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The desert landscape of the Pinnacles is especially atmospheric at dusk. Skip experiencing it in the company of busloads of tourists on this small-group, full-day tour from Perth. Before heading to the Pinnacles for sunset, visit Yanchep National Park and look for wild kangaroos and koalas. Includes a picnic dinner.
Small-group tour ensures a more personal experience
Includes a picnic dinner in the Pinnacles Desert
Includes national park fees
Hassle-free pickup and drop-off from your choice of multiple Perth locations: Pick the closest to you
Visit Yanchep National Park Yanchep National Park spreads over 2,800 hectares of natural bushland and is known for its caves, kangaroos, and koala population. isit at a gourmet chocolate shop Chocolate Drops café, a specialty handmade chocolate shop with an array of 'Australian' themed handmade chocolate. Free time included to purchase lunch or a coffee (own expense) in the tea rooms or outdoors amongst the gum trees and kangaroos.
Our first stop for the day where guests will have the option to join a 45 minute guided tour of Crystal Cave, a stunning limestone cavern with stalactites and stalagmites following an underground crystal clear stream.
Enjoy a guided walking tour through the Pinnacles Desert in the late afternoon sun surrounded by mystical rock formations, before joining the group for a sumptuous picnic dinner. There are hundreds of limestone stacks spread over 190 hectares and the long shadows and orange light of the golden hours before sunset provide stunning photo opportunities.
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Not wheelchair accessible
Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking, very important as we're heading outback and all food needs to be pre-purchased prior to departure
Children must be accompanied by an adult, not recommended for child aged 3 years old and under
A moderate amount of walking is involved, you will need to bring a 1.5L water bottle to complete the walks and stay hydrated
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately as temperatures in Western Australia can be extreme. It is not unheard of for temperatures to reach over 50 degrees Celsius in summer and can get below zero overnight in winter. Please ensure you have checked the average temperatures for the times of your visit and have packed adequate clothing
Near public transportation
Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
Guests can change pickup points after the booking has been made, please contact our reservations team 48hrs prior to travel.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 24 travellers
We had such a great time on this small group tour with Dane as our guide! We loved seeing all of the wildlife in Yanchep National Park. Unfortunately the walk around the wetlands was closed due to the bush fire but it was an interesting opportunity to see how the bush was beginning to recover so quickly. The Pinnacles were absolutely fascinating and we had the unexpected pleasure of seeing a family of emus trek through. Dane provided a delicious picnic dinner as the sun began to set and the sky turned pink. (The flies were quite annoying but that’s nobody’s fault.) On the ride back to Perth, we made a stop for some amazing stargazing. Being from North America, we were thrilled to see the Southern Cross along with Orion’s Belt and the Milky Way. This topped off perfectly such a great day!
I chose this tour because it went to both Pinnacles and Yanchep National Parks out of Perth. I was not disappointed. There were lots of animal sightings at Yanchep and beautiful scenery at Pinnacles and the nearby beach, both part of the same national park. The star gazing is not at Pinnacles by necessity and the description might be better if edited to show that. I recommend this tour, especially for someone like me who only had one day off a cruise ship in Freemantle.
There was no stargazing at all and the reason given was we need to get back to Perth by 1030pm so we must leave by 800pm. Then what's the point of specifying stargazing on the tour topic if not intended for the activity in the first place. I was really looking forward to it but got so disappointed. Moreover, the guide did not tour us around Yanchep national park but instead we wandered around separately ourselves while saw other small tours with a guide touring the park . Not recommend to anyone who wants for stars viewing.