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TOP 6 THINGS TO DO IN LANCELIN

1. Sandboarding Every year tens of thousands travel to Lancelin to zoom downhill on a sand board, you should too! It’s cheap and lots of fun. Book your board here before you get to town so it’s waiting for you on arrival. 2. Spot Dolphins Take an early morning walk (just after dawn) along the bay between the north and south points and you’ll often find them in very shallow water rounding… Read More

4WD DUNES TOURS

It’s been some time since you could take an extended dunes tour out of Lancelin on a 4WD bus but if a school holiday trial goes well these tours will be a regular feature on our iconic dunes. At present a 24-seat, airconditioned bus is operating from the dunes car park with an introductory rate of $40/adult, $30 per child (must be between 5 – 12 years of age) and… Read More

LANCELIN LOOKOUT UPGRADED

Visitors and locals will be thrilled by the upgrade to the Lancelin Lookout which was completed mid-June.     Members of the LDCA, in particular Jan Cardy, Andrea Moss and Kathy Thomas were instrumental in progressing the $160,000+ upgrade. The Bendigo Bank contributed $44,000 towards the project after the LDCA enlisted their help. The Shire of Gingin funded the balance and the result is impressive. Those on bikes will now be… Read More

THE PINNACLES

The Pinnacles is a must-see for anyone visiting the Lancelin region.  Located in the Nambung National Park, (50 minutes north of Lancelin), these remarkable limestone formations are spread over an area of 190 hectares and attract 250,000+ visitors/year. The park is open all year – it never shuts but if you go between 9.30am and 4.30pm, pop in to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre near the car park.  It offers… Read More