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The Pinnacles Limestone pillars outside of the Town of Cervantes is like the ruins of a lost City popping up out of a desert landscape.
This place my family have visited 3 times over the years with the kids.
There is a circuit you do...More
About 185 from down town Perth...rented a 4WD and th3 journey brought me through nice roads and party off roads due to road works. Seeing the great nature and beautiful greenery.
Unfortunately the flies during summer can be a spoiler to stay outdoor longer.
Very nice to see, didn't mind paying the entrance fee at all. Remember to bring plenty of water and most important of all - insect repellent. So. Many. Flies. A standard feature of outback Australia I guess but it is best to be prepared
Fantastic..... I don’t know what it is but a must do....
something about being there was magical every area was different
We did a day trip and easy done and back for dinner.
Take snacks and water not much along the way.
A must visit when on the Turquoise Coast! The Pinnacles Desert is well worth the time and is well managed with a great self drive tour with ample opportunities to park and explore the Pinnacles on foot.
Friends told us if we go have time before we head down to Margaret River take a day trip North to The Pinnacles.
We were so glad we did. We’d never seen anything like this and the fact we could drive through made it more...More
Took the long road trip to the Pinnacles not knowing what to expect... it truly is a wonder and amazing to see. It goes on for as far as the eye can see... I couldnt spend all day here but it was amazing all the...More
We visited twice - 11am & sunset. At 11am, there weren't many people there, just a few cars & walkers. There were HEAPS of flies, though, which were annoying. We drove round & think that offers the best view of the pinnacles' vastness but also...More
We visited here first thing in the morning when it was still quiet and it was beautifully eerie!
We felt like we were walking around the moon on our own! A wonderful natural phenomenon. The visitor centre was very informative and interesting - just be...More
Self drive tour around the park, where you are free to stop and walk around, to take in these amazing pinnacles. Great picture opportunities.
Cost $13 for a car
Would try and avoid busy times as the experience is better if there are fewer people...More
i reckon you can. You can explore by foot and so don’t miss out. Worst case you can park in a large car park, either unhitch if there is any concern and you want to srive the loop, or get out and explore by foot. We both... More
i reckon you can. You can explore by foot and so don’t miss out. Worst case you can park in a large car park, either unhitch if there is any concern and you want to srive the loop, or get out and explore by foot. We both drove and walked when we visited and I would recommend the same to any visitor.