Cape to Cape Transport – Everything You Need to Know

by | Feb 6, 2023 | Private Driver, Transport

If you’re looking to travel along part or all of this illustrious and breathtakingly scenic part of the south-west, you’ll undoubtedly need to hire a Cape to Cape transport provider. 

What Types of Cape to Cape Transport are Available?

Cape to Cape transport can come in many different forms, so here’s a quick break-down on your options – 

Transport to Start or Finish

This Cape to Cape transport option is for those who are looking to travel the entire track, and camp each night. We’ll pick you up from your home or place of accommodation and take you to the starting point, then pick you up once you’ve reached the finish line. 

Your Own Vehicle

If you have your own vehicle, you can save money by meeting us at your end point in the morning, then allowing us to drop you at your starting point. This option can either be a one-off or recurring service over several days. 

Daily Trekking without Camping Out

For those who are wanting to spend several days on the track, but not camp out overnight, this is the perfect Cape to Cape transport option. We’ll drop you off at your starting point each day, pick you up in the afternoon or evening once you’re complete, and then take you back to the same point the following day. 

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What is the Cape to Cape Track?

The Cape to Cape Track is a 123 km coastal walk trail along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge in the south-west of Western Australia. Its most northern point is Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, which is located near Eagle Bay and approximately 13 km from Dunsborough. The track finished in the south at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, in Augusta, which is 306 km south of Perth. 

Designed to showcase the stunning local environment, the track predominantly follows the coastline which contains a combination of sweeping cliff-tops and pristine beaches. These are also numerous parts of the track that loop inland, including stretches of sheltered woodlands and the stunning Boranup karri forest.

Varying from smooth pathways to rough stony paths and sandy beach tracks, it is quite a challenge for most people. The entire length can take up to 7 days to complete, so most people elect to complete smaller segments, which can be accessed from multiple points along the track. 

Around 45,000 people travelled along some part of the track in 2018 and it continues to grow in popularity most years. 

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A walker on the Cape to Cape Track in Margaret River – Photo sourced from “Explore Parks WA”

Cape to Cape Transport from Star Class Tours Margaret River

Star Class Tours Margaret River are one of the most reputable providers of Cape to Cape transport within the region. Offering flexible and reliable options, we can transport your group safely and efficiently too and from your required destinations. 

Give Terry a call today on 0497  364 763 to discuss your Cape to Cape transport requirements. 

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“Safe ride, on time and a great way to see the south west wine region. Highly recommend booking whether you are a large group or just a few people. Thanks for your hospitality, Terry!”

“Can’t speak highly enough of Terry and the service he provided. Great communication and punctual. Highly recommend!”
Robert Cassir

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Hikers walking across the beach on their first leg of the Cape to Cape Track in Cowaramup Bay.