Pinnacles Sunset Dinner & Stargazing

From $165

Fast facts

  • Departs: between 11:30am – 2pm (depending on time of year)
  • Returns: between 9:30pm – 11pm (depending on time of year)
  • Dinner under the stars with a glass of wine
  • Sand boarding weather permitted
  • Telescope & Astro binoculars provided
  • Pinnacles guided walk
  • Use Discount code FAMILY at checkout to save

For a one-day treat of some of Western Australia’s best natural marvels, escape city life.

Autopia tours pull in at the little coastal town of Guilderton. This is also where the Pinnacles sunset dinner and astronomy tour stop first. around 100 kilometres north of Perth. You may explore the beachfront where the river meets the sea. And see a wide variety of unusual birds gathering in the estuary of the Moore River. Climb the Yoodook Karla Kada Staircase while strolling along the historic Tamala Limestone promenade. To observe the sites of old shipwrecks near the shore. A major gathering spot for the area’s Aboriginal tribes. You’ll discover the historical uses of local plants for food and healing.

Sandboarding the dunes

We travel far into the desert after taking in the beautiful vistas of the Indian Ocean.To investigate Lancelin’s infinite white sand dunes, and the best place to go sandboarding in Australia. These sand dunes, which are frequently three stories high, will provide thrill seekers with an unforgettable ride. Hold on tightly as you bravely ride custom-made surfboards along the sandy waves.

Before we continue to the Nilgen Nature Reserve, Shake the sand out of your shoes. a region rich in wildlife and plants. When in season, a kaleidoscope of wildflowers, such as banksias, bottlebrush, heath, grass trees, and kangaroo paws, Are all bursting with life as we stroll among them.

If the flowers are hidden, we’ll travel to Hangover Bay instead. A location where you can snorkel in crystal-clear water or look for animals like bottlenose dolphins and sea lions.

The Pinnacles

It’s time to continue travelling to Nambung National Park so we may see the breathtaking Pinnacles desert, at dusk after having filled our lungs with clean sea air. The Pinnacles area is best visited around dusk, when the crowds dissipate and the hundreds of limestone pillars creepily protrude from the desert. Keep an eye out for how the colours of the rocks change as the sun sets, giving the area a lunar-like feel. As we settle in for an amazing light show of natural wonder beneath the sky, enjoy a BBQ dinner and a bottle of Swan Valley wine (all included). the darkness sets, it’s time to marvel at the other-worldly beauty of the stars and planets, swirling high above.

Listen to the ancient stories of the Aboriginal Dreamtime and gaze light-years away, using the latest astronomical equipment.  You’ll even be able to attach your smartphone to the computerised telescope and Astro Binoculars. So you can take home the spectacular memories of stars and the moon. Driving distance: 420km.

*A moderate level of fitness is required to complete the walks.


A glass of wine and a meal outside under the sky
Surfboards for the sand (weather conditions permitting)
We have a telescope and astronomical binoculars.
National park entrance fees
Led hike to the pinnacles
Expert driver’s guide
Excellent minibus ride with air conditioning
Thorough tour commentary
Pick an inner city drop-off and pickup locations


  • Any meals not indicated
  • Travel insurance recommended
  • Personal expenses


Water bottle (1L), hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and warm clothing for the evening because it can get chilly in the desert at night. Other items to bring are money for extra snacks and meals, a camera to record every moment, and a light day pack weighing between 5 and 10 kg.


The age range for this excursion is from 6 to 12 years old; infants and children under the age of 5 are not recommended.

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