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Interested in seeing nature-made art? Then be sure to visit the Pinnacles Desert in Western Australia where Mother Nature created incredible ancient sculptures, decorating the western coastline.
Located along Australia’s Coral Coast, within the Nambung National Park, roughly 200km north of Perth, these formations stand up to few metres in height, portraying an array of faces, shapes and sizes.
The limestone pillars, of which there are thousands, rise several feet above the ground. The area is also home to wildlife such as wild emus and galahs. Since it is set along the coast, you’ll also find white sandy beaches nearby.
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