Nambung National Park

This park is best known for the Pinnacles, thousands of limestone pillars up to 4 metres tall. The stacks formed underground some 15 000–80 000 years ago, and have been exposed by wind erosion so that they now stand like tombstones in yellow sand. About three hours drive from Perth, Nambung also has great beaches, wildflowers and picnic areas with gas barbecues, but there is no camping.

Turquoise Coast Enviro Tours runs highly informative tours of the Pinnacles and the surrounding area with an environmentally aware guide who spent nearly 20 years as a park ranger and prides himself on providing the most accurate information available.

Contact Info

Turquoise Coast Enviro Tours; (08) 9652 7047

www.thepinnacles.com.au

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