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Australian Pinnacle Tours is an award-winning coach and tour operator, with over 40 years of experience. We operate the largest range of all-inclusive day tours and extended breaks for all major attractions in Western Australia.

Australian Pinnacle Tours specialises in luxury coaches and 4WD services with state-of-the-art facilities. Visiting all the must-see destinations in Western Australia, showcasing the best of our beautiful state, there is no shortage of incredible adventures, amazing deals and epic road trips

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We visit a number of different Western Australian attractions and destinations showcasing our beautiful state. Explore WA's spectacular north to stunning south, with unique tours, attractions and incredible cultural experiences.

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Quokka Coaches by Australian Pinnacle Tours has you covered for all your Rottnest Island transport needs. Specialising in comfortable and luxurious mini coach services, operating island tours and transport services.

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Join us on one of our tours in Broome and explore the stunning Kimberley Region! Specialising in luxury coaches and 4WD services with state of the art facilities, we invite you to experience our tours from Broome which visit the beautiful white sands of Cable Beach, breath-taking Windjana Gorge, rugged Dampier Peninsula and more!

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Experience the best tours that Western Australia has to offer. With a vast range of incredible adventures, amazing deals and epic road trips, Adam's Pinnacle Tours will be here to welcome and guide you through the Natural wonders of WA. All tours depart from the centrally located and easily accessible Crown McDonalds Riverside, Entrance of the Crown Metropol. Head over to Rottnest and take a guided tour, head to Gingin for an out of this world experience learning about the stars; or think about heading to Manjimup for the 20th Anniversary of the Cherry Festival.

Australian Pinnacle Tours is proudly regarded as Western Australia's leading tour operator. With almost 30 years operating tours throughout Western Australia, we simply know the best things to see and the best way to do it. You'll be pleased to know you can book with confidence as Australian Pinnacle Tours delivers an outstanding customer satisfaction level. Please note that all overnight/extended tours have a single supplement charge for passengers travelling by themselves and requiring their own room. Prices depend on the individual tour.

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A day tour from Perth that takes you up the coast north of Western Australia to the Pinnacles Desert to marvel at the limestone formations. Visit Yanchep National Park.

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Today on your Pinnacles Tour you will travel north of Perth to visit some of Western Australia’s most unique attractions- The Pinnacles. At the best time of the day Sunset!

You will then explore the Pinnacles with your experienced local tour guide giving you all the facts about this strange landmark, keep your eyes open for other great photographic moments. Marvel at the Pinnacles in the golden twilight hour before sunset.

After a leisurely stroll around the limestone Pinnacles pillars, you will see the colours start to change as the sunsets. This tour provides the latest in telescope equipment, so you can simply attach your smartphone to take stunning pictures of the night sky.

All entrance fees and National Park fees are included on this great value Pinnacles Tour. Our tour truly maximizes your time so you get the most time at the Pinnacles .  We depart year-round.

Group size is on our Pinnacles Day Tour limited to 24 on this tour to keep it small and so you can get to know your knowledgeable guide over the day.

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Travel to where the horizon touches the sky, for a star-studded, desert adventure in the midst of the incredible rock formations of the Pinnacles National Park. Experience an Indigenous-led tour, where you’ll learn about local Aboriginal culture, their spiritual connection with the land and how they use native plants for medicine. Witness the sun sink beneath the Indian Ocean, before marvelling at the glistening stars and Milky Way forming in front of your eyes. An evening highlight is looking up and listening to the Dreamtime stories behind the stars and pointing out the different constellations making up Aboriginal Astrology. This tour provides the latest in Astronomy Equipment, so you can simply attach your smartphone to take stunning pictures of the night sky.

Leave behind city life for a one-day treat of some of Western Australia’s best natural wonders. Our first stop is in the small coastal town of Guilderton, which lies approximately 100kms north of Perth. Where the river meets the sea, walk the foreshore and witness the vast array of unique birdlife, flocking to the Moore River estuary. Stroll along a boardwalk made of ancient Tamala Limestone and climb the Yoodook Karla Kada Staircase to see where ships long ago wrecked against the coastline. An important meeting place for local Aboriginal tribes in the area, you’ll learn how native plants were once used for both food and medicine.

