Pinnacles Desert, Nambung National Park
The Pinnacles, thousands of limestone formations, lend this desert-like part of Nambung National Park a surrealist look. An ancient sacred Aboriginal site, Pinnacles Desert and its colourful cliffs were sculpted by erosion over thousands of years resulting from an agglomeration of sand with clay (acting like cement) and the presence of hematite (which colours the sand in at least fifty shades of saffron, orange and brown). Awesome!
Australia’s South West: choose your 4x4 and go!
Thousands of kilometres of virtually pristine coastal wilderness, an ochre landscape nearly as endless as the horizon... who hasn’t dreamt of participating in an epic Australian adventure? Dreamers beware: the Great West is a challenging territory that is best conquered in a 4x4.Discover