Welcome to Guilderton


The name comes from the wreck of the Vergulde Draeck, part of the Dutch East India Company fleet, which ran aground nearby in 1656, reputedly carrying a treasure in guilders. Its original name was Gabbadah, meaning 'mouth of water', although many older Perthites still refer to it as Moore River.


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$98.97 Outdoor Activities

Pinnacles Sandboarding and Yanchep National Park from Perth

Meet your driver/guide outside the Perth railway station in the morning and head out to one of Western Australia's most famous natural tourist attractions, the Pinnacles, situated just over 2-hours north of Perth. The small bus allows groups to drive right through the Pinnacles Desert and be amazed at the sight of these great rock formations up-close and personal. Visit the Pinnacles Gallery (if time permits) and discover some amazing facts about these awe inspiring natural phenomena, and browse the gift shop.Go sandboarding in the massive white sand dunes of Lancelin.Also on this value packed full-day tour, visit Yanchep National Park where you can take a stroll along the Koala Boardwalk and have a go at spotting for one of Australia's cutest animals.An often unexpected highlight of this tour, and where this may differ from other Pinnacles tours, is the stop at the hidden gem, the picturesque Moore River. Go swimming or stroll along its beautiful banks where the river meets the Indian Ocean in this gorgeous little coastal town of Guilderton. At the conclusion of your day you may be dropped off at your central Perth hotel, or back at the tourist coach stand at the railway station, at approximately 7:30pm.

$245.58 Day Trips & Excursions

Pinnacles, Western Australia with an exclusive, private and unequaled experience

Departing your hotel at approximately 6.45am, your driver guide will head for the pinnacles along the new Indian Ocean Road stopping at  Gulderton/Moore river estuary fiirst, on the way up to the pinnacles.. Guilderton or the Moore River estuary boasts an ever changing river meets ocean landscape visually stunning.Heading along The coast passing by impressive sand dunes and Wanagarren, that has arguably the largest number of Grass Trees in one defined location, all the while following the beautiful coastline Arriving at the Pinnacles at approximately 9:30am, you will be one of the first to arrive with approximately 1-hour to walk among and explore the unique Pinnacles with its eerie nature and then visit the museum. There is a 4km loop drive that you will have access to in the 4wd. Onsite is a gallery and gift shop if you wish to gain a better understanding about this incredible site. Many of the Pinnacle structures resemble creatures such as a Dolphins, Elephants and even Batman. You will be sure to spot pinnacles that remarkably resemble something other than the limestone formations. There is more to the pinnacles and how to look at them, that requires experienced guides to point out and also the many places that are off the track that get missed on most tours. From the Pinnacles, enjoy a short drive 15 km north to Cervantes where you will find yourselves at Lake Thetis, home of the stromatolites formed from microbiobials over thousands of years. Next, take a short 5 minute drive to Thirsty Bay where you will be able to view the coastline at 230 degrees and its pristine sandy beach line meeting the magnificent turquoise (Indian Ocean) coast. You will now be in a territory renowned for its export grade crayfish. At 12.00 we will have lunch at Cervantes Pinnacles Resort, . Meals are big in size and the chef does a great job. After lunch, we head 115 km south east toward Swan Valley and Caversham Wildlife Park via Gingin, Bullsbrook and the Royal Australian Air Force base driving through prime cattle, sheep and goat farming regions. Arriving in the Valley at approximately 3pm where we will drop into Chocolate Factory and Providore for some chocolate and food tastings before heading over to the Caversham Wildlife park at 3.30 for the Wombat and Friends interaction show, plus Koalas and the kangaroos by the hundreds.Feeding the Kangaroos is always a treat and especially with so many baby Joeys around, great photo opportunities. Optional: Time Permitting. Caversham Wildlife park is nestled nearby the Swan Valley Winery region. If there is time, your driver might stop at Houghtons Estate Winery for 20 minutes before closing at 5pm. You will be able to enjoy some wine tasting and view their impressive and extensive vines. Return to your hotel at approximately 5:30pm .