Nambung National Park

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Beautiful beaches and coastal plains and, in the midst of it all, the unique Pinnacles Desert.
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Melsa85
Canberra, Australia525 contributions
Apr. 2022 • Couples
Be aware it is $15 to enter the national park. We came on a not very busy day and it was very awesome to wander amongst these limestone pillars and take photos. We also drove 15 mins up the road to Lake Thetis and did the walk around there too.
Written 11 April 2022
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steveamcb
Perth, Australia641 contributions
Jul. 2021
It is always worth visiting the Pinnacles because the changing lighting conditions and clouds give different perspectives. The drive was closed when we visited due to some forecast storms but it's better to walk around anyway. Good job on visitors centre too.
Written 5 July 2021
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Kaszi22
Perth, Australia64 contributions
Oct. 2020 • Family
This place is really special, like not even on this planet.
Really enjoyed the drive and walk around and captured the beauty of the rocks
Written 9 October 2020
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Dan L
Bunbury, Australia6,661 contributions
Sep. 2020
This National Park has many highlights. In addition to visiting the Pinnacles Desert, we returned the following day to view and admire the dunes along the coast, the pristine beaches, Lake Thetis and the stromatolites, take a stroll on the boardwalk adjacent the lake and admire the varieties of flora in bloom. So much to see here, allow at least a half-day.
Written 29 September 2020
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caddyandbellA
Perth, Australia3,672 contributions
Sep. 2020
We hadnt been to the Pinnacles for 17 years when there was a tin shed with a gate to enter.I love the updates and think it has been tastefully done.$15 entrance fee for a vehicle carrying up to 12 people.Toilets,visitor centre and gift shop which blend into the bush setting.We decided to walk the trail which is 1.2km long and then we drove around.Im glad we did both.Walking allowed us to interact with the wildlife seeing kangaroos,lizards and birds.The drive took you to some really great places to take photos.At least in this way if you have a caravan behind your car you can do the walk around.A lot bigger than I ever remember it.Make sure you go when travelling up this way.We spent just under 2 hours here.Opens at 9am and closes 9pm but you can enter the park and use the honesty envelopes or credit card to enter.NO CAMPING OVERNIGHT
Written 17 September 2020
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Cheryl U
Perth, Western Australia, Australia10 contributions
Aug. 2020 • Friends
Beauty, history,being able to drive through.We enjoyed the view at sunset.Magical, a different world.
Written 28 August 2020
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STEPHEN K
Ashby de la Zouch, UK1,219 contributions
Mar. 2020 • Family
Well worth a visit on the drive either to or from Perth. A good walk but also a good drive. The whole area is alive with scenery, not forgetting the massive white sand dunes.
Written 28 March 2020
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Stephen L
Cambridge, UK443 contributions
Mar. 2020
The Pinnacles are just stunning. Words cannot describe the beauty. Truly one of the worlds greatest National Parks.
Written 23 March 2020
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rob27898
Cheadle, UK323 contributions
Dec. 2019
we visited here (about 3 hours from perth, i think) for a day visit.

the place looks great and is very mars-like and interesting that no one knows EXACTLY what they area.
The place was busy even though its in the middle of no-where!

Entry free was $15.00 for the car and you spend as long as you want there. We parked up and walked into the site and wandered around on foot for an hour or 2, then got in the car and did the drive-around tour which allows you to 'off road' it and have a mooch futher than you might walk.

There are toilets and visitor center but NO food and beverage offering which is a shame as like it said, its in the middle of no-where. We drove to Cervates for something to eat - i think they are missing a trick there!

It was very hot on our visit so wear suitable shoes for walking on sand, and take plenty of water!
Written 7 January 2020
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Michael-4551
Caloundra, Australia4,658 contributions
Nov. 2019
Visited onSaturday 30th November. It is certainly worth the $8 (seniors price) we paid to enter the National Park and enjoy all there is to do and see there.
Written 25 December 2019
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