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Stop At: The Pinnacles, Pinnacles Drive Nambung National Park, Cervantes, Western Australia 6511 Australia
The Pinnacles Desert landscape is a natural gallery of hundreds of sandstone plinths much like a type of Stonehenge.
The totally natural sandstone plinth shapes are randomly scattered around the park and are of varying sizes, shapes, textures, heights and colours.
Sandy winding pathways enable vehicle access through the Pinnacles Desert park and there are sidings which allow temporary parking and photography stops to take place.
Its common for visitors to take photos of the Pinnacles Desert as a natural background landscape.
There is a modern Discovery Centre at the entrance to the Desert Park which explains various theories about how the landscape was formed. Displays of the wildlife and flora of the Desert Park are also part of the Discovery Centre as well as a souvenir shop.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes