Some may think that random rocks in the dessert are boring but the unique shapes and structural origin of The Pinnacles make for quite an interesting experience.
According to an article in Australian Geographic, it is believed that The Pinnacles were formed "inside sand-dunes" by acidic rainwater, which somehow cemented the "lime-rich sand" into the clumps of limestone we see today.
The Pinnacles are certainly intriguing, if not a little eerie. They are located about 3-4 hours out of Perth and only an hours drive from beach-side town Cervantes. A stop in at these wonders of the land is a must-do if in the area!
You are able to drive through The Pinnacles on designated tracks and can stop in at the museum and gift store to get all your facts and memorabilia.