Pinnacles Day Tour
Experience a great day out with us exploring the world-famous Pinnacles Desert and other amazing coastal landscapes. On this full day tour, you will get the opportunity to view pristine white sand dunes, spectacular coastal vistas, valleys with masses of grass trees and see kangaroos in the wild.
- Single Rate: $245
- Visit to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Interpretive Centre.
- Drive along a four-kilometre trail into the Pinnacles Desert.
- Walk amongst the Pinnacles.
- Lunch at Cervantes
- Visit Thirsty Point and the Stromatolites at Lake Thetis.
Note: This tour can be tailored to include a visit to Caversham Wildlife Park, the Lobster Shack, Sandboarding at Lancelin Sand Dunes and much more. Please ask for details.
Pinnacles Day Tour departs daily.
- Departure Time: 7.30am
- Return Time: 4.30pm
Pick up points include Cottesloe, Perth CBD, Scarborough, & Joondalup. Please ask for more information.
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- Picnic morning Tea
- Entry Fees to Nambung National Park (Pinnacles Desert)
- Western Australian Rock Lobster an additional $40 per person)
resembling an ancient ruin, the Pinnacles Desert contains thousands of limestone pillars formed over 3 million years ago.
After pickup, the first stop of the day is an informative visit to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Interpretive Centre. We then drive into the Pinnacles Desert, and along a four-km trail where you will have the unique experience of walking among the fascinating phenomenon of the Pinnacles.
The Pinnacles Desert contains thousands of limestone pillars, resembling an ancient ruin. In geological terms, the Pinnacles are a modern phenomenon, beginning to form as 'recently' as three and a half million years ago, and appearing as they are today between two million and twenty thousand years ago. Astonishing!
Enjoy lunch in Cervantes, before a drive to Thirsty Point to walk along the beautiful white sandy beaches, view sparkling aquamarine waters, and the nearby islands. We then travel on to Lake Thetis to view the Stromatolites, one of the earliest forms of life on our planet, and another of nature’s wonders. We return to Perth at approximately 4:30pm.