The Pinnacles are limestone formations contained within Nambung National Park, near the town of Cervantes, Western Australia, Australia. Centered on the town's of Cervantes, Jurien Bay and Leeman, this destination features the World Famous Pinnacles Desert, a diversity of wildflowers you won't believe, living stromatolites, unique fauna, pristine beaches, excellent fishing, and is slap bang in the middle of the renowned Western Rock Lobster fishery. Discover the ancient desert sculptures of the Pinnacles, which sit in Nambung National Park, along an idyllic stretch of coastline north of Perth. It's a true desert landscape in Nambung National Park, where the weathered rock spires of the Pinnacles rise out of yellow sand dunes. Yet the park sits on the deep blue Indian Ocean, along an idyllic stretch of coast three hour's drive north of Perth. After experiencing the eerie Pinnacles, stay in the fishing village of Cervantes, with its white beaches, coral reefs and Lake Thetis, a salt lake teeming with living fossils. Get up close to a rich array of wildlife in Badgingarra National Parks and discover Jurien Bay's national parks and idyllic sandy beaches. Once here, a scenic walk and drive trail winds past the ancient limestone pillars of the Pinnacles, some several meters tall. They're scattered across the desert in their thousands, creating an eerie, alien-like landscape.