Having never visited Cervantes we were keen to do so this trip. After organising accommodation at Cervantes we set off for the Pinnacles in the late afternoon. Although the visitor centre closes at $:30 the park remains open 24/7. When we got to the start of the one way loop drive there is a sign advising that large vehicles should not enter. Our motor home was 7.2m long but not one of the higher ones. We were able to do the drive but had to be VERY careful in some places as the track winds around between the rock formations. There are a number of roadside pull-offs where you can stop to wander around to take photos. I had thought it was all the same, but as the road winds around you are constantly faced with different views, from masses of tightly packed spires to open sand dunes looking across at clumps of spires, the motor home an insignificant dot in the landscape. We selected one lonesome spot to set up our camp chairs and table for drinks and nibbles as the sun set. However we didn't expect to be surrounded by 6 Pajeros in a tour group who also decided to stop at exactly the same spot for their final sunset photos, including the magnified belly shots of their toy cars and the photos of the Aussies (us) doing our thing by the roadside. Finally they moved on, leaving us to enjoy the final night of our holiday in peace!