Margaret river, caves, wine, lavender and cape Leeuwin
Known as one of Australia’s finest wine regions, the Margaret River Region is an area also blessed with natural beauty. Providing a diverse range of activities, this tour allows you to experience this high profile Western Australian area in one day. This morning travel down to the coastal town of Busselton to enjoy morning tea (own expense) and whilst here marvel at the Busselton Jetty, a two kilometre construction, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Stop at the Cape Lavender Farm to view the beautiful gardens or maybe make a purchase from the extensive Lavender products they have on sale, alternatively try one of their famous Lavender scones. Continue south to the Margaret River Wine Region where you can enjoy some free time in the Margaret River Townships. Afterwards we head to the Lake Cave Tearooms where you can enjoy a picnic lunch and, time permitting, visit the CaveWorks Interpretive Centre. Next we head to mammoth Cave to experience a guided tour of one of over 300 natural underground limestone caves in the district. Travelling south we pass by stunning Boranup Forest, a visual highlight of the region before driving past Augusta's famous Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, a geographical point of significance marking the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans. Next stop is a winery where you have the opportunity to taste some famous Margaret River wines. Returning to the north of the region we break at a café for a light dinner, return to Perth with arrival at approximately 9.30 pm.