This is the park where the Pinnacles is located, you can drive through or walk by great outdoor sometimes if you are lucky you may come across wild kangaroo
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Nambung National Park Pinnacles was on our list of things to see as we travelled up the coast of WA. Lost of people around as it was a weekend, imagine it might be a bit quieter on a week day. Very interesting to see the...More
The Pinnacles located inside this national park is really unique. Being able to drive right next to this natural wonders is an added plus.
This was a must see on our itinerary after seeing countless photos of the Park in all of the Western Australia brochures that I had seen. The weather wasn't the best while we were there so we chose to do the drive through the Park...More
Our expectations weren't particularly high but we were hugely impressed with the beauty and extent of this national park. We enjoyed the scenic loop drive and the 1.2km walk. Worth a visit.
Really interesting time here. The rock formations are so random and weird that they make great photos. I love the fact that their origin is still under debate - turns out we don't know everything! The information centre gives great information about the history, flora...More
What a fascinating place! We thoroughly enjoyed this visit. After looking through the visitors centre, which is interesting in itself, we did the walk which allowed visitors to move freely amongst the limestone pylons. It's easy to take dozens of photos - so interesting is...More
Definitely worth a visit. The Pinnacles have been sculptured by acidic ground water beneath the dunes. Once pinnacles are exposed by shifting sands they are further sculpted by wind, rain and sun. Feel free to shoot a lot of nice view with pinnacles stones and...More