The Pinnacles is one of the most prominent features of the Ben Boyd National Park on NSW South Coast. It is located in the northern part of the park and can be found by turning onto Haycock Road from Pacific Highway about 8 kilometres north of Eden.
Intense colours – these two words always come to my mind when I think about Australian Outback – red soil and incredibly clear deep blue sky mixed with ancient landscapes create amazing scenery. If you add some lakes and rivers to this mix, you get something even more outstanding – and I will not be surprised if it was one of the unofficial reasons why Menindee Lakes System was constructed …
I always marvel at how creative and arty nature can be while creating tourist attractions for us. Isn’t it amazing how a relatively small amount of rock, placed in the right place, can force a river to make a twist like this?
Once a bottom of a huge 160-kilometre long and 180-metre deep lake – Badwater Basin is now a deepest, hottest and driest place in North America.
Located in the eastern part of the Death Valley National Park, 26 kilometres south of Furnace Creek, this place is easy to find.
Zabriski Point – a very well-known and most popular lookout in the Death Valley National Park, located in the eastern part of the park 5 kilometers south-east of Furnace Creek. Lookout is famous for its’ maze of convoluted rock formations and great views over Death Valley badlands.