Marvel at the ancient natural sculptures, The Pinnacles. Afterwards feed the kangaroos and pat the koalas at Caversham Wildlife Park. If time allows, visit a chocolate and coffee factory. This is a fun and small group tour led by a friendly guide.
What to Expect
The Pinnacles, a natural phenomenon of ancient limestone pillars, are a brilliant location for budding photographers and curious onlookers alike. Enjoy this full-day nature tour from the Metro area, led by a friendly guide.
The Pinnacles lie approximately 2 hours north of Perth along the newly opened Indian Ocean Drive and near the coastal town of Cervantes. The ancient limestone pillars found there, range in height up to 5 meters, and are randomly scattered in this particular area of vast, yellow, rippled sand dunes.
The pillars were formed 25,000 to 35,000 years ago after the sea receded, leaving behind deposits of seashells. As time passed the wind removed the remaining sand, leaving the pillars that remain today.
After exploring these impressive natural sculptures, head over to the Swan Valley. Visit Caversham Wildlife Park, one of western Australia’s most popular attractions boasting over 200 different species of animals. Here you have the opportunity to walk freely around and hand feed kangaroos, and stroke the cute koalas in the koala enclosure.
Depending on how much time you spend at the Pinnacles and Caversham Wildlife Park, you can also make a quick visit to the Yahava Koffee Works and the Margaret River Chocolate Company.
- Entry fees
- Morning tea
- Door-to-door transportation
- Bottled water
Know Before You Go
• This is a small grouped and personalized tour.