Cape to Cape Walk Track | Part 2

P1020515 P1020520 Here’s what I’ve been up to this morning. To celebrate a friend’s birthday, a group of us walked a part of the Cape to Cape walking trail in the Margaret River region. This is the second part of the Cape track that I’ve done, the earlier walk being in May from Ellensbrook Homestead to Prevelly.

Today we’ve walked from Gallows surfing spot, south to Gracetown past local surf and fishing spots such as Guillotines, Whalesback, and North Point at Gracetown.

Once again, the weather’s been stunning. The wildflowers are out and the bush and coast are superb.

One thing that wasn’t so much fun was spotting a Dugite on the track, about ten metres after we’d started the walk!

Other than that little bit of excitement… it was close to two hours of fresh air, sea breeze, and fun.

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5 thoughts on “Cape to Cape Walk Track | Part 2”

    1. Any weekend you feel like visiting – we could do this. Today’s walk was a nice leisurely 2 hours and not hard to get into/out of. I offer myself as your guide 🙂 #ThinkOfTheBookTalk

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