fri 11 2022
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    $2,790*
  • Mar Sun 20 2022 to Mar Fri 25 2022
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    $2,790*
  • Apr Sun 10 2022 to Apr Fri 15 2022
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    $2,790*

What's included

Taste the gastronomic wonder of southern WA with a day eating and drinking your way through the Margaret River.
Experience the best wineries, breweries, cheese and chocolate factories the region has to offer.
The coastline of southern WA is a sight to behold.
Admire the vast Busselton Jetty, learn of maritime secrets at Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and discover Albany’s shores from multiple angles.
Embark on an unforgettable First Nations experience on the lands of the local Noongar communities.
While the sun sets in the park, you will be treated to a didgeridoo performance inside the sacred Ngilgi Cave.
Sleep in handpicked boutique accommodation, including the memorable timber cottages at Donnelly River Village, surrounded by resident kangaroos, emus and possums.
It’s not the usual nights’ stay!.
It’s no wonder that Western Australia is renowned for its verdant forests and sweeping vistas.
Climb high above the treetops at the Valley of the Giants, and have your camera ready for epic vistas on the Granite Skywalk.
Breakfasts Included: 5.
Lunches Included: 1.
Dinners Included: 2.
Resort (2 nights),Cottage (1 night),Motel (2 nights).
Private vehicle.
Age: min 15.
Group Size: 1 - 15.
Busselton - Bee Keeper experience & honey tasting.
Busselton - Busselton Jetty.
Margaret River - Boranup Forest (Caves Road) & Contos Beach Lookout.
Margaret River - Winery visit, including tastings & lunch.
Margaret River - Chocolate factory visit.
Margaret River - Cheesery visit.
Margaret River - Hamelin Bay.
Margaret River - Canal Rocks & The Bridge.
Margaret River - Dunsborough visit.
Margaret River - Noongar First Nations experience.
Margaret River - Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse & coastal walk.
Albany - The Gap & Natural Bridge visit.
Albany - Historic Whaling Station Museum.
Albany - Relaxation & meditation experience.
Albany - Frenchmans Bay.
Albany - Wilderness boat cruise.
Albany - Valley of the Giants treetop walk.
Albany - William Bay & Greens Pool visit.
Albany - Castle Rock Walk & Granite Skywalk.
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Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Perth – Margaret River Welcome to the west coast of the Australian mainland and WA’s largest city and capital, Perth. This morning, meet your leader and fellow travel crew at 11am – find out exact details in the ‘Joining Point Instructions’ of your Essential Trip Information – then begin your coastal journey south towards the laidback locale of Busselton. Home to the longest timber-piled jetty in the southern hemisphere at 1.841 kilometres, take the chance to stretch your legs and snap a few photos. Afterwards, spend some time with a local beekeeper, enjoying a live demonstration of how to care for bees and extract honey, plus – of course – an included tasting! Your demonstration takes place in a family-run pottery centre, so spend some time perusing the works of local pottery artists in residence. Sometime today you’ll also take a drive through Boranup Forest and past Contos Beach Lookout for some pretty epic views. Keep driving into the Margaret River region, checking in to your hotel in the afternoon. Tonight, keep the introductions going with an included local dinner and drink with your newfound travel pals.
  • Day 2 - Margaret River You’ve had some time to check out the sights and sounds of the Margaret River, but today is all about tasting what the region has to offer. This section of Australia is home to some of the best artisanal flavours around, particularly their wines, cheeses and chocolate. So, luckily for you, the group will hit all three today! Take to the regional roads bound for some boutique wineries and breweries, a local chocolate factory and cheesery, tasting some of the best going around. Margaret River’s wineries have built a reputation on their cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay, and you’ll soon know why. After a day of indulging, the evening is yours to enjoy how you’d like. Perhaps it’s time for a walk along the beach, or instead, explore the township’s restaurant and bar scene – be sure to ask your group leader for their recommendations.
  • Day 3 - Dunsborough – Donnelly River Strap in for a day of sightseeing – first stop, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. Here, learn of the fascinating maritime history of the Cape region full of shipwrecks and lighthouse keeper tales. There will also be time for a short coastal walk along the Bibulman Track, so be sure to have your camera handy for some cool coastal shots. Pass by Canal Rocks and The Bridge, keeping an eye out for a passing Southern Right or Humpback Whale, which you might just be lucky enough to spot. After some free time in the nearby town of Dunsborough, drive to Hamelin Bay and search for some local stingrays floating around in the shallow waters. Continue inland to an immersive and powerful First Nations cultural experience, giving you a snapshot into the history of the land and its peoples. Take a short bushwalk identifying traditional medicines in plants and learning local Noongar knowledge from your guide. Venture into Ngilgi Cave, home to significant Dreamtime stories for local communities, and experience a mesmerising didgeridoo performance inside the cave. With a glowing sunset likely to greet you as the group leaves the cave, this cultural experience will be a memory to last a long time. Finish up with an easy one-hour drive to the former timber town of Donnelly River Village, where you’ll spend the night in old-school timber cottages surrounded by kangaroos, emus and possums. This is true blue.
  • Day 4 - Albany Depart Donnelly River Village bound for Albany, along the southern coast of Western Australia. You’ll have some free time for lunch in town before joining your group to visit Albany’s Historic Whaling Station which now houses a museum. You’ll see The Gap, Natural Bridge and Frenchmans Bay during the day, stopping to stretch your legs and take some coastal photos. Then, in the afternoon, head to a local Sandalwood wellness centre for a special Gong Relaxation Session. The next hour is meditative bliss – connect to your inner self as vibrational tones of the Gong, calming sandalwood oil and meditation combine for a peaceful and relaxing experience. After a couple of days of steady travel, this rejuvenating session is exactly what your body needs. Continue your zen as you have a night of leisure in Albany.
  • Day 5 - Albany Spend the morning in nature on board a wilderness cruise in Walpole. Keep your eyes peeled for pods of dolphins and other marine life in this secluded cove. Afterwards, stop by the impressive Valley of the Giants, embarking on a Tree Top Walk on boardwalks and bridges suspended upwards of 40 metres in the canopy above. This ancient tingle forest is the largest in the state, and the biodiversity of trees in this region are very special. Explore the forests of southern WA, and on your way back to Albany, stop by the coast at natural attractions such as Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks, discovering some postcard-perfect views. Think sun-bleached boulders, crisp white sands, turquoise waters and dramatic cliffs – they’re all on the cards today. Following an action-packed day explore, join your group for a relaxing included dinner back in town.
  • Day 6 - Albany – Perth Enjoy breakfast, then head to Porongurup National Park to take a guided walk on Castle Rock Walk and the Granite Skywalk. The path weaves through yate, marri and karri forests and past the renowned Balancing Rock. Take the Skywalk high above the plains, admiring some sweeping views across the Porongurup Range landscapes and forests below. Legs stretched and panorama shots acquired, it’s time to head back to Perth. Depending on the time of year, fields of wildflowers will be in full bloom roadside, making for some scenic roadside views. After some drop-offs in central Fremantle, you’ll make your way back to Perth in the late afternoon, at around 6pm. Once there, you are free to continue your own adventure or begin your homeward journey, as your tour ends on arrival.
Travel now, pay later
0% 12 months interest free†
Weekly
$49^^
Monthly
$209^
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