Amazing Rocks, Cliffs & Blowholes in WA

Western Australia is known for some of the most unique and stunning rock formations in the world.

From the towering red rocks of the Kimberley region to the ancient limestone formations of the Pinnacles Desert, the state offers a diverse range of geological wonders.

looking left at Wave Rock in Western Australia
Wave Rock is located within the outback of Western Australia

The Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park is a particularly striking example, with its distinctive beehive-shaped domes that have been formed over millions of years.
Wave Rock near Hyden is another popular attraction, with its impressive wave-like formation that spans over 100 meters in length.

These natural wonders are a testament to the incredible power and beauty of Western Australia’s geological processes.

Sugarloaf Rock Dunsborough on a windy day
Sugarloaf Rock (Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park)
Looking toward Turtle Rock Coral Bay
Turtle Rock (Coral Bay)
Looking right at wave rock western australia
Wave Rock (Hyden)
Wooden platform at Moses Rock near Yallingup
Moses Rock (Yallingup)
The foot bridge at Canal Rocks in Yallingup
Canal Rocks (Yallingup)
Sliding down into the pool at big rock collie south west
Big Rock (Collie)
Natures window at Kalbarri National Park
Natures Window (Kalbarri)
The Pinnacles in Cervantes
Nambung National Park (Cervantes)
Indijup Natural Spa
Injidup Natural Spa (Yallingup)
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