Experience an informative introduction in local Noongar Aboriginal Culture in Yanchep National Park.
Enjoy a delicious morning tea that includes Australian Bush Tucker and have a go at playing a Didgeridoo.
Meet native wildlife in their natural environment.
Visit the coastal fishing town of Lancelin and experience the thrill of sand boarding.
Enjoy a healthy picnic lunch and free time on the beach.
Travel the Indian Ocean Road and experience a fully guided tour through the magical Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park.
Spend plenty of free time at the Pinnacles Discovery Centre.
Know that you will be extremely well looked after by one of Australia’s most enthusiastic and experienced tour guides.
A day with TWA is one to remember.
Begin your fun-filled and informative day at 07.00 am when you are picked-up from a convenient city location by one of Australia’s most enthusiastic and experienced tour guides. After a brief introduction it's time to head North.
First stop is the beautiful native Eucalyptus bushland within Yanchep National Park, an area of great significance in both Aboriginal and modern Australian cultures.
Here you will get to sample Australian Bush Tucker, local cheeses, native jams, freshly baked bread from the bakery and hot drinks. You will gain some insight in local Noongar Aboriginal Culture & History - the oldest surviving culture on Earth.
Yanchep is home to plenty of native wildlife: kangaroos, koalas, pink and grey galah cockatoos, lorikeets, kookaburras, colorful parrots and many more Australian animals.
You will have plenty of time to photograph these unique Australian icons that you will meet in their natural environment while you learn some interesting facts and walk around the park.
Next is the thrill and action of sand boarding down gigantic white sand dunes near the coastal fishing town of Lancelin.
Obviously this is an exhilarating optional activity at no extra cost but, whether you gain legendary sand boarding status* or not, the huge dunes and coastal scenery are spectacular to behold.
We then have free time to relax beside the magnificent Indian Ocean, play a beach game or go for a swim.
We enjoy a wholesome and healthy picnic lunch of cold meat, fresh bread, a variety of salad vegetables, loads of tasty toppings and fresh fruit for dessert. No one goes hungry.
After a short drive along the most scenic section of the Indian Ocean Drive and the Valley of the Grass Trees the tour reaches Nambung National Park, home of the Pinnacles Desert.
Here your guide will take you for a fully guided tour through the desert to get up close with these intriguing and unique limestone formations. You will learn about their creation and the fascinating Aboriginal Dreamtime Story.
You will get plenty of free time to experience the serenity of the desert, visit the Pinnacles Discovery Centre for more information and shop for souvenirs.
Then it is time for the drive home. On the bus we will keep you entertained and well fed with plenty of snacks to enjoy whilst you relax and reflect on your magical day.
Perth city drop off is approximately 7:00 pm.
* Legendary sand boarding status is gained by finding sand in your hair as you eat your dinner that evening.
What’s Included: Pick up & drop off at selected locations, professional tour guide, air conditioned coach transport, traditional Bush Tucker and lunch, National Park entry fees, activities as listed...
...and lots more.
Departure Days (all year round)
Mondays Wednesdays Fridays
Departs 7:00 am
Returns Approx 7:00 pm
Perth City YHA
300 Wellington Street
Comfort Inn Goodearth Hotel
195 Adelaide Terrace
210 Lake Street (Cnr Brisbane Street)
Rendezvous Perth Central
24 Mount Street
Children (3 - 12 yrs)
Children (0 - 2 yrs)
No additional surcharge for direct (online) bookings by credit card.