Lancelin Western Australia

Lancelin Western Australia

[caption id="attachment_884" align="alignnone" width="720"]Lancelin Western Australia Me on the sand dunes for sandboarding[/caption]

One of the photo while on Lancelin trip for sands slide. I like the pose and context the photo being take, fully capture the travel context.

Under the hot summer, dress in white make a very strong contrast.

Lancelin Western Australia

Lancelin is a small fishing and tourist town 127 km north of Perth, Western Australia.

Undoubtably one of Western Australia's most unique and interesting attractions - Pinnacles Desert, these remarkable stone monuments are located only 4 kilometres from here. The stone rises out of the sandy desert like the remains of an ancient city. For great viewing, visit the area at sunrise or sunset.

Sand dunes nestled directly behind the township of Lancelin, the sand dunes are the largest in the state containing absolutely nothing but pure white sand and no vegetation. They are around 2 kilometres long and provide the perfect spot for sandboarding. A spectacular sight at sunrise or sunset.

Here, you can go sand boarding down massive 45 degree angle dunes, which are the biggest in Western Australia.

Hit the sand in a dirt bike or four wheel drive.

From the peaks you'll be rewarded with a panoramic outlook over Lancelin, surrounding farmland, sand hills and coastline.

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