Western Australia
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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 202 reviews

If visiting Perth and you want to experience the vastness of Australia and a big sky full of stars, I couldn’t recommend more the Pinnacle Desert Sunset and Stargazing tour with a meal at a classic Australian country town pub. Luke the tour driver and guide was like an encyclopedia of knowledge everything WA, flora, fauna and the big sky. Passionate about WA and making sure that everyone had the best experience possible. Great value for money as you travel out to the outback from your hotel in Perth. Leaving the hustle and bustle to arrive at a landscape of unique and rare beauty. I found it an almost spiritual experience. I’m sure all the staff are great who run the tours but I would recommend you ask for Luke if possible.

Have never been able to snorkel before due to not coping with goggles on my face & not being able to breath through snorkel without panicking, but this crew helped me through & was so kind & patient with me. They looked after me the whole time out in the water until I got my confidence up & thanks to them I experienced something so truly amazing! Thank you crew for everything!

Even though tourists are only 2 due to covid19 situation, it was good enough to enjoy the tour and felt like a more private tour!haha. So glad that I could make it this tour in these difficult days. Gavin who guided us was so kind and looked professional. Thnaks

A most enjoyable trip to see the wonders of the Pinnacle Desert. The only disappointing part was when we went star gazing, the clouds moved in and consequently no stars. Can't blame the tourist operator for that.

Absolutely stunning tour. The visual of Mother Nature was only enhanced by the knowledge that Gavin provided. I will be booking another tour with him later next year to see the Milky Way.