Busselton/Cape Naturaliste Tour (Tour G3)

 

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This is a full day 8 hour tour (from 9:00 am to 5:00pm, 7 days pw) that showcases some of the best natural and man-made attractions in the South West!

We’ll make tour stops at wineries, food tasting stops and other attractions located in Busselton, and along Geographe Bay and the Indian Ocean, all the way up the Cape Naturaliste peninsula and then south to Yallingup. After driving through the Tuart Forest, our first stop is at the heritage listed Busselton Jetty, the longest wood-piled jetty in the southern hemisphere, which extends an incredible 1.8 kms over the protected waters of Geographe Bay. It’s a magnificent photo spot and for only a $5 entry fee you can get a day pass to walk on the jetty!

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Following the jetty stop, we’ll make stops at other places along Geographe Bay, including Meelup Beach where there’s enough time to get out and enjoy the white sand beach and the scenic waters of the Bay, weather permitting of course. Then, we’ll drive up the Cape Naturaliste peninsula, stopping at an award-winning winery for tastings, then to the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse for beautiful views of Geographe Bay and the Indian Ocean. There’s a hidden scenic stop with an incredible ocean view that’s one of the main highlights of this tour, then we’ll be on our way down towards Yallingup for another visit along the ocean and perhaps at another winery stop as well.

On the return trip, if time permits, we may stop for an ice cream at the famous Simmo’s creamery, and possibly at a bakery or another attraction located closer to Busselton.