After admiring the picturesque Indian Ocean views, we head deep into the desert to explore the endless white sand dunes of Lancelin; Australia’s premier sand boarding destination. Often up to three storeys high, these sand dunes will offer thrill-seekers a ride of a lifetime. Don’t forget to hold on tight, while you fearlessly surf down the sandy waves, on custom made boards.

Shake the sand out of your shoes, before we travel on to the Nilgen Nature Reserve. A region abundant with flora and fauna, we’ll wander through a kaleidoscopic of wildflowers, including the likes of banksias, bottlebrush, heath, grass trees and kangaroo paws; all bursting with life, when in season. If the flowers are in hiding, we’ll instead head over to Hangover Bay, where you can dip your toes in the crystal-clear waters or spot the likes of bottlenose dolphins and sea lions.

With our lungs full of fresh sea air, it’s time to journey on to the Nambung National Park to witness the remarkable Pinnacles desert at sunset. Made up of shells, the Pinnacles date back millions of years to a time when the land was beneath the sea. Best explored at dusk when the crowds evaporate and the thousands of limestone pillars rise eerily out of the desert; watch the colours change over the rocks, creating a lunar-like atmosphere. Enjoy a BBQ dinner accompanied by a glass of Swan Valley wine (all included), while we settle in for a spectacular light show of natural wonder, beneath the sky. As the darkness sets, it’s time to marvel at the other-worldly beauty of the stars and planets, swirling high above. Listen to the ancient stories of the Aboriginal Dreamtime and gaze light-years away, using the latest astronomical equipment. You’ll even be able to attach your smartphone to the computerised telescope and Astro Binoculars, so you can take home the spectacular memories of stars and the moon.

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  • Watch the sunset over the serene Indian Ocean landscape
  • Visit Hangover Bay and Nilgen Lookout
  • Stargaze with the latest astronomy equipment
  • Learn about Indigenous Australian astronomy and stories from the Dreaming.
  • Picnic dinner under the outback stars
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  • Luggage limit is a small carry-on bag.
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  • Children allowed on this tour for 3 years and above.
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  • Our one-day Pinnacles desert tour from  Perth , Western Australia is the most popular day trip here at Real Aussie Adventures. We get booked up well in advance, so get in quick to secure your spot.
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Hours: from 7.30am - 7 days a week (Closing time varies)

Expe­ri­ence the best tours that West­ern Aus­tralia has to offer. With a vast range of incred­i­ble adven­tures, amaz­ing deals and epic road trips, Adam’s Pin­na­cle Tours will be here to wel­come and guide you through the Nat­ur­al won­ders of WA . All tours depart from the cen­tral­ly locat­ed and eas­i­ly acces­si­ble Crown McDon­alds River­side, Entrance of the Crown Metropol. Head over to Rot­tnest and take a guid­ed tour, head to Gin­gin for an out of this world expe­ri­ence learn­ing about the stars; or think about head­ing to Man­jimup for the 20 th Anniver­sary of the Cher­ry Festival.

Aus­tralian Pin­na­cle Tours is proud­ly regard­ed as West­ern Aus­trali­a’s lead­ing tour oper­a­tor. With almost 30  years oper­at­ing tours through­out West­ern Aus­tralia, we sim­ply know the best things to see and the best way to do it. You’ll be pleased to know you can book with con­fi­dence as Aus­tralian Pin­na­cle Tours deliv­ers an out­stand­ing cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion level.

Please note that all overnight/​extended tours have a sin­gle sup­ple­ment charge for pas­sen­gers trav­el­ling by them­selves and requir­ing their own room. Prices depend on the indi­vid­ual tour.

