A prime attraction of WA’s Coral Coast, the Pinnacles of Nambung National Park are one of the most celebrated tourist spots in the region.
Located just outside the town of Cervantes, approximately 200 kilometres north of Perth, a day trip to the Pinnacles is a must when visiting the Coral Coast strip. These remarkable natural limestone structures were formed over 25,000 years ago, after the sea receded and coastal winds gradually removed the sand surrounding the limestone pillars. Today, these limestone structures loom out of the vast, sandy landscape, some up to 5 metres in height.
The national park which homes the magnificent natural wonders covers an extensive area and is the natural habitat for an extensive array of native flora and fauna.