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BIG BLUE CHAIR

If you’re heading to Lancelin, keep a look out for this giant chair at the junction of Walker Avenue and Gingin Road.It was built by locals and stands more than 2 metres high and seats, well….. probably a dozen or so if push comes to shove.  Anyway, these three overseas visitors certainly enjoyed their time in the big chair which is an ideal prop for a selfie. When you post yours… Read More

2019 COLOUR BLAST WAS ANOTHER BIG HIT

The 2019 LDCA Colour Blast was held on Saturday, March 2nd. This frown-free event drew families from around the state and thankfully the weather complied. Under sunny skies, a field of more than 700 people took to the beach for the 4th running of the popular community event. Young and old walked/ran to the north point and back, passing through various stations where they were covered in colour powder and… Read More

BUSKERS FESTIVAL

For the third year running, Lancelin welcomed and hosted talented entertainers to town on the weekend of September 22nd and 23rd. This festival drew a wide range of performers, from solo musicians to bands and magicians. There were cash prizes on offer and plenty of moral support from appreciative locals and visitors. NOTE: You can own prints or digital copies of any Lancelin.com.au image (for personal, editorial or commercial use)… Read More

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

If you’re heading to Lancelin you’ll want to explore our dunes and the best way to do so (if you don’t have an off-road vehicle) is to book a 45-minute dunes tour.  You’ll travel in air conditioned comfort on board this 24-seat off-road coach.Your tour commences from the dunes car park (click here for directions to the dunes), just $30/adult (over 12 years of age), $20/child (5- 12 years) and $80… 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

BEACHFRONT CHALETS FOR SALE

The Windsurfer Chalets have been a part of Lancelin for decades and now, they’re up for sale. The large property houses a 2-storey beachfront residence and 5 rental chalets that provide a bankable income.  There’s nothing quite like it in town as this video shows. you can actually win a 2 NIGHT STAY in one of the beachfront chalets at 1 Hopkins Street by clicking here If you’re ready for… Read More