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.
The Pinnacles can be accessed from the beach or observed from the opposing cliff. Cliff lookout is less impressive, but easy to get to by a 1 km loop track through the forest.
This extremely colourful formation is made of white and red clay and dates back to 65 millions years ago. It forms a side of a steep gorge and created by erosion.