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Pinnacles and Yanchep National Park Day Trip from Perth Including Lobster Shack Lunch and Sandboarding

  • Convenient roundtrip transport to Yanchep National Park and the Pinnacles
  • Sandboard down sand dunes at Lancelin—all equipment included
  • Your guide points out koalas and gray kangaroos at Yanchep National Park
Pinnacles and Yanchep National Park Day Trip from Perth Including Lobster Shack Lunch and Sandboarding
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Fish and Chips Lunch OptionMost Popular
This option includes the standard Fish and Chips lunch
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Lobster lunch upgrade
This option includes an upgrade from Fish and Chips to a half Lobster, Chips and Salad.
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Enjoy an adventure-filled day on this seamless tour to Yanchep National Park with comfortable round-trip transport from Perth. Led by your driver/guide, you stroll around the famous Pinnacles rock formation; take a tour of the Lobster Shack in Cervantes; sandboard on the Lancelin Sand Dunes; and spot koalas, kangaroos, and a variety of native birds.
What to Expect

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.

Reviews (43)
1 - 5 of 33 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great day out

This tour brought us to see the various rock formations at the Pinnacles up close. We were able to visit 3 sites within the park because our vehicle was of the right size, and that saved us precious minutes walking (and gave us great comfort)...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank 253SA
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great day

A great day trip with a variety of things to do. The trip was well paced and led by a passionate guide.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank thrillsandspills
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Highly recommend

Wonderful day with sandboarding, lobster lunch (highly recommend the lobster upgrade), kangeroo watching, and pinnacles. Our tour guide Carola was fantastic, not only was she a great photographer, she also kept us entertained with interesting stories, did a couple of extra viewing stops, and kept...More

Thank JamJamFlyer
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
A Day Well Spent

The tour begins with a visit to yanchep park to see the koalas. Then one proceeds to the lobster factory. This is followed by pinnacles park, which is a wonderful experience. The day rounds up on an exhilarating note by doing sandsurfing. Beck, our tour...More

Thank Ajeet N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If in Perth you need to drive the Indian Ocean Road to reach this place, you will not regret it. The journey is amazing and the Pinnacles is breathtaking, you cannot explain what it is like until you experience

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank FionaP1275
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Kris T
July 2, 2018|
Response from augustinkarina | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I’m not sure honestly but you can email them, they will reply you in a minute. Anyway, as this is one day tour and in a group, we go in the morning around 8.30am and coming back around 5.30pm, I suggest you take the... More