From Perth to the north, there is a magical peak stone array about 250km away. You can see a bare desert on the map. After millions of years of wind and rain, the shells are composed of shells. Different shapes of stone, a close dialogue with the ancient desert sculpture...
The ancient desert sculptures of the Pinnacles, the thousands of fossils
spikes that have accumulated over the years are representative of Western Australia. It is located in South Borg, north of Perth. National parks, in the flat sand dunes, standing on limestone spires, the highest is 1.5 feet, the small is only as big as a finger, looks like an array of ancient battlefields, so it is called "spike stone" Array."
It is suitable for self-driving tour. The car can be driven into the scenic spot, and a car will charge 13 Australian dollars, no need to collect separate individual tickets.
Before I left, I always thought that the Pinnacle Stone Formation was the same as the Cappadocia landscape in Turkey. It was discovered afterwards that it was different. Cappadocia is a large number of magma cooled, calcified, solidified weathered rock formations, which are the living fossils of deserts and virgin forests. When I first arrived at the sights, I saw the landscape at first sight, which was really shocking. The
self-driving landscape route is 4 kilometers. It is quite humanized as long as there is a place where you can park your car. And the scenic area is very large, there are very few people, you can play here for a long time.
The infinite stone array, endless beauty, as if the whole world belongs to me. In the middle of some deserts, you will see green plants, and you can see the sea in the distance. This natural landscape is so special.
If you are planning to watch the Xinghai here, it is a good choice. There is a special RV camp where you can sleep and watch the stars in the scenic area at night.
The Lanslin White Sand Dunes are the largest sand dunes in Australia. Compared to the general sand dunes, the sand here is white and soft, and looks like ice cream, so it is also called ice cream dunes. The location of the
Lancelin dunes is very strange, right in the vicinity of the Indian Ocean coastline, so you can see the unique blue and white sea and sand dunes. The most worthwhile activity here is sand-skiing, which slides down from the high sand dunes and is definitely a must-have project.
The Pinnacles is located in the South Borg National Park, 260 km north of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. The grotesque stone pillars in the park form a unique spectacle in the desert. In the flat sand dunes, limestone spires stand everywhere. Stalagmites, the tallest is 4 meters, the small is only as big as a finger, like the array of ancient battlefields, known as the "spike stone array." When the Dutch explorer looked out from the boat to the desert landscape shaped like a limestone pillar, he thought that he had discovered the ruins of an ancient city. In fact, these spectacular scenery is a natural phenomenon of geological changes. In the Taikoo era, this was once a seaside with forests, and limestone was evolved from shells in the ocean. The rain rushes the lime in the sand to the bottom of the sand dunes, leaving the quartz sand, breeding the humus, and then growing the plants. The roots of the plants cause cracks in the soil, slowly filled with cracks and petrified by quartz, and then Under the weathering effect, the surface of the sand is exposed and becomes a stone pillar, which is the peak stone array that people now see. Pinnacles often appear on the cover of the Western Australia Travel Handbook and are one of the attractions of Western Australia.
The Pinnacles are located in the Nambung National Park. These stones were originally the roots of plants. The roots of these trees contain acidic substances that cause calcium minerals around the roots to adhere to the surface of the roots to penetize them, and then undergo geological changes. The sand is blown away with the wind, and these roots gradually emerge from the surface, forming a "spike stone array." It seems that this kind of landscape is not unique in Western Australia, but it is the most, and it is said that there are millions.
can only be seen from afar, can not climb the touch Oh
far away is the white sand and blue sea, so the contrast of the scenery is more vivid and beautiful
distant white sand is also one of Western Australia characteristics
Kings Park is located west of Perth City, close to Australia's most beautiful university, the University of Western Australia, and is the largest urban park in the Southern Hemisphere. The terrain is high and overlooks the entire Perth and Swan Rivers and is a favorite natural resting place for Perth citizens. This 4 square kilometer, bushy, large park is full of trails and runways, with picnic sites, observation decks, wildflowers and playgrounds everywhere. It is the pride and joy of Perth City. One of the highlights in the
Kings Park is the famous architect's designed Lotterywest Federation Walkway, a 222-meter long reinforced glass walkway that hovers over the banyan tree. The shelf is constructed so that people can walk on the canopy. Another highlight is the 170,000-square-meter botanical garden, which brings together more than 2,000 plants from Western Australia. In the spring, Western Australia's famous wildflowers will show you the colorful; every September, there is the Perth Wildflower Festival waiting for you to enjoy.
Western Australia Attractions The strange landforms of Jianfeng Township seem to fall into the lunar surface
more than 200 kilometers from Perth, you can come to this strange landform. It is 20 km from the nearest town of Cervantes, the nearest town of Pinnacles, and it takes about 20 minutes by car. The scenic spot is actually called Lampang National Park. There are roads dedicated to vehicles in the scenic area. They are surrounded by stones and are unidirectional. It is recommended to visit the Pinnacles of Stones within 2 hours before sunset. Under the sun, the stone pillar has a long shadow, which is very suitable for taking pictures.
Opening time: The attraction itself is always open, but there are no more than 4 pm ticket sales and service points, and you can buy tickets by yourself.
Tickets: Tickets for Lampang National Park are 12 per car. If you go to Yanchep National Park that day, come to Jianfeng Town for free.
Located 260 km north of Perth, Western Australia, Pinnacle is part of Lampang National Park. This singularly activated stone virgin forest in the desert, with thousands of limestone columns, is a wonder. The limestone rock of the Pinnacles is composed of clam shells. These clam shells are mixed with sand and then blown into the inland by the wind to form a domed stone. After years of erosion, they form a harder limestone column, forming today's peak stone array. In Australia's golden sunset, the Pinnacle Stone Array can be photographed as a beautiful postcard and become a postcard for Western Australia. Entering the Lampang National Park, it is full of loess. When you enter the Pinnacle Stonehenge, you have to collect tickets. You can drive in and go for 12 cars per car. You can also park your car in the parking lot. We all think that driving is more fun. Its like a small road test.
Returning to the urban area, returning to the human world, today I have to come to the card because of the rain that I did not go into. Kings Park is the perfect place to see the panorama of Perth. There are green spaces, botanical gardens, uncultivated forests, a variety of birds and western wildflowers. In addition, there is a National War Memorial in the Kings Park. Before the monument, everyone silently observed, no one spoke loudly. From the top of the mountain, we can see the docks and boats that we used to take to the Perth Zoo, and we can see the continuous highway. The air here is very fresh, so I like the feeling of breathing. I can see the birds passing by the head at any time. They are not afraid of people. There is a glass suspension bridge in the park, and the scenery from the bridge is particularly good.