A must to visit at Cervantes, looks like a whole new desert like world with the limestone rock features.
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We have done allot of Australian travel and I was a bit non fussed about going to the Pinnacles, but I can say they were magnificent and I'm stoked we went. We went at 4.30pm an hour before sunset and they looked majestic with the...More
The Pinnacles were so much more than I expected. Firstly we drive around pulling over in lots of places to walk around the many formations. Then we did the walk and the variety and size of the Pinnacles were amazing. It was like we landed...More
Having heard so much about The Pinnacles desert, we decided to drive down and explore the same. It did not disappoint. We went at dusk as recommended, and the shadows formed as the sun was about to set rendered it a lovely sight. A must-do...More
For 12 dollars/ car for entry, this is definitely worth visiting. We had such a great time enjoying the magnificent view. The discovery centre was nice too. The gift shop sells abit over priced drinks and ice creams and souveniers.
A must-see if you're road-tripping along the WA coast (or if you're just in decent proximity). The unique landscapes are something not only unexpected, but amazing to see the sheer scale of in person – I had no idea they were so vast! However, it...More
2.5 hours drive from Fremantle and it's worth it since we have never been to desert before and a rare experience for experience desert in winter. Only con is there is a lot of big flies buzzing around us.
The Pinnacles Desert is located 200km north of Perth.It takes us 2 hours to drive a car to reach the destination.These amazing natural limestone structures in the Nambung National Park were formed over 25,000 years ago, after the sea receded and left deposits of sea...More
A very unique scene, unbelievably beautiful and somehow scary. The drive between the rocks is amazing. Don't forget to visit the gallery to get more information about the place and how it's been formed. You can also see Indian Ocean from there, combination of all...More
We were driving from Geraldton to Perth so not a lot of time to sight see however stopping to walk around the Pinnacles is not to be missed. They really are amazing. I wish there was no drive through as having cars totally spoils the...More