Pinnacles in Western Australia are Beautiful

You know we think WA has the best beaches in the country and that Karijini National Park is one of our top 3 in Australia.

Pinnacles Desert in Western Australia is in Nambung National Park 193 kilometres northwest of Perth on Indian Ocean Drive.

Weathered granite spires erupt from yellow sand dunes, some as high as 5 metres.

The Pinnacles were created 25,000 years ago as the water withdrew, leaving shell deposits.

Over time, marine breezes eroded the sand, leaving the limestone pillars exposed.

You don't need much time to appreciate the beautiful desert environment. You may visit neighbouring Jurien Bay's pristine beaches. Drive north to Monkey Mia.