245km north of Perth in the Nambung national park near the town of Cervantes in Western Australia is one of Australia’s most unique landscapes.
Limestone spiers,some several meters tall, rise out of the shifting bright yellow desert sand across a huge area.
The area was practically unknown until the 1960’s and the process by which the spiers was formed is still contentious.
What is sure is that it is a truly magical place, an alien landscape the like of which I have never seen before.
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