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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 11 March 2012

go for a short walk or drive your car around the pinnacles desert. highly recommend to take some food and drinks and go at the end of the day to watch the sunset, find a nice spot and just relax with amazing views :-)

1  Thank leftyx
Reviewed 17 January 2012

The Pinnacles as they are known are interesting but quite a way out of town. I don't know how much the tour companies charge so I cannot comment. It would definitely be a full day tour.

Thank Jessebel
Reviewed 14 January 2012

this was worth seeing its so peaceful and amazing the rocks comming out of the sand u can drive or walk around just seemed a very calming place

1  Thank robyn v
Reviewed 12 January 2012

Well worth a visit, especially at sunrise. The Pinnacles are amazing and the staff friendly and helpful

Thank quin88
Reviewed 10 January 2012

Brilliant, this is a truly unique visit. I visited this place as part of an all day tour north of Perth city. Gets hot out there at this time of the year, so bring your hat, sunnies, 30+ sunscreen, bottle of water, camera, and good...More

Thank Jura L
Reviewed 9 January 2012

The pinnacles are amazing to see. We did a day trip which was a long day, about 2.5 hours each way, but was well worth it

Thank angieMelbourne
Reviewed 2 January 2012

Spiked rocks exposed by sand and wind. Worth a viewing but no need to come back twice.

Thank Patrice H
Reviewed 1 January 2012

After a day of riding through sand dunes we came to the Pinnacle Desert and it was truly amazing, that was 20 years ago and it is still very much in my top places I've visited over the years. I'm planning on going back this...More

Thank Theresa P
Reviewed 1 January 2012

Ok to stop off if you are in the area but apart from that its just odd. Too expensive as a day trip, facilities around the area almost non-existant. Almost feels as though people are not suppose to be there.

Thank Junior_Tracker
Reviewed 31 December 2011

Fascinating quirk of nature. Now it is becoming overgrown with plants it is not as eerie as it was 20 years ago. Worth a visit if passing by.

Thank Lyn6024
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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
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Response from Leanne J | Reviewed this property |
no public transport I am aware of