The Pinnacle Desert and camping on the coast of WA

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I have a confession, I had absolutely no idea about the Pinnacle Desert until I consulted google on the ‘must sees’ of Western Australia. I can’t believe I had never heard of it before, it was brilliant!

There is a route you can drive/walk for $20 entry fee. We took our car through and parked up on the way for exploring and photos. It is pretty big and the drive takes about 25 minutes.

The Pinnacles were formed over 30,000 years ago after coastal winds eroded the sand, leaving limestone pillars. Some of these are over five metres in size. (I did have to double check these facts against my notes).

I’m just over 5ft so I’m not the tallest of people but you can see how big they are!

Getting here was pretty easy and the area is incredible for camping and FREE, WITH TOILETS. Waking up on…

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