Martin gave us a great day out, a very knowledgable and approachable guide. The Pinnacles was worth the long drive.
Your tour begins with pickup from your centrally located Perth hotel (alternatively, meet your group and guide at the Perth Train Station). From there, you journey about 45 minutes to your first stop, Yanchep National Park.
Once in Yanchep National Park, keep an eye out for local wildlife such as koalas, Western gray kangaroos, and a variety of birds, especially on the Koala Boardwalk.
Next up is Cervantes, where you take an audio guide tour of the lobster processing factory, appropriately named the Lobster Shack.
After an included lunch of fish and chips (or upgrade to lobster), continue on to Nambung National Park to view The Pinnacles rock formation and surrounding reserve.
Finally, stop at the Lancelin and sandboard down the extensive sand dunes—gear is provided—before heading back to Perth.
Your tour ends where it began, with drop-off at your hotel or a central Perth location.
I only had one day to visit the area and Yvette was very friendly and cheerful, sharing personal anecdotes and stories with our small group of 6. She bought us local strawberries as a snack, took plenty of pictures, and as she also works at...More
It was indeed an interesting and amazing trip. Sue, our Chief Explorer, provided great information and entertainment throughout the journey. Sue also is very accommodating thus the journey was indeed relaxing for everyone during the trip. The Pinnacles was the highlight as if you're in...More
Too bad it was raining when we were at Pinnacles. But Keith, our tour guide drove us around to catch the view and stopped at scenic spot for taking photos. Opt for the Lobster meal at Lobster shack. It was delicious. Keith brought along the...More