Walk on the moonscape of the Pinnacles, feast on fresh lobster and surf giant sand dunes.
Take a day trip from Perth to the other-worldly landscape of the Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park. Following the Indian Ocean Drive, stop to meet friendly kangaroos, try sand-boarding and taste Cervantes’ famous seafood delicacy.
If you’re travelling between July and October, you’ll see Western Australia in full colour, as the coastal landscapes are filled with the blooms of spring wildflowers.
- The road into the Pinnacles Desert is sealed, and there is a car park within walking distance of the limestone spires.
- Lancelin sand dunes are a popular playground for four wheel drivers, bikers and dune buggy racing enthusiasts. Take care when entering the area.
- To help protect our pristine environment, can we request that you don’t pick wildflowers – it’s illegal and will attract fines. As beautiful as they are, it’s also important to stay out of canola fields to prevent the spread of disease. Finally, we’d like to remind you to not enter private property to access wildflowers.