1 Day Pinnacles Tour
Explore the unique landscape north of Perth, while learning more about this incredible natural wonder and enjoying a selection of adventurous activities on the 1 Day Pinnacles Tour. Sprawling out amongst quirky rock formations, the scenery here provides the perfect backdrop for discovering the wildlife and natural beauty of the area.
If you are travelling with a group of five or more, please call our office on 1300 661 225 to arrange a tour. This tour is not currently operating any scheduled departures.
Operates: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
Returns: approx. 7:30pm
Children: $115 (4- 14 years)
Children under 4 years travel free with an adult. One child under 4 per paying adult, $50 per additional infant. If you have an additional infant please contact us prior to booking.
Get a taster of Australia’s incredible natural beauty on this full day adventure to the Pinnacles and the Lancelin Sand Dunes. You can try your hand at adrenalin-pumping sports, spot native wildlife, and marvel at magnificent views along the way.
We start off in Perth, where we’ll pick you up and head to Yanchep National Park about an hour away from the city. Here, we’ll take you on a short stroll along a boardwalk to spot koalas in their natural environment and learn more about these cuddly critters – keep your eyes peeled for kangaroos too!
Then we will head on to the coastal town of Guilderton, home to the picturesque Moore River where we can stroll along the banks or go for a relaxing swim.
From there we’ll move onto Lancelin, a picturesque seaside town and one of the country’s most popular holiday hotspots. The area is characterised by sprawling white sand dunes, which we will admire while we stop for lunch before we have the chance to sandboard down some of the largest dunes in Western Australia.
Our final stop of the day is at the surreal Pinnacles Desert, which plays host to one of the country’s most unique and fascinating natural wonders. The jutting rock formation has been carved over millions of years, and now forms an eerie silhouette against the yellow sands of the Nambung National Park.
Once you’ve explore the beauty of the limestone spires, it’s time to head back to Perth where the day-long adventure unfortunately comes to an end.
Please note, this itinerary may run in reverse depending on the weather.
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Please make your way to Perth Train Station and meet us on Wellington St, near William Street on the footpath at 8:30am.
We can drop you off at your city hotel, the Tourist Coach Stand or Perth Train station after the tour, please advise us in the notes where you would like to be dropped off when you book.