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Beautiful beaches and coastal plains and, in the midst of it all, the unique Pinnacles Desert.
200 Km North of Perth | Midwest Region, Cervantes, Western Australia 6521, Australia
+61 8 9652 7913
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

Thank kerrismith742017
Reviewed 4 July 2018

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.

Thank marly731
Reviewed 2 July 2018

Great set up park, Drive along the one way route and pull over when you want to go for an explore. Very interesting location. No drones allowed without prior permits. No climbing on the rocks.

Thank Jonathan K
Reviewed 29 June 2018

Driving around the Pinnacles was fantastic and inspiring The rock formations were briiliant plenty of places to pull over go for a walk take photos It is a National Pass and you must pay I had a WA National Park Pass a must to have...More

Thank ronald w
Reviewed 11 June 2018

Long drive there. Was hampered by wet weather. Was glad we had about 30 mins to drive through and walk around for awhile. Did not get to complete the walk trail because of the rain that came by. Thank goodness we made it to the...More

Thank Toh_CH
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

I loved seeing The Pinnacles! This park has a one way loop road so you can see so many Pinnacles. It also has a visitor center with a nice walking path to some Pinnacles. I thought this was an amazing sight and it would be...More

Thank 7wonderstraveler
Reviewed 28 May 2018

Watching the sun come up on an slightly cloudy morning over the pinnacles was an amazing sight and well worth the effort. With my 13 year old grand daughter I set off for the short drive from Cervantes to the Nambung National Park. it was...More

Thank Maureen R
Reviewed 4 May 2018

When we arrived at the Pinnacles Desert Namburg National Park, we decided to park our car and head for the Desert View Walk Trail. We walked among the many pinnacles. They were everywhere. There were small ones, medium ones and large ones. The desert trees...More

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Scattered cloud causing shadow creates great photos.Don't forget to show your seniors or pension card from any state to get a discount.

Thank Greg H
Reviewed 20 April 2018

We left Perth early in the morning to get to see the Pinnacles. The drive is long but there is a few places on the way where you can stop for a drink and a snack. The Pinnacles are an amazing sight! There is thousands...More

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27 April 2018|
Response from Alan L |
Any bb close bye
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Response from l3n0r | Reviewed this property |
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
24 September 2015|
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Response from Leanne J | Reviewed this property |
no public transport I am aware of