Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri National Park and is one of Western Australia’s most diverse natural attractions. It is said that the formations within the park date back 400 million years. The raw and rugged beauty of this ancient area can be witnessed from various lookouts in the park some only a short walk from the parking areas. The iconic Natures Window in the park can be accessed via a picturesque walking trial which will lead you to the rock formation. For those eager for adventure the 8km Loop Walk Trail beginning and ending at Nature's Window provides an unforgettable gorge experience. Don’t forget your camera, the views within Kalbarri National Park provide incredible photo opportunities.
Cape Range National Park
Cape Range National Park is located 40 km from Exmouth and is a spectacular area of rugged limestone ranges, breathtaking deep canyons and a long stretch of unspoiled beaches. It is one of the few places within Australia which offers the ‘range’ to ‘reef’ experience.Visitors can explore the park along driving trails into Charles Knife and Shothole Canyon and experience the rugged gorge canyons. Taking a boat tour up Yardie Creek is highlight for visitors, cruising beside the sheer cliffs and enjoying the wildlife and tranquillity of the gorge is an experience not to be missed.
Pinnacles Of Nambung National Park
Located in the heart of the Nambung National Park, the Pinnacles Desert is one of Australia’s most unique landscapes, featuring thousands of limestone pillars standing up to five metres tall. These ancient sculptures have formed over millions of years and create a dramatic landscape one which fascinates visitors. The Pinnacles Desert can be explored on the designated four kilometre driving trail or you can stroll through them at your leisure on the 1.2 kilometre walking trail.