Explore the Margaret River Region by joining the:

Twilight 20km - From Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse to Dunsborough

Thrilling 35km - From Yallingup Beach to Dunsborough

The finer details...

Starting only 30 minutes from Busselton or 3 hours from Perth, the Margaret River route takes you out of the hustle and bustle, with views of the Indian Ocean and the beautiful Geographe Bay surrounded by natures beauty. Whether you are visiting Margaret River Region for the day or making a weekend of it, trekkers will be treated to gorgeous scenery, abundant wildflowers, and epic headlands.

All our Coastrek routes are meticulously selected to give you the most epic adventure. Breathtaking views and natural landscapes are in, busy roads and concrete jungles are out!

We always put the coast in Coastrek, and our Margaret River route is famous for it. The Margaret River route includes all the best bits of this nature-lovers playground.

In 2024, you'll be walking from Yallingup (35km), following the Cape to Cape trail and the beautiful beaches along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. You’ll trek past Sugarloaf Rock, and then onto Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse (20km), the coastal tip of Cape Naturaliste.  You will continue past Point Marchant onto Bunker Bay Beach for some sand walking, trailing the coast to Eagle Bay Beach and along the lookout dotted coastline via Meelup Beach all the way to the finish line at Dunsborough Beach.

To access the Margaret River route map, download the Capra app from Google Play or the Apple App Store and open the map. Full instructions for the app can be found HERE.

20km capra map

35km capra map



MAP DISCLAIMER: Event distances are approximate and may vary, detour or change on event day due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather, safety considerations or if Chris Hemsworth is spotted on the beach. Just kidding. Or are we?

Hard copy - Coastrek Margaret River Map Guide

Wanting to keep it old school? We still have a hard copy map guide available as a simpler alternative to the Capra maps.



Please note:  All Coastrek routes are subject to change. We attempt, at all times, to adhere to the advised route. As we are immersed in nature, however, there may sometimes be circumstances beyond our control (tides, fallen trees/branches, other safety aspects as advised by local councils) that require us to slightly alter the route. In any such cases these will be clearly marked and identified on event day.

It's not a race.

It's a challenge.