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Just a few kilo­me­tres out of Broome we head north on Cape Lev­eque Road. Trav­el­ling over rugged ter­rain on the unsealed sec­tions of the road, our first stop is Bea­gle Bay Abo­rig­i­nal Com­mu­ni­ty. Here we vis­it the famous Sacred Heart Church with its exquis­ite Pearl Shell Altar, built in 1918 by the Pal­lo­tine Monks (com­mu­ni­ty entry fees includ­ed but entry to Shell Church by indi­vid­ual donation).

Head­ing fur­ther north, our next stop is One Arm Point. One Arm Point is a remote Indige­nous com­mu­ni­ty with amaz­ing views of the Buc­ca­neer Arch­i­pel­ago. Here, we enjoy a guid­ed vis­it to the trochus hatch­ery and learn about the Bar­di Jaw­is strong con­nec­tion to their rich cul­ture and salt­wa­ter tra­di­tions. Vis­it the aqua­cul­ture cen­tre, where a range of local art and arte­facts can be admired and pur­chased (cash only).

Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm sit­u­at­ed on the tip of the Dampi­er Penin­su­la. Enjoy a chef pre­pared lunch fol­lowed by a Pearl Farm Tour. A fam­i­ly owned busi­ness, it is Australia’s old­est oper­at­ing Pearl Farm. An oppor­tu­ni­ty also to vis­it their show­room, where you will see some of the finest South Sea Pearls grown and harvested.

Time for an after­noon swim in the pool at Cygnet Bay, sit back and relax or stroll along the paths to the look­outs, tak­ing in the amaz­ing scenery.

We then join the Scenic Flight (must be pre-booked), arriv­ing in Broome at approx­i­mate­ly 5 : 00 pm. A drop off to your hotel is included.

Due to the extensive organisation involved with touring a strict cancellation policy will be applicable to compensate for costs and lost revenue.

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Saudi Arabia’s Thoroughly Iconic, Unsustainable City in the Desert

A pair of photographs, one of a rock face next to a green field, the other of a glass skyscraper.

By Philip Oldfield

Dr. Oldfield is the head of the School of the Built Environment at the University of New South Wales in Australia.

It may not feel like it, but we’re likely experiencing the largest construction booms in history. According to one estimate , the world will build the equivalent of a New York City every month from 2020 to 2060.

Even this may not be enough to meet the growing demand for housing. The United Nations estimates 96,000 affordable units should be built a day to house the three billion people who will need them by 2030.

Many countries facing explosive population growth are creating entirely new cities that combine environmental ambition with striking architecture. Egypt is constructing a capital east of Cairo for 6.5 million residents featuring Africa’s tallest skyscraper. To take the pressure off Greater Jakarta’s 30 million residents squeezed by rising seas, Indonesia is building a new capital on the island of Borneo .

Perhaps most famous of all is Saudi Arabia’s NEOM, which includes a mountain ski resort, a floating logistics hub and a city known as “the Line” with two parallel skyscrapers connected by walkways that will stretch across a desert and mountains. Though the government recently scaled back the first phase of construction, it has allocated billions of dollars for the project, which could one day house some nine million people. The ultimate statement of ambition, wealth and technological advancement, the city is planned to be about 655 feet wide, 1,640 feet high and some 106 miles long — a distance about eight times the length of Manhattan Island.

The Line offers a hedonistic vision of city living. In renderings, families picnic on sky bridges above canyon-esque atria. Lush greenery cascades from skyscrapers stretching out to the horizon as far as the eye can see. And the project promises a version of urban sustainability most cities can only dream of: no roads, cars or greenhouse gas emissions from transport or electricity.

But the Line, for all its chutzpah, should not be our model for sustainable city living. There are far better ways to build, informed by everything we already know about materials and design. The cities of the future should experiment with architecture, but in service of making spaces more livable and sustainable, not simply iconic.

While Saudi Arabia’s decision to build a very tall linear city may seem bizarre, there are clear benefits to stacking buildings atop one another and connecting them with walkways at different heights and transit lines. Residents can get from one end of the city to the other in just 20 minutes without ever setting foot in a car.

