The Pinnacles are limestone formations within Nambung National Park, near the town of Cervantes, Western Australia.

Formed over 25,000 years ago, the naturally formed limestone pillars attract over 200,000 Australian and International visitors every year! Arguably Western Australia’s most famous natural wonder, the Pinnacles came to be as sand receded over the years and left deposits of sea shells leaving each pillar unique in shape and size as the elements have worn them down over the millennia. Some are up to 5 metres tall!

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Some 360° panoramic views of The Pinnacles

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