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Exploring the Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs

Exploring the Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs

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Your tour guide will be Dirk Hos who has a deep love and knowledge of the region. Dirk and Pam own the Margaret River Bed and Breakfast and Pam will be preparing the lovely picnic lunch for you to enjoy at a winery.

From Where and for How Long?

Tours will depart at 10 AM from the Margaret River B&B located at 15 Loaring Place, Margaret River. There is plenty of parking. We can also pick you up from your accommodation. This is free except if your location is more than 10 minutes away from the town of Margaret River, when there is a small charge. The tour will return at 4:30-5:00 PM.

Itinerary?

The itineraries are flexible and depend on what you want to do as well as what other members of the tour may want to do, and also on the weather. After discussing the various options, we will decide on a route that will please everyone. Or you could just let me decide to make a fun day.

Mostly, in the morning we will go south to Hamelin Bay, then through the Boranup Forest and perhaps look at a cave. At midday, we will stop at a winery for a picnic-style lunch and enjoy a glass of wine if you wish. Please advise your guide if you have any special dietary requirements.

After lunch, there are more locations that highlight the natural history of the region, plus any wineries etc that you might like to visit. There are many options to choose from including cheese, nougat, ice cream, chocolate or maybe end the day with gin tastings or a beer.

The tour will return to the pickup location(s) at about 4:30 PM, dropping off any passengers back to their accommodation if required.

Note that not all tastings are free. In some wineries, the entry level wines are free but the top rated wines may have a tasting fee and this is not included in your tour. All spirits and beers are at your own expense. Some other venues are also limiting tastings due to Covid-19 restrictions and concerns. This varies with the venue and may change over time.

What vehicle will I be travelling in?

This is an intimate, small tour.

Your “bus” has seven passenger seats and is a very comfortable Hyundai iMax people mover. There are two rows of seats in the back, each comfortably seating three people. It is dual airconditioned and has excellent viewing windows.

Parking for my Car?

There is plenty of free parking at the B&B at 15 Loaring Place. You can safely leave your car here.

Can Children Come?

Of course. Children under 3yo are free but only if there is a spare seat. Children less than 12yo and occupying a seat are at half price. Booster seats and baby seats can be fitted. 12yo and over are full price.

When booking on-line, note in the COMMENTS BOX the age of the child and the discount requested and whether booster seats are required. The visit to Wilyabrup Cliffs entails a 20 minute walk each way along a rugged track with some steep inclines. This is may not be suitable for children under about 7 years of age as they might get tired and need to be carried. All other activities are very child-friendly.

Breakfast?

You are welcome to come and enjoy our famous continental breakfasts at the Margaret River B&B. For only $20pp you can help yourselves to cereals, fruits, yoghurts and home-made breads as well as muffins and waffles. You will find jams from the local Berry Farm and honey from our own bees. You can also order a cooked breakfast from our a la carte menu at a small extra charge. Breakfast is from 8AM to 10AM but don’t forget we leave at 10AM so come early.

What to bring?

All you need is a camera, good covered walking shoes, a hat and sunscreen and you may also want to bring your own water. We will also supply water and lunch and afternoon refreshments. You can refill your water bottles before you leave as well. In cooler weather a jumper and jacket will be necessary. Even in summer, Margaret River can cool off rapidly in the afternoons with a stiff sea breeze on the coast so it is always handy to have a jumper or a light jacket around.

Winter time is perfect for touring and if it is really too wet, wine tasting or cave exploring is a great plan B. Fortunately winter storms are usually over in half a day so there will always be something exciting to do.

Exertion levels?

Depending on the weather and inclination, we may visit the The Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs, a spectacular sight that demonstrates much of what makes up the region. It is a 15 minute drive from the B&B and then there is a walk that takes about 20 minutes (each way) with some steepish inclines and steps and a rough track.

At all other locations the walks are short and the grades are easy.