Coastal & Wildlife Eco Tour

1/2 Day tour

The Margaret River Region has stunning coastal scenery and an abundance of nature, and you can see it all on this Coastal Wildlife Eco Tour. With the region's only live underwater video feed direct to the tour vehicle (conditions permitting), plus local tour guides to show you the best nature and wildlife viewing locations, tour the Margaret River Region's most iconic sights on this exceptional nature-based adventure.

Amazing wildlife viewing opportunities throughout the tour: (binoculars provided) - dolphins, birds, reptiles and kangaroos, plus abundant sea life including shore-based whale watching from June to December. Walk through spectacular wildflowers (peak season August to October) - Take a tour beneath the waves and witness the strange and diverse marine creatures without getting wet. Visit many pristine beaches and beautiful turquoise waters offering great photo opportunities.

Discover the rugged and dramatic West Coast while walking along the Cape to Cape Track, with views of deserted beaches, towering granite formations and spicy aromas of the coastal heath. Indulge in a delicious platter of local produce plus your choice of a glass of local wine, beer or coffee at the iconic Sugarloaf Rock, then view large mobs of Western Grey Kangaroos, some standing over two metres tall!

Explore the area in our air-conditioned tour bus with two qualified local guides; a maximum of 12 passengers ensures personalised service and options for different ability levels.

* Animals mentioned are all wild animals and therefore sightings are not guaranteed.No refunds will be offered due to non-sightings

Highlights

  • Experience amazing vistas of Geographe Bay - learn the regions historical and ecological significance
  • Watch the underwater world without getting wet
  • View the ancient limestone cliffs of Cape Naturaliste
  • Enjoy interpretive 'mini walks' throughout the tour

Duration

3.5 Hours

Tour Times: 9.00am

Tour price

Adult: $95
Child (4-14 yrs): $45
Family (2+2): $260
Seniors: $85
(Children three years and under are free.)

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