Spectacular 2.5-mile (4-km) walk in the Pinnacles Desert
White-sand beaches & sparkling waters of Thirsty Point
Up-close look at ancient thrombolite fossils at Lake Thetis
Informative exhibits at the park's interpretive centre
Trained nature guide to teach you about the are's features
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of the Pinnacles Desert and Nambung National Park
National Park entrance fees
Snack and lunch
Roundtrip transport to and from your Cottesloe, Perth CBD, Scarborough, or Joondalup hotel
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
You must have a reasonable level of fitness and be able to walk for approximately 2.5 miles (4 km) on unpaved terrain.
Maximum group size is 22 people.
An additional surcharge of AUD $40 for an optional lobster lunch upgrade is payable on the day of your activity.
Tour stops vary.
Additional activities like sandboarding and a wildlife park visit are available; please notify the tour operator if you're interested when you call to confirm your reservation.
Hotel pick-up is available from Cottesloe, Perth CBD, Scarborough, and Joondalup. You will be able to arrange pick-up from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
Please be ready and waiting in your hotel foyer 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.
What you can expect
Venture out for a day among the rock formations, rolling dunes, and pristine beaches of the Pinnacles Desert and Nambung National Park. Trek through the unusual limestone spires that give the desert its name, and learn about the intriguing geological forces at work behind this surreal landscape.
After you get picked up at your hotel, make your way into the heart of Nambung National Park, tightening your shoelaces as you set off along a hiking trail behind your guide. Walk along 2.5 miles (4 km) of windswept terrain, taking in the mysterious spectacle of thousands of limestone pillars rising from the sands.
Stop at the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre to learn about the hidden wonders of the park, and then head into Cervantes to relax over lunch. From there, make your way to Thirsty Point, a viewpoint offering an incredible panorama over bone-white beaches and shimmering turquoise waters. Stretch your legs with a walk along the beach, and then pass through grassy valleys dotted with kangaroos to visit Lake Thetis, where you can get an up-close look at the lake's thrombolites—rock-like structures build by tiny, ancient micro-organisms.