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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
The Nambung np is located close to Cervantes. After a bit of walking you´ll reach a small lookout over the Pinnacles and you can walk around there as long as you want. I found the place nice but nothing special.
If you are able to attend of your own free will, rather than as part of an organised tour, you will be able to spend far more time here, which is needed to take it all in.
I wonderful natural wonder which is well preserved...More
To look at the photos this seems a large area but in fact is quite small, the pinnacles are . interesting but a long way to go for not a lot to see. To get there you have to leave the main road north only...More
Have been to the Pinnacles numerous times with both overseas visitors and locals. It is a site worth seeing. An area entirely on its own with limestone pillars of various shapes and sizes covering sand hills. You can drive or walk amongst them. Well worth...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... 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.