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Nambung National Park

333 Reviews

Nambung National Park

333 Reviews
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Pinnacles Desert, Koalas and Sandboarding 4WD Day Tour from Perth
USD 166.84 per adult
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Full Day Pinnacle Desert Explorer from Perth Including Hillarys and Lancelin Sandboarding
USD 135.02 per adult
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Pinnacles Desert, New Norcia and Wildflowers Day Tour from Perth
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200 Km North of Perth Midwest Region, Cervantes, Western Australia 6511 Australia
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Pinnacles Desert Sunset Stargazing Tour
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Pinnacles Desert Sunset Stargazing Tour

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The Pinnacles Desert is known for its unique limestone rock formations and lies in the Nambung National Park, an around 2-hour drive north of Perth. On this tour, set out in the afternoon and stop along the way to enjoy sandboarding, see Wildflowers at Nilgen nature reserve in season, then take a guided bush tucker/bush medicine walk at Hangover Bay before arriving at the Pinnacles desert. Then, enjoy a sunset dinner in the desert, followed by a guided stargazing experience.
USD 116.40 per adult
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Kaszi22 wrote a review Oct 2020
Perth, Australia64 contributions
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This place is really special, like not even on this planet. Really enjoyed the drive and walk around and captured the beauty of the rocks
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dan L wrote a review Sep 2020
Bunbury, Australia4,715 contributions1,005 helpful votes
This National Park has many highlights. In addition to visiting the Pinnacles Desert, we returned the following day to view and admire the dunes along the coast, the pristine beaches, Lake Thetis and the stromatolites, take a stroll on the boardwalk adjacent the lake and admire the varieties of flora in bloom. So much to see here, allow at least a half-day.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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caddyandbellA wrote a review Sep 2020
Perth, Australia3,050 contributions353 helpful votes
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We hadnt been to the Pinnacles for 17 years when there was a tin shed with a gate to enter.I love the updates and think it has been tastefully done.$15 entrance fee for a vehicle carrying up to 12 people.Toilets,visitor centre and gift shop which blend into the bush setting.We decided to walk the trail which is 1.2km long and then we drove around.Im glad we did both.Walking allowed us to interact with the wildlife seeing kangaroos,lizards and birds.The drive took you to some really great places to take photos.At least in this way if you have a caravan behind your car you can do the walk around.A lot bigger than I ever remember it.Make sure you go when travelling up this way.We spent just under 2 hours here.Opens at 9am and closes 9pm but you can enter the park and use the honesty envelopes or credit card to enter.NO CAMPING OVERNIGHT
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Cheryl U wrote a review Aug 2020
Perth, Western Australia, Australia10 contributions
Beauty, history,being able to drive through.We enjoyed the view at sunset.Magical, a different world.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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STEPHEN K wrote a review Mar 2020
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, United Kingdom1,152 contributions161 helpful votes
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Well worth a visit on the drive either to or from Perth. A good walk but also a good drive. The whole area is alive with scenery, not forgetting the massive white sand dunes.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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