Our Margaret River, Denmark, Albany Four Day Tour explores Western Australia’s Magnificent South West and Great Southern region. Experiencing Nature and Heritage with a Personal Touch.
$3,775.00 per person Double / Twin Share
Tour Departures 2019
2 - 5 April
Between October 2018 and 25 April 2019 is Field of Light: Avenue of Honour at Albany to commemorate the Anzac leaving Albany to go to the Great War. We will be visiting this installation on our overnight stay at Albany.
Breakfast, lunches and dinner
Margaret River Quality Inn Deluxe
Castelli Lodge Denmark
The Beach House at Bayside B&B Albany
Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory and Train Ride
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Gloucester Tree National Park
Tree Top Walk
Torndirup NP the Gap and Natural Bridge
The Kodja Place
Fields of Light at Albany
Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory
Lunch at Watershed Wines
Drive through Boranup Karri Forest
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Tower tour
Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants
Walk on pristine Middleton Beach
Wonder at the extraordinary Natural Bridge and The Gap
Princess Royal Harbour
Mount Clarence views
Touring through Western Australian Wheatbelt region.
The Kodja Place
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Highlights include Busselton Jetty Train Ride to Underwater Observatory, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Gloucester Tree, Tree Top Walk, Albany Anzac Centre, Sandalwood Factory, Kodja Place
Day 1 - Perth to Margaret River
Busselton Jetty, Watershed Wines, Boranup Forest, Cape Leeuwin, Margaret River
Depart Perth and travel south to Bunbury for morning tea / coffee. At Busselton we visit the Busselton Jetty the longest wood piled jetting in the Southern Hemisphere. Enjoy a train ride and visit the Underwater Observatory where you will see colourful soft coral on wood pylons.
Lunch at Watershed Premium Wines. Offers elegant charm with its restaurant overlooking the vineyard, award winning wines and sumptuous food to match.
Tour through Boranup Karri Forest, a fantastic soft adventure drive through towering Karri trees (some over 60 metres high!) with sunlight streaming onto their smooth bright trunks. Maybe spot an emu or kangaroo and see a variety of colourful birds.
Then, it's on to Cape Leeuwin to see the convergence of the Southern Ocean and the Indian Ocean and the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Tower Climb.
Accommodation: Margaret River Quality Inn Deluxe
Day 2 - Margaret River to denmark
Pemberton – Gloucester Tree, Walpole, Tree Top Walk & Valley of the Giants, Denmark
After breakfast tour to Pemberton an old timber town that now enjoys a new life style showing off its natural beauty of old growth Karri forests. Climb Gloucester Tree the highest fire lookout tree in the world.
Continue south to Walpole traveling through majestic tall Karri forests on our way. Walpole is surrounded by National Parks.
We will have lunch at charming The Nornabar before touring to the remarkable Tingle Forest and visit the amazing Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants.
The drive into the Tree Top Walk is spectacular. Karri and Red Tingle Trees loom out of the forest an indication of what is to come at the Tree Top Walk and the Ancient Empire.
You must experience the Tree Top Walk. Stroll among the upper branches of giant Tingle and Karri Trees for a "bird’s eye view" of the southern forests. This is a fun and exhilarating thing to do.
Nearby under the Tree Top Walk is a winding boardwalk that takes you through a grove of veteran Red Tingle trees known as the Ancient Empire. You can even walk through the hollowed out butt of one tree.
Travel on to spectacular William Bay and take a walk on the beach in the late afternoon sun.
Our overnight stay is at delightful Denmark offering fantastic scenery, great food and comfortable overnight accommodation at Castelli Lodge Bar & Bistro offering a truly unforgettable food, wine and accommodation experience. Castelli Lodge has panoramic pastoral valley views perched on the hillside - 3 kms from the heart of Denmark.
Accommodation: Overnight at Castelli Lodge
Day 3 - Denmark to Albany
Denmark, West Cape Howe, Whale World, ANZAC Centre, Albany
This morning we take a look around scenic Denmark and then visit Western Australia’s most southerly point West Cape Howe for spectacular vistas of the Southern Ocean and on to scenic Albany and environs.
Albany a port city is the oldest European settlement in Western Australia has a fascinating rich history which has been preserved with British and French connections.
Visit Torndirrup National Park to see iconic Natural Bridge and The Gap, which have stunning views of the southern coast. The Natural Bridge is a granite formation caused by the gradual wearing away of the rock by the Great Southern Ocean.
Join a tour at Whale World. The Historic Whaling Station is situated on the site of the old Cheynes Beach Whaling Company, located on the picturesque southern coast of King George Sound at Albany. Explore the fascinating whaling history of Albany, whaling ceased operating mid 1970’s
Enjoy lunch at Garrison restaurant on Mt Adelaide offering spectacular views of Princess Royal Harbour.
We visit Mt Clarence to see the Anzac Desert Corp Memorial with views over the Princess Royal Harbour and King George Sound. The impressive Anzac Desert Mounted Corps Memorial is a duplicate of the original statue erected in Suez in the 1930's
Today Albany is known as the birthplace of the Anzac story and the home of the National Anzac Centre. Visit the remarkable display of the Anzac story. In late 1914 over 41,000 Australians and New Zealanders left Albany, bound for the Great War. This is their story.
This evening we will visit the fields of light at Mt Clarence.
These simple yet evocative words inform the content of the National Anzac Centre, a state-of-the-art interpretive museum overlooking King George Sound.
Our overnight stay is at Albany's National Award Winning Boutique B & B Hotel The Beach House at Bayside
The Beach House at Bayside offers award winning, 5-star Hosted accommodation in beautiful and historic Albany, Western Australia. Enjoy a walk on pristine white Middleton Beach before dinner.
Accommodation: The Beach House at Bayside
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Day 4 - Albany to Perth
Sandalwood Factory, Kojonup, Williams and Perth
Mount Romance, The Sandalwood Factory – Albany. Visit to Mount Romance to discover why they are the leading producer of Pure Australian Sandalwood oil and sandalwood beauty products for over 15 years.
We return to Perth on the Albany Highway through the rural heartland of the Great Southern. Settled over 150 years ago, bustling rural towns still bear all the trademarks of traditional country settlements, with historic buildings.
The Albany Highway is the historic route used by early settlers and mail couriers Cobb and Co road between Albany and Perth.
At Kojonup visit The Kodja Place that tells the inside story of Australian country life in ways that will move and delight you. From Kojonup's Noongar-Aboriginal and settler cultures are woven together in imaginative and richly-layered interpretations. Trace the stories of Yoondi, Elizabeth and Maria along the enchanting pathways of the Australian Rose Maze to discover 100 years of Noongar, English and Italian experiences
We will have you back in Perth 6.00pm approximately.
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