The Pinnacles

I was lucky enough to get a trip up to the Pinnacles with family during my visit. It was on my must see list.

These limestone formations can be found in Namburg National Park and are a pretty awesome sight. Not only that, they have lots of small trees as companions, many of which would be perfect yamadori if only they were collectable. Of course, as a national park they are protected and rightly so. I have no clue as to most of the species and I’d love someone to identify them if they know. The one with yellow flowers was special.

Here is a gallery of my rock and tree pics. The only drawback was the bloody flies!!! Nets were a must or they’d drive you mental. I’m told it’s just the time of the year. Bad timing on my part. I also added a few photos from Hangover Bay, The Stromatolites near Cervantes, and from the National Park in Yanchep, These were either nearby or my way back to Perth. Worth a visit for the wildlife.

 

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One comment on “The Pinnacles

  1. The yellow flowered tree is a banksia. They have an awesome hard wood pinecone-like center that can be used by wood turners. Look up banksia pod for pictures.

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