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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Pinnacles Drive | Nambung National Park, Cervantes, Western Australia 6511, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The parking is 13AUD, but free if Yanchep National Park parking has been paid on the same day. The information centre is informative. There is a signposted walk across the desert, through the stones. Some are camouflaged against the stones, so look ahead! It takes...More

Thank Rachel E
Reviewed 6 days ago

Seems like you are on another planet. The sand is so yellow and the pinnacles themselves look like they been there a long time. Worth the slow drive thru and stop at the small side-parking and marvel at nature.

Thank parbendra
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This was on the bucket list for our trip to WA. So glad we stopped. These monolith-like structures that soar from the barren desert landscape are a sight to behold. You pay $13.00 entrance fee per vehicle as it is a part of the WA...More

Thank leoflora
Reviewed 1 week ago

Best thing about this place is you can either park your vehicle and walk around or get out and explore it a little more. Excellent for the elderly or people who have issue with walking or standing too long. Lots of young children loved playing...More

Thank Kerrie P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The weather driving up wasn't that flash but cleared when we arrived. Amazing landscape, story and history. Very interesting and awesome walking and traveling the drive through it all. Visited the walk through info centre and gift shop. Totally worth a visit for anyone wanting...More

Thank George B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was amazing places. Even the sun so bright but the wind ia very cool. The view i saw is the something i never seen before. It was wonderful & unique. It's worth it to drive more than 2 hours just to get here.

Thank Zureen H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had been really looking forward to visiting the Pinnacles but found I was quite disappointed, not least because you can actually drive around them which I understand makes them accessible for more people but I think detracts from the natural beauty of the site....More

Thank Factsnotfiction71
Reviewed 1 week ago

What an amazing place. So much so we went twice. 192ha of limestone tors varying in size 300mm to a couple of metres and the parks authority have made access by car so easy without spoiling the drama. A golden landscape. Dawn and dusk are...More

Thank William J H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Definitely worth a trip from Perth. It is a little over 2 hours from Perth but combine with a visit to other National Parks or the Perth Northern beaches on the way. You can drive in with a 2WD vehicle on a compacted sand/gravel road....More

1  Thank Graham R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You have to see them to see nature at its best. National Parks have done a great job on roads and signs but you can’t stop the idiot tourists climbing and sitting on them. Disappointing to see that. Gallery was interesting.

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Jenni U
8 July 2018|
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Response from D W | Reviewed this property |
No dog sign on web site parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/pinnacles-desert-lookout-and-drive
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mardhiah s
26 April 2018|
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Response from keentraveller2018 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, I rang the National Park in Yanchep up for you and yes you can definitely use your Pinnacles ticket to enter the National Park so long as you show them your ticket and its on the same day as your visit to... More
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Invicta23
19 March 2018|
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Response from Toby M | Reviewed this property |
June would be an excellent time to visit as it will be much cooler and more pleasant than in the summer. Much more comfortable to walk and hike compared to the summer.
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