The Pinnacles, an absolute favourite destination with photographers is 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 metres and are randomly scattered in this particular area of vast, yellow, rippled sand dunes. The pillars were formed approximately 25,000 to 35,000 years ago after the sea receded, leaving behind deposits of sea shells. As time passed the wind removed the remaining sand, leaving the pillars that remain today.
On leaving the Pinnacles we head over to the Swan Valley, in particular Whiteman Park to visit Caversham Wildlife Park.
Caversham Wildlife Park is one of WA’s more popular attractions boasting around 200 different species of animals with around 2000 animals walking, swimming, creeping, hopping, flying and slithering around the park. Here you have the opportunity to walk freely around and hand feed a big number of kangaroos as well as pat one of the koalas in the koala enclosure.
Depending on how much time you spend at the Pinnacles and Caversham Wildlife Park, we can also make a quick visit to Yahava Koffee Works and/or The Margaret River Chocolate Company, and/or the Windarra Honey Farm in the nearby Swan Valley.
The below itinerary can change due to cultural reasons, seasonal changes, operational logistics and accessibility.
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