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Nambung National Park, Cervantes
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Discover the diverse natural world of Nambung National Park, which also contains the otherworldly landscapes of the famous Pinnacles Desert. The park’s informative desert discovery center narrates the story of the popular Pinnacles, weathered limestone formations rising out of the yellow sands, which formed nearly 30,000 years ago. Also featured are several educational displays of the park’s remarkable biodiversity. The park is noted for its many pristine white beaches, where you can swim, snorkel, and surf. You can join a deep-sea fishing expedition, cruise along the offshore islands to see dolphins and sea lions, or visit Kangaroo Point, where mobs of kangaroos gather each day at dusk. To visit Nambung National Park and get the most from your holiday in Cervantes, create itinerary details personal to you using our Cervantes tourist route planner.
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The Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park is such an eerie and beautiful place to visit. The stone monoliths quietly stand guard over such a spectacular landscape. We visited here as part of a tour a... read more »
Majestic limestone formation in a desert along the coastline of WA, sunny yet chilling windy through your spine during Sept, a spot on photogenic scenery location. About 2 hours from Perth, a must for... read more »
Sub Szabolcs Feczak
Must visit if you never been. A very unique landscape, recent sandstone formations. You can spot birds, emus and kangaroos if you are lucky. There is visitor centre with an exhibition, that explains the need to know information about the area in more detail.
Gate witch failing to recognise a national parks annual pass and accusative 'I-think-you-stole-this' tone put a dampener on what really are some fantastic, erm, stones
Lian Mei L
Do note that there's an entrance fee per car of no more than 12 pax to enter. Went on a after-rain day and was kindly advised to walk instead of drive around. The place was lovely to walk and has various opportunities to snap photos or simply marvel at.
Well worth the drive from Perth. Even young kids can enjoy it.
Home to The Pinnacles, always busy with tourists, but it's busy for a reason - they're pretty cool... Take plenty of water and wear a hat if the weathers warm... there's no shade or refreshments out in the park..
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