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The Pinnacles Magic tour is a lot of fun, very informative and a great way to see some of Western Australia's most beautiful national parks. On the Pinnacles Magic tour you will get an introduction into local Aboriginal history in Yanchep National Park, an area of great significance in both Aboriginal and modern Australian cultures; taste delicious "Bush Tucker" for morning tea; have a go at playing the didgeridoo; see a great variety of native Australian wildlife in their natural environment such as koalas, kangaroos, colourful Australian birds and reptiles; experience the thrill of sand boarding down gigantic sand dunes (included); enjoy a beautiful picnic lunch that is sure to fill up even the hungriest appetite (included), enjoy some free time on a beautiful white-sand beach; travel the Indian Ocean Drive; learn about some of the unique native plants and join a fully guided tour through the magical Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park learning about their creation and the intriguing Aboriginal Dreamtime story. The tour is lead by one of Australia's most experienced guides who will ensure you have a great day. Departs at 7.00am Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and returns at approximately 6.30pm the same day. A day with TWA is a one to remember.
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jjenn465 wrote a review Sep 2020
Perth, Australia23 contributions17 helpful votes
Just returned from the 3 day wildflower drive through the wheat belt. This is the third trip of w.a. In the last few months. First to Albany. Second to shark bay. Now the wildflowers. All of them long drives. Hard to book accomodation to all areas. This time stayed in Mukinbudin. Wildflowers along the edge of the roads. Not fields of them like on the advertisement. Very colourful. Pleasant drive even though it is long. Relaxing and calming. Mulka In pressed me. Stayed in a railway carriage at the caravan park. Surprised. Very clean only 45 dollars a night. Lots of caravans there. Had to use shared shower and toilet block but was ok Extremely clean. Music at night from a singer. Around the campfire. We had a real nice meal at the tavern, however did wait awhile to get it. But worth it in the end. Friendly people. My biggest problem in the wheat belt was nothing open on a weekend trip. Shops closed information offices closed. Hard to find anywhere to get a cooked breakfast. When you do find anywhere it was fast fried food in a garage or a small coffee shop. the staff Running these shops . looked like they did not want to be there or serve you. They say visit the wheatbelt but they need to open up the facility,s. Then on the way back stopped in York they no how to run a country location. This week they had to car and bike vintage show. The town was packed all shops opened but the food outlets couldn’t keep up with the demand. One extreme to the other.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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K K wrote a review Jun 2020
Adelaide, Australia1 contribution
Dear Tripadviser, although you have deleted the review of 278shannent, please do not delete my honest review. You seemed to have done this for no reason. I believe the lady was shocked that the tour bus did not come with seat belts as she seemed to be a foreigner. she was sat by the driver which caused an aggressive conversation between the two, I assume. After we got off the bus the man started to yell at her and started shouting thing such as "you are making people upset!" which seemed to have set back the woman. After more bickering and nagging, the tour guide seemed to get even more upset and aggressive to the point that he pushed the poor woman. I saw the whole ordeal but decided to stay quiet as I did not want to be excluded from the tour and abandoned in the middle of nowhere as they had threatened to do to the woman. This woman could only have been 5 feet tall and middle-aged, she was obviously a confused foreigner who had trouble communicating to the tour guide. Though with the communication barriers, I do not believe the tour guide should have threatened her and physically laid hands on this very small and innocent woman. If the person in the last comment addressing this date (278shannent) had such in-depth knowledge of the events between the two that day, why did they not talk to the officers when they asked for accounts of the event. I do not understand how you could justify someone laying hands on a customer, difficult or not, talking so highly of a person, so casually as if you know the tour guide personally. it is disgusting that even for a minute you would consider it just to shove a confused passenger whether they aggressed you or not. If I am not wrong the last comment seems to be by the driver himself trying to cover-up the mistake he made by trying to convince himself and others that it is okay to push a paying customer or lay hands on a 5-foot Asian lady.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mandie wrote a review May 2020
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Sorry for posting the review late, given the current situation, it's a good time to throwback our last trip to Perth last December. I want to thank Ron for his thoughtful preparation throughout the whole trip and it's been great to have his sharing on the history, little stories and tips guiding us to see a group of lovely emu.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from Kevin-TWATours, Owner at Travel Western Australia
Responded May 6, 2020
Thank you so very, very much for your review. It is indeed difficult times for the travel industry...actually, for every person globally but I really do appreciate your kind review and words and look forward to all of us coming out the other side soon. Warmest regards from beautiful Western Australia.
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JBG wrote a review Apr 2020
18 contributions19 helpful votes
This trip to the pinnacles was really made special by our tour guide. Knowledgable, friendly and helpful. I think touring in this style is the only way to do it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from Kevin-TWATours, Owner at Travel Western Australia
Responded Apr 5, 2020
Thank you for taking the to place a review on TripAdvisor for your trip up to the Pinnacles Desert with Travel WA. I hope, wherever you are in the world, you are safe and healthy and I look forward to seeing you in Western Australia again in the future. Warm regards and safe travels.
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Reji E wrote a review Mar 2020
Lucerne, Switzerland1 contribution
It was an amazing day touring the pinnacles desert and Yanchep national park. The host Ron is a great tour guide.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from Kevin-TWATours, Owner at Travel Western Australia
Responded Mar 4, 2020
Thank you for taking the time to place a review, Reji. We're so happy you enjoyed your day out with Ron and wish you safe travels in the future.
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