Pinnacles Desert Tour Reviews
Pinnacles Tour Highlights
- Enjoy guided walks through the Pinnacles rock formations
- Get your heart racing with sandboarding in Lancelin (weather permitting)
- Take a leisurely walk along Hangover Bay or Nilgen Lookout
- Enjoy a tasty picnic dinner with a glass of wine
- Marvel at the stars with the latest astronomy equipment
- Discover Dreamtime Stories and Aboriginal astronomy
*This tour is operated in partnership with an accredited tour operator
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Bus Tour visit to the pinnacles at sunset, this place is astounding, one of wa's exceptional spots. Paul our guide was extremely great, lovely picnic supper before viewing the dusk over the statues.
Yanchep National Park is a pretty place, Was extremely green with blue lakes. There was a short footpath to see koalas. Kangaroos are wandering aimlessly. The discretionary precious stone give in visit is fascinating and instructive. Aftereffect Bay is a short beautiful stop to take in the tranquil view. The individual zeniths are not as extensive as a few people expect but rather the huge amount and diverse shapes makes an inconceivable scene. Changing hues are pleasant before dusk. The Pinnacles post is an extraordinary place to visit and watch the nightfall over the Indian Ocean. The cookout lunch was pleasantly arranged and heavenly. The stars were stunning and our guide Paul was extraordinary at pointing out individual stars and groups of stars.
Went for the evening Pinnacle trip with Autopia. Trip was in a small group of 12 and our driver/guide - Mark was truly remarkable.
Yanchep National Park is truly serene and beautiful, with Koalas n Kangaroos roaming freely.
We were glad we joined the optional crystal cave tour. Even though not as huge as some caves, the formations of the stalactites n stalagmites at this crystal caves were much more natural and bewildering.
The Pinnacles at dusk were simply mesmerizing, with the Pinnicles scattered allover the golden sand.