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Lancelin YHA

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Things to do in Lancelin YHA

Lancelin is a small friendly fishing village with a European touch. One of the world's best windsurfing locations and popular for kitesurfing (October to April). Surf all year round, snorkel, swim, walk, sandboard in the huge Lancelin sand dunes.

Within walking distance from the Lancelin YHA is the Tavern, which has a superb beer garden, looking out over the stunning Indian Ocean.

At the hostel

FREE - Ride bikes

Guests have free use of the bikes at the hostel.


FREE - Take a dip in the pool

Whether you want to swim until your heart's content or just relax on the edge, Lancelin has the perfect pool! 

Swimming Pool

Tours & activities related to this hostel

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6 Day Perth to Exmouth Adventure Tour

See Pinnacles Desert, Pink Lake, Z-bend and Nature's Window, Monkey Mia, Shell Beach, Ningaloo Reef and more with a local, passionate tour operator!
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9 Day Perth To Adelaide Nullabor Adventure Tour

The ultimate Australian road trip! Get off the beaten track to untouched, pristine landscapes with gorgeous wildlife and epic active adventures. Includes 1 FREE night with YHA.

FREE things to do in Lancelin

  1. Visit the Pinnacles. These stunning and unique rock formations are an hour north of Lancelin but well worth the drive. For an amazing sight, go at sunrise or sunset.
  2. Go sandboarding. Board down silky white sand dunes for an adrenaline rush!
  3. Hit the beach! Whether you want to dive straight into the water or relax on the sand all day, Lancelin's beaches are second to none.

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