ALBANY 3 DAY LUXURY WALKING TOUR

There’s a vast mix of turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, eucalypt bush, ancient forests and short steep mountains to be explored along the Great Southern Coast. The wildflowers add extra colour with bursts of red, yellow, white and pink along the tracks when in bloom.

 

Albany, WA boasts some of the finest foods and premium wines in the area and you will be treated to two nights of multi course dinners with wines at two of Albany’s best rated restaurants. If you enjoy WA wines then you will love the inclusion of a wine tasting and lunch at Ironwood Estate Winery located in the ancient Porongurup National Park with the central Porongurup Twin Peaks as a backdrop above and the Stirling Ranges ’Sleeping Lady’ to the distant north.

 

Albany, WA has plenty of interesting history: Avenue of Honour pays homage to the Anzacs at Mt Clarence marking the last sight of home for 41,000 troops who departed from Albany for the Great War. You will have the opportunity to walk around Mt Clarence and appreciate the area’s military history found near the heritage area.

INCLUSIONS

Return flights to Albany, WA from Perth included

2 nights accommodation in a Manor House

2 Professional Guides on every tour

2 breakfast's, 3 lunches and 2 dinners

Gourmet multi-course dinners with local wines at two of Albany's best restaurants

Climb three separate peaks in the Stirling Ranges

Wine tasting and meal at Ironwood Estate, Porongorup National Park

MAP

DAY ONE - MOUNT MARTIN

1/3

GRADE

4

FOUR

DISTANCE

14KM

CIRCUIT

PATH

FORMED

TRACK

TIME

4 - 5

HOURS

This walk provides a mix of both bush and coast with beautiful high vista points of the landscape of Breaksea and Michaelmas Islands, Albany’s harbours, Torndirrup Peninsula and the Stirling Range.

 

At its furthest point Voyager Park, directly opposite Emu Point, provides a beautiful spot to sit and enjoy the tranquility as well as offering a place to cool off and swim in the crystal clear turquoise water.

Mt Martin Botanical Reserve is a region with one of the highest numbers of plant species in the world. The walk covers a complex patchwork of forest, woodlands, wetlands, sedges, granite shrublands and coastal heath.

  • Walk Mount Martin Botanical Reserve

  • Nutritious lunch along the trail

  • Visit the turquoise waters of Voyager Park 

  • Dine at Hybla overlooking Middleton Beach

HIGHLIGHTS

DAY TWO - MOUNT TRIO AND MOUNT ADELAIDE

1/3

GRADE

4

FOUR

DISTANCE

3.5KM - TRIO

2.25KM - ADELAIDE

PATH

STEEP CLIMBS

TO PEAK

TIME

3 - 4

HOURS

Mt Trio comprises of three peaks with the trail ascending steeply from the parking area via many steps to a saddle between the east peak and the north peak. More than 1500 species of flowering plants exist in the Stirling Ranges. Approximately 80 species are found only in the range. 

The Mount Adelaide trail has views over Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound and Middleton Bay from several vantage points. The walk has many sites regarding the area’s military history found near the heritage area.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Walk the three peaks of Mount Trio, Stirling Ranges 

  • Lunch and wine tasting in the Porongurup National Park

  • An evening walk overlooking King George Sound  

  • Dine with views at  Garrison Restaurant

DAY THREE - BALD HEAD TRAIL

1/3

GRADE

4

FOUR

DISTANCE

14KM

CIRCUIT

PATH

ROUGH

TRACK

TIME

6 - 7

HOURS

Located in the spectacular Torndirrup National Park, the Bald Head Trail is a challenging 14 kilometre return traverse of the Flinders Peninsula, a narrow long peninsula stretching out over 6 kilometres from the mainland and providing stunning views of the Southern Ocean and King George Sound.

The trail begins along a weathered boardwalk from the carpark and then climbs and descends along the narrow ridge line of the Flinders Peninsula, a granite formation that juts out from the landscape into the vastness of the Southern Ocean. The trail transitions from weathered boards to sections of both hard and soft sand amongst continually changing vegetation.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Walk the Flinders Peninsula in Torndirrup National Park

  • Nutritious lunch along the trail

  • Incredible photographic opportunities on offer

  • Return flight to Perth

YOUR ACCOMMODATION

Elliot House is just the place for you to recharge after a day walking. A lovely older style “Manor House” with character features on close to 3 acres of land in Albany, WA. You will spend two nights in beautifully appointed rooms overlooking the tree filled garden or serene courtyard. The quiet ambience of the property will make you feel like you are “Off The Grid.”

YOUR FOOD EXPERIENCE

Overlooking Middleton Beach, Hybla uses their own Melt Beef and Hawthornden Lamb along with other local quality produce, to provide a high standard of food with menus updated seasonally and showcasing wines from the South West region of WA. On night two, you will enjoy a delicious two course meal at Garrison Restaurant boasting one of the most breathtaking views in Albany; the historic King George Sound and Princess Royal Harbour. Day two you will be treated to a wine tasting at Ironwood Estate Winery in the Porongurup National Park followed by a sit-down lunch.

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