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The Nambung National Park preserves an area of about 17 500 hectares, including the 400 or so hectares of The Pinnacles region.
Entrance fees apply to this park.
ABOVE: Footage of the Pinnacles - Nambung National Park
ATTRACTIONS AND SITES TO VISIT:
The Pinnacles are a group of some 150 000 various sized rock formations within Nambung National Park. Some tower to about 5m in height, while others barely get above the ground. These rock formations rise from out of the sand making The Pinnacles area a very interesting place to visit. There is a 5km loop track leading through The Pinnacles area, with a number of opportunities for further exploration by foot.
Access to the park is best along the Brand Highway and via Cervantes. It is about 17km from Cervantes to the national park.
ABOVE: Footage from a drive through the Pinnacles within Nanbung National Park
There is no camping allowed in Nambung National Park. However, there is a caravan park in nearby Cervantes.
LINKS TO RESOURCES:
Kevin's Wilderness Journeys Homepage
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