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Visited this place to see the rock formation , very interesting . Good drive around in the car where you can stop and hop out to see . Make sure you take comfortable shoes and plenty of water . You can also walk around a...More
Worth a short drive to see them.
We were nearby and went to see them and were glad we did, but to drive from Perth to see them, hmmmm, depends on how much you enjoy rock formations. There is a sand track to drive around...More
I visited The Pinnacles for the first time with another family. I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but it exceeded my expectations. The Pinnacles are unlike anything I've seen before. It was fun reading and understanding how they came to be formed. I expected...More
Drive through the Pinnacles Desert, don’t walk through after sunset, you might get lost! We waited for the sunset and enjoyed the stars - romantic! Being a city-sider, seeing those stars was truly mesmerizing!
Great golden hour photos :)
Just off Hwy 60 15 km before Cervantes, turn right to the Pinnacles. Pillars of limestone, some over 10 ft tall emerge from bright yellow sand. How were they produced ? My preferred explanation is that they are remanents of an ancient forest, which became...More
A 2 hour drive from Perth but so worth it. Firstly the drive itself is really interesting showing the diverse geography of WA. The entrance fee is $13 per vehicle which also allows entrance to other National parks like Yanchep (which is not to be...More
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i reckon you can. You can explore by foot and so don’t miss out. Worst case you can park in a large car park, either unhitch if there is any concern and you want to srive the loop, or get out and explore by foot. We both... More
i reckon you can. You can explore by foot and so don’t miss out. Worst case you can park in a large car park, either unhitch if there is any concern and you want to srive the loop, or get out and explore by foot. We both drove and walked when we visited and I would recommend the same to any visitor.