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 hour drive from Perth or a one and a half hour flight from Perth’s Skippers
Terminal and discover why the region of Kalbarri on Australia’s Coral Coast is among the State’s most popular holiday destinations.