Sunday morning sleep ins aren’t on the agenda this weekend, so you’ll be up bright and early. Adventure doesn’t come from following your usual weekend routines, after all. It’s up to Yallingup this morning, where the lush grass is the ideal spot for a stretch as the waves lap just metres away. Fuel up with a coffee, before heading a little further up the coastline to Ngilgi Cave, a place of deep spiritual importance to cultural custodian Josh Whiteland. Josh will take you on a guided walk of the area, sharing his family history and the special connection that the Wadandi people have with their country. Finishing with a spine-tingling experience listening to Josh share his stories through music, the sound of digeridoo resonating amongst the crystal chambers of the cave is one to stay with you long after you return home.
It’s back to Fair Harvest for a home cooked lunch by Jodie and her team, filled with produce from the farm and lots of nourishing, organic paddock to plate goodness. With a belly full of deliciousness, frock up and get set for some pampering of a different kind. You’ve walked and talked, so it’s now time to wine and dine. An afternoon of carefully curated wine experiences is on your doorstep, as you’re in Margaret River, after all! Learn the art of wine and cheese pairing, followed by a true bean to bar chocoholics dream at Gabriel chocolate. Before heading back to one final dinner at the campsite, it’s a gin tasting at Giniversity, where you’ll have the chance for all of your gin-curious questions to be answered at the Margaret River Distilling Co, prior to dinner under the stars.
Never fear, the fourth day is still chock full of special moments made for savouring. Start the day centred and stretched with a yin yoga class in the rustic wooden Yoga Barn at Fair Harvest. With the morning light glowing through the windows and birdsong echoing throughout the gardens, you won’t need your imagination or a guided meditation to take you to paradise. A tasty breaky and a quick pack of bags and it’s back on the road to Perth. No need to worry about the tents of course: this is glamping baby. If you’re not enjoying a bus ride nap, you can even jump off at Serpentine National Park for one final stroll before hitting the big smoke of Perth. If there’s one thing better than a yoga and wellness adventure, it’s the knowledge that at just 3 hours south from home, you can do it all again next visit!