The initial 300 m of walking track to the Pinnacles passes through eucalypt
forest, shrub layers and a small section of Port Jackson pines. From the viewing
platform, the trail continues across a mainly heath covered windswept headland
with panoramic views of the ocean. The track then returns through a deeper,
richer form of plant life.
Check out Boyds Tower, originally designed as a lighthouse by Benjamin Boyd and
built in 1847.
Source: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Blue Mountains National Park Visitor Guide
Additional information can be had
from the National Parks and Wildlife Service. If you are looking for somewhere
to stay in the region, check out our listing for
Sapphire Coast accommodation.