What’s more, by stacking the city vertically, the density of the Line would be a heady 685,000 people per square mile, making it the densest city on earth, far denser than the Mong Kok district in Hong Kong, which has some 340,000 people per square mile. This hyperdensity gives the Line a tiny physical footprint, leaving 95 percent of the surrounding region conserved for nature.

But while the Line is dense, I’d hardly call it compact. Its giant mirrored glass facade will create a roughly 33-square-mile wall across the desert, a substantial risk to migratory birds. Villages have also been demolished to make way for its unrelenting linear footprint. Stacking the city up into the sky isn’t cheap either — reports suggest the Line may cost more than twice as much per square foot as conventional skyscrapers in the Middle East. This is not a model for affordable housing we should replicate elsewhere.

The Line’s height also creates its own environmental problems. Tall buildings require more structural materials — usually concrete and steel — to resist the wind loads that increase with height. Manufacturing these materials has a significant impact on the climate. Cement, for instance, is responsible for around 8 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions, while steel generates around 7 percent of the total.

The Line’s design calls for vertigo-inducing cantilevers and even a gravity-defying stadium spanning two buildings hundreds of feet above the ground. In all, it will require a truly colossal quantity of materials, with emissions likely much higher than those produced in building a typical city — not something to emulate.

If not supertall, what form should new cities take? Some researchers suggest mid-rise high-density buildings (think Paris or Barcelona), while others support a height of 18 to 20 stories for a city of 10 million. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t build taller buildings. It means we should avoid heights as dizzying as the 1,640-foot-tall Line.

When it comes to materials, we should prioritize timber, stone, rammed earth and even cork, which are all better for the climate than concrete or steel. Regulations in France mandate that all new public buildings should be built with a least 50 percent timber or other natural materials, for instance , and now whole new developments there are being built from wood . When combined with some steel and concrete, timber can even be used to build skyscrapers .

Access to timber in countries such as Saudi Arabia might be limited. But in neighboring Yemen, the 500-year old city of Shibam shows how mud brick can be used to create buildings at least seven stories high. Architects are deploying rammed earth and mud brick in all kinds of contemporary ways, such as at the wonderful Hikma Religious and Secular Complex in Niger. We can also make prefabricated walls out of these natural materials for multistory apartments .

The cities of the future also need to be in tune with their local climate. Glass buildings can have higher air-conditioning demands, at a great energy cost. Instead, cities should move away from all glazed buildings and embrace shading to block and filter unwanted heat from the sun, reducing energy needs and keeping occupants comfortable.

At their most fundamental level, cities are meant to house people and build community. Success isn’t an Instagrammable skyline; it comes from how spaces are designed and used. How safe are they for young children? Can people use them all the time? Are they accessible? These questions may seem overly pragmatic, dull even, but they drive the success of a city far more than how visually stimulating it is. One needs only to look at the failings of the Vessel at Hudson Yards in Manhattan to see the drawbacks of prioritizing visual spectacle over functionality, accessibility and safety.

We don’t yet know what it would be like to actually live in a linear skyscraper with tree-lined sky bridges; one of the few projects like it is the Pinnacle@Duxton in Singapore . There, almost 2,000 apartments in seven 50-story towers are connected by two levels of sky bridges. I was part of a team that studied how people used these lush green spaces at height. What we found is they did provide peace and escape amid high-density living. But residents were also frustrated by stringent rules that limited their freedom to use the spaces as they wish.

For millenniums, our cities have been shaped by power and identity. Italians in 13th-century Bologna constructed towers, probably to demonstrate their wealth. Today, New York, Hong Kong, London, Dubai and Shanghai show off in a similar manner, creating brand identities with their skylines in an effort to remain economic and talent powerhouses.

While the Line’s promoters say the project will be great for people and the environment, the desire to create a global icon is surely Saudi Arabia’s main reason for building it. And here, we must admit, it has already been very successful.

But is this the future of urban living? For the sake of city dwellers and the environment, I hope not.

Philip Oldfield is the head of the School of the Built Environment at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and the author of “The Sustainable Tall Building.” Source Photographs by Bettmann/Getty, imagebroker/Fabian von Poser/Alamy.

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