It all begins with a drive over the Darling Ranges, with a short stop off at the historic township of York. At Wave Rock, an amazing natural rock formation in the shape of (you guessed it) a wave, have a look around and tuck into lunch before driving further south to camp near the coast. You'll be pretty happy with your home for the night - Fitzgerald National Park is an internationally recognised world biosphere reserved with beautiful and rugged coastlines. There are worse places to sleep.
Spend the morning in Esperance, a remote town surrounded by unspoiled coastline, white sandy beaches, and rugged parks. If you weren't convinced of how scenic this area is, it has no less than nine national parks. Yes, nine. Head over to Cape Le Grand National Park for a swim on stunning beaches and, in the afternoon, hike up Frenchman Peak for amazing views of the bays and islands of the Recherche Archipelago. Don't worry about trying to see and do everything at all once as you have the entirety of the next day to do as you please. And you may even get the chance to sunbathe next to a kangaroo - how many times in your life can you say that?
The next destination is the Stirling Ranges and don't worry about sitting down for too long - your guide will pick an amazing place to hike along the way. Depending on the weather, walk through a national park filled with bright wildflowers in the spring or a lushly forested area with flowing rivers and waterfalls in the heat of the summer.
Explore the granite coastline near Albany, sculpted into incredible formations - you'll need to have your camera ready. The stunning Natural Bridge, home to an amazing colony of glow worms, and The Gap, a dramatic ocean cliff on the South Head peninsula, are just two of the amazing sights you can look forward to today. You'll also get experience the magnificent old growth forest nearby, known as the Valley of the Giants. Traipse through the tree tops on a canopy walk almost 60m up in the air - you'll never want to come back down.
It's your last day but it's still filled with fun. Make your way to the surfer's paradise town of Yallingup in the Margaret River region but surfers won't be the only ones to get excited - this region is known for its terrific wine valleys and caves. On a visit to one of the big show caves of the region, you'll get up close to the ancient (and beautiful!) stalagmites and stalactites. After, you'll meet local Aboriginal people to learn all about their culture and how changes in the local environment have affected them. Tonight there are no planned activities but it's always nice to end a journey with a few drinks and reminiscing sessions with your travel group. It's a guaranteed way to end your journey on a high note. There's no accommodation included tonight either, so maybe head off with friends to find somewhere to your liking - the adventure continues!