The northern Margaret River region has stunning coastal scenery and is brimming with life both above and below the water, you can see it all on this jam-packed half-day trip. With the region’s only live underwater video feed direct to the tour vehicle, plus local knowledge of the best nature and wildlife viewing locations, this truly is an exceptional morning out.
Your first tour stop allows you to experience amazing vistas of Geographe Bay, find out about its historical and ecological significance.
Journey through the Meelup Regional Park’s woodland to your next stop, the Ngari Marine Park. Here, conditions permitting, your guide will launch the “live action” underwater camera showing you the unique and diverse marine life that calls Geographe Bay home.
Drive out to Bunker Bay via a very picturesque road that takes us within a couple of meters of azure water and rock pools, before arriving at the ancient and awe inspiring limestone cliffs of Cape Naturaliste, viewing them first from below, before a short walk above the cliffs, offering majestic views.
Continuing on to the rugged and contrasting West Coast, keep a look out for the playful Bottlenose Dolphins, (and whales and wildflowers in season) while walking along the coastal track with views of deserted beaches and stunning granite formations. After this mini walk stop to refuel with some delicious local refreshments at Sugarloaf Rock.
On the return to your selected drop-off point, see large mobs of Western Grey Kangaroos lounging in the sun.