A full day experience exploring unique geological rock formations, stunning ancient crystal caves, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse with its breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, white sandy beaches and stunning views along the beautiful Geographe Bay coastline. Train ride on the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere, Busselton Jetty and visit the last remaining tuart forest in the world.
From AUD $145.00 per person
Departs: On demand
Duration: 12hrs approx.
Location: Ex Perth - Heading to the south west
Group Size: There is a minimum of 6 people required for this tour to run. Maximum 12 people per tour.
Pick-up / Drop-off Locations and Times:
Pick-up at 378 Wellington Street, Perth (outside Perth Train Station) 6.30am
Drop-off at your city hotel or 378 Wellington St at approximately 6.45pm
Adult: $185pp (15 and over)
Child: $145pp (4-14 years)
Highlights of the Experience
Witness spectacular unspoilt coastline views from the timber boardwalk overlooking Canal Rocks. This unique geological formation is comprised of granite gneiss rocks which have been weathered over time by crashing waves forming a canal shape. The bay behind is a stunning vantage point for photographs.
Explore the ancient wonders of Ngilgi Cave beneath the limestone ridge and learn about the fascinating association with a rich Aboriginal legend describing the battle between good and evil spirits. The cave system is filled with varied crystal formations including shawls and helictities.
Enjoy the scenic drive along Eagle Bay where the road hugs the coastline and curves past stunning bays and glorious beaches. Trees arch overhead and dapple the road with light and shade. On a good day, the turquoise colour of the water makes these bays some of the most picturesque on the Cape.
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
Climb the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, one of the most popular attractions in the Geographe Bay and Margaret River wine regions. Friendly tour guides provide a fascinating insight into the functions of the working lighthouse, history of the area and ghost stories that will send tingles down your spine.
One of the most spectacular sights of the northern Cape, the triangle shaped Sugarloaf Rock rises dramatically out of the ocean close to the mainland. Also a nature reserve and a haven for nesting seabirds, there is plenty to admire about this beautiful location.
Board the famous Jetty Train on the heritage listed Busselton Jetty, the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Take in the views from the comfort of your own carriage as the train takes you 1.8km out to sea.
Immerse yourself in nature as we drive through one of the last remaining tuart forests in the world. The majestic tuart grows only on coastal limestone sands in Western Australia, and with only 2,000 hectares of forest left, this makes it one of the rarest forests in the world.
Please contact Chelle on 0439463285 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org for all bookings and enquiries.
- Fully commentated tour on a comfortable bus with coach style reclining seats
- Free Wi-Fi and USB charging ports for tech devices
- Entry fee to all National Parks
- Semi-guided tour of Ngilgi Cave
- Full guided Tour of Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
- Bushtucker themed Lunch
- Morning Tea, Afternoon Tea, Water for refilling your own bottle
- Entry fee to ride the Jetty Train on Busselton Jetty
- Photos posted on our Facebook Page
- Drop-off at city hotels
What to Bring
- Water bottle (we provide water refills throughout day)
- Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, comfortable walking shoes
- Spending money for souvenirs
- Travel insurance*
- Most importantly a great sense of adventure
* Please ensure that you have adequate travel insurance to cover cancellations, lost property, medical evacuation, personal liability, lost deposits, etc.
Terms and Conditions
Please go to the following link to read our Terms and Conditions before making a booking. This includes information about our Cancellation Policy.