The Pinnacles, Nambung WA 6521, Australia
Hidden away amongst the lonely dunes and windswept heathland of Western Australia’s Turquoise Coast there is a barren, otherworldly desert of stone pillars rising up out of the golden sand. Ranging in size from less than a foot to about 3m high, these mysterious rocks form ghostly shapes and shadows. This small desert is known as “The Pinnacles” of Western Australia. It is one of Western Australia’s iconic tourist attractions and a main stop for travellers on road trips up and down the coast.