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Nambung NP - The Pinnacles are set within the Nambung National Park, about 200 kms north of Perth. They are thousands of limestone pillars up to 4m tall rising up through the sand, which is, in itself strange, as the landscape is a mix of...More
Good photo opp, takes approximately 2 hours one way from Perth city. I love the space, how spectacular it looks in real sight. Visit the museum for more education information. I think it was about AUD13 per entry to the Pinnacles.
The Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park! We found a stone looked like a giant man's thing. Pinnacles, desert landscaping nature magical mysterious Stonehenge, the distance of up to three to four hours north of Perth. Magical spectacular landscape can hide and seek in the...More
In the middle of nowhere, this place is awesome and a wonderful experience. We took the 4KM driving path with plenty of stop over locations to take pictures and experience the desert up close. Typically 1hr is more than enough in this place. The discovery...More
So interesting. Thousands of pillars in all shapes and sizes. You can either walk or drive around this area and plenty of spots to pull over for photo opportunities. Toilet facilities available and a gift shop. It is $13 per car to enter or $7...More
The Pinnacles. Not too impressive. Overexpectation. However, the view during sunset is better. What was nice is only we saw 3 wallabies hoping out from the bush during sunset. Other than that, I think pictures and photos were captured more nicely that the scenery itself.
Yes it was $12 for us. I thought it a bit expensive seeing nature did it and not a city council. However when we got to the center I saw that they are spending the money really well. There is an info center that tell you... More
Yes it was $12 for us. I thought it a bit expensive seeing nature did it and not a city council. However when we got to the center I saw that they are spending the money really well. There is an info center that tell you lots of interesting things I never knew before. Was money well spent.