In Namburg National Park, found in Western Australia, you'll come across The Pinnacles. These incredible peaks are the result of limestone formations that have evolved over thousands of years. Seashells eventually broke down into sands rich with limestone and eventually found their way into the mainland where, after being rained upon and packed into the ground, they formed the dunes we see today.
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|Start||Perth @ 08.00 am|
|Finish||Perth @ 07.30 pm|
After stopping at Caversham Wildlife Park in the Swan Valley to view koalas and hand feed kangaroos, we travel to the lobster fishing town of Cervantes for lunch. We stop at the Lobster Shack for an informative talk about the lobster industry, followed by a self guided tour through the purpose built factory. Then it's onwards to the mystical Pinnacles Desert for an easy paced walk through the fascinating landscape where you will be in awe at the sheer size and number of these spires. Afterwards enjoy a thrilling experience of sand boarding and 4-wheel driving over the vast sand dunes of Lancelin.
Wildflower viewing stops are made in season. Return to Perth at approximately 7.30pm.
* Caversham Wildlife Park
Featuring over 200 species of animals in a walk-through environment this park is a must visit in Western Australia. Animals include friendly koalas, wombats and numerous kangaroos. Be fascinated by wildlife professionals who are dedicated to ensuring you have the best opportunity for animal interaction.
* The Lobster Shack
Take a tour of a live lobster processing plant. A video presentation gives you an insight into this marvellous industry. Follow on through to the factory overhead walkway where you stand directly above 20 tones of live rock lobster. Enjoy the audio guide and travel through at your own pace. We stop for lunch at the Lobster Shack.
* Pinnacles Desert
Take a stroll through this eerie desert, amongst the iconic Pinnacles, believed to have been created millions of years ago when seashells were broken down into sand and then eroded by water and wind.
Western Australia's gateway town to the Pinnacles Desert, Cervantes is a laid back fishing town north of Perth. Be sure to take in the lobster fishing industry as you travel through this town.
* Nambung National Park
Covering 17,491 hectares, the Nambung National Park is home to Western Australia's renowned Pinnacles Desert.
Thrill to the adventure of 4WD-ing over massive white sand dunes, the biggest in Western Australia. For those wanting more adventure, your adrenalin will be pumping as you sand board down these massive dunes. Spanning 2 kilometres long you will be in awe of the sheer size of these dunes.
* Wildflowers (seasonal)
Stop to view wildflowers throughout the tour whilst they are in season. Varieties include the orange flowering Christmas Tree, Kangaroo Paw, Banksia, Wattle and Everlastings.