Lancelin Sand Dunes - Western Australia

These sand dunes are found in the small town of Lancelin, within the Shire of Gingin, roughly 110 kilometres north of Perth. With a total population of just 600 people, this town gained its popularity when it was assigned as a port for the crayfish or lobster industry. Although now, it is these sand dunes which attract nearly 2000 adventure seekers during the Christmas/New Year holidays. At 45 degree angles, and with a length of nearly two kilometres, these are the biggest dunes in the whole Western Australia; and travellers can enjoy sand boarding, or driving in buggies, as well as kite surfing and windsurfing in the ocean near Lancelin.


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