Kalbarri region

Kalbarri region of Western Australia

Renowned for stunning rugged scenery, Kalbarri on Australia’s Coral Coast is a fishing, surfing, kayaking and diving hotspot.  It’s nestled where the Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, creating a striking contrast of soaring river gorges and protected swimming bays.

Nearby, you’ll find some of the most magnificent natural landscapes in Western Australia, at Kalbarri National Park. Offering superb walking trails and abseiling spots, the park also boasts over 800 species of wildflowers which create an awe-inspiring display – see them at their best from July to November.

Or, for a journey back in time, head for the town of Northampton where fine heritage buildings and fascinating local history can be explored.

Take a six and a half hour drive from Perth and discover why the region of Kalbarri on Australia’s Coral Coast is among the State’s most popular holiday destinations.

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