Pinnacles Desert features thousands of limestone pillars that reach up out of the sand. This desert and the limestone pinnacles is located in Nambung National Park in Western Australia.
The pinnacles or pillars appear in a variety of shapes and sizes. The can reach a height of 11.5 feet (3.5m) and can be jagged, rounded, sharp-edged, or any combination. The pillars are created by the wind blowing causing them to get carved and eroded.
Nambung National Park is bordered by Southern Beekeepers Nature Reserve in the North and South Hammocks. Pinnacles Desert seems like a scene out of a science fiction or outer space movie; it really is unique.