These unusual rock formations are about 200 kilometres north of Perth, Western Australia.
Unknown to the general public until 1967, Nambung National Park was formed in 1994. Now the Pinnacles see over 200,000 visitors a year.
This other worldly landscape offers a great day out exploring all the different sizes & shapes of the many Pinnacles. The coastal winds are constantly changing the landscape & sometimes the smaller Pinnacles get buried to emerge again a few days later.
The Aboriginal people of this are are the Nyoongar & Nambung National Park belongs to the Yuat & Wajuk language groups. Nambung actually means "crooked" & is in reference to the river that flows in winter through this area.