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Pinnacles and Swan Valley Day Trip from Perth Including Caversham Wildlife Park, Vineyard Lunch, Pinnacles and Sandboarding

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  • All entrance and national park fees included for fast-track entry
  • Taste the bounty of the Swan Valley with included lunch and wine pairing
  • Learn more about Pinnacles and Swan Valley from your guide
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Pinnacles and Swan Valley Day Trip from Perth Including Caversham Wildlife Park, Vineyard Lunch, Pinnacles and Sandboarding
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Pinnacles and Swan Valley Day Trip from Perth Including Caversham Wildlife Park, Vineyard Lunch, Pinnacles and Sandboarding
From $131.68
Overview

Explore the Pinnacles and Swan Valley wine region without the hassle of renting a car on this full-day tour from Perth. With all the details prearranged, this jam-packed day feels effortless and you can focus on enjoying the highlights. Visit the Caversham Wildlife Park, stop at a winery for lunch with a wine pairing, explore the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park, and zoom down sand dunes via sandboard in Lancelin.

What to Expect

Begin with convenient pickup at your central Perth hotel. Sit back and enjoy the scenery on the way to Caversham Wildlife Park. Explore the park with your guide, learning about native animals such as kangaroos, koalas, and birds.

Next, head to the Swan Valley's wine-producing region, where you stop for lunch and a wine pairing. No need to worry about driving after the wine tasting; jump back into your tour vehicle and head up the Indian Ocean Road to Nambung National Park, home to the Pinnacles. See the fascinating rock formations on a guided walk accompanied by commentary from your guide and visit the modern interpretation center's exhibits.

The day's last stop is Lancelin, where you take in the epic sand dunes and even try your hand at sandboarding. Then head back to Perth for hotel drop-off, having explored the highlights of the area in a seamless, stress-free way.

Reviews (62)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
The trip was amazing. Explore Tours Perth the BESTTT

Believe me you will not regret taking tour packages with Explore Tours Perth. They are very professional in carrying out their tasks throughout the day. Mrs. Carola was the guide and head of the tour on that day. A very friendly, kind-hearted, likes to make...More

1  Thank amarenggo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Absolutely fun tour!

We are a family of six and we totally enjoyed the tour led by Sue (our amazing chief explorer)!! The tour size was about 11 people, which I personally think that it was just nice. The schedule was well planned,started at 8.30am and end around...More

Thank Relax768002
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
The A Team

Just got back to airbnb from an amazing day tour to Pinnacles! I personally believe that regardless of what tour agenda you are on, the secret weapon of a happy tour is the people you are with. Explore Tours Perth has that. Carola is warm,...More

1  Thank fuhuahua s
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great and fun

We enjoyed the tour! Enjoyed the sand boarding the most. So much fun. Beck, the tour guide, was helpful and caring, and she shared us a lot of information through out the tour. The only downside was, sheep shearing session was not included in the...More

Thank Denisebebe
Reviewed September 18, 2018
Amazing guide and top notch places!

Spent the day with Beck, the Chief Explorer, and she drove us to the various places for an adventure of my lifetime! She's warm, very friendly and knowledgeable about the places we went. Really interesting to hear about the Pinnacles' folktales :) Highly recommended!

Thank Kelly K
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Response from 677susannahl | Reviewed this property |
I think they do have a vegetarian option on the menu but ask Perth Tours. They were very helpful.
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