The Pinnacles are limestone formations contained within Nambung National Park, near the town of Cervantes, Western Australia.
The Pinnacles Desert has, like its name suggests, pinnacles within the desert. These rather strange looking pinnacles stand at a height of a few centimetres to several metres. It really is fantastic to see, due to its peculiarity.
Another good reason to visit the National Park is due to its fabulous wildflowers, which can be seen between August and October.
Western Australia is famous for its wildflowers and the Pinnacles Desert is one of many places you can see them.
Although you can't stay within the Nambung National Park, there is a small selection of accommodation at Cervantes along the beachfront.
Destinations within Central West
|Other Central West Destinations
|Nambung National Park