Kalbarri is a coastal town, set alongside the Murchison River. It is located in the Mid West region, 592 kilometres north of Perth in the Australian state of Western Australia.

The coastline around Kalbarri is wonderful and has quite a history, with several shipwrecks along the shore.

There is a fabulous cycle path along the coastline and coastal clifftops, including Eagle Gorge, Natural Bridge, Pot Alley, Rainbow Valley and Red Bluff. There is also fantastic surf at Jakes Corner.

Kalbarri CliffsTo find out more about the history of Kalbarri head to the unique Riverside Recollections, which offers a host of information and memorabilia. There are also other attractions including the lovely Rainbow Jungle, featuring a number of birds.

Kalbarri BeachFrom Kalbarri you should definitely head into the Kalbarri National Park, which features an array of beautiful gorges along the Murchison River and plenty of bushwalking trails. Two of the main gorges include the Loop and the Z-Bend, with two fabulous lookouts being at Hawks Head and Ross Graham. The Kalbarri National Park has added beauty during the Spring, when the Wildflowers are out.

Kalbarri StreetFrom Kalbarri there are a number of adventure tours into the Kalbarri National Park, including camping tours, fishing charters, horse riding, canoeing and much more.

There is a whole host of accommodation in Kalbarri and a number of restaurants around the town. You can fly to Kalbarri on Western Airlines or catch one of the Westrail Buses from Perth

Kalbarri Accommodation

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