Kalbarri attractions

Many Kalbarri attractions can be found within the national park and the Kalbarri beaches beyond. Among the top things to do in Kalbarri is to hit the bushwalking tracks to view dazzling spring wildflowers and spectacular rock formations in the gorges and coastal cliffs. Take a look at the full list below and see Kalbarri tours for some great day trip ideas.
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Rainbow Jungle - The Australian Parrot Breeding Centre

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+618 9937 1248
Address:
Red Bluff Road, Kalbarri, 6536
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Rainbow Jungle - The Australian Parrot Breeding Centre is a beautiful parrot habitat, where you will find the largest parrot free flight aviary in the country.

Couple at Natures Window, located in the Kalbarri National Park
Location Children Allowed

Kalbarri National Park

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
Ajana Kalbarri Road, Kalbarri National Park, 6536
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One of Western Australia's most popular places for colourful wildflowers, Kalbarri National Park also offers a range of adventure activities like bush walking, gorge hiking and canoeing. ...

Eagle Gorge, in the Kalbarri National Park
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Eagle Gorge

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 08 9937 1104
Address:
Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri, 6536
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Eagle Gorge in the Kalbarri National Park offers spectacular views of the Murchison River and the interior of the park from its peak.

Chinamans Beach, in Kalbarri
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Chinaman's Beach

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
Grey Road, Kalbarri, 6536
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The tranquil setting of Chinaman's Beach on the Murchison River in the heart of Kalbarri, makes it a popular swimming spot.

The Loop Lookout, Kalbarri National Park
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The Loop and Z Bend

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri, 6536
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The Loop and Z Bend are sections of the Murchison River aptly named because of the enormous loops and Z bend they have created as they flow through the gorges.

Couple hiking at Eagle Gorge, in Kalbarri National Park
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Pot Alley

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri, 6536
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Pot Alley is a picturesque ocean gorge in Kalbarri National Park, boasting spectacular ocean scenery amidst the expansive rugged gorges. Enjoy a swim at the lovely sheltered swimming beach and be sure to take your camera to capture the countless photo opportunities.

The Murchison River, at Kalbarri
Location

Murchison River

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
via Ajana Kalbarri Road, Kalbarri, 6536
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The mighty Murchison River in Kalbarri National Park is one of the best spots for fishing in Western Australia. Its path through sandstone cliffs and out to the Indian Ocean also makes for a stunning scenic view, excellent bushwalking, hiking, trekking, cruising and canoeing.

Hawks Head Lookout, in Kalbarri National Park
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Hawk's Head Lookout

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri, 6536
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Hawk's Head Lookout is a spectacular vantage point located within the Kalbarri National Park. It provides stunning views of the Kalbarri Gorges and Murchison River.

Ross Graham Lookout, in Kalbarri National Park
Location

Ross Graham Lookout

Attraction Kalbarri

Contact:
+61 8 9937 1104
Address:
via Ajana Kalbarri Road, Kalbarri, 6536
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The Ross Graham Lookout offers breathtaking views over the gorges within the Kalbarri National Park. Take a short walk from the car park down to the river's edge for a swim and explore the glorious countryside on foot.

Children swimming off the jetty, at Horrocks
Location

Horrocks Beach

Attraction Horrocks

Contact:
+61 08 9921 3999
Address:
Off Horrocks Road, Northampton, 6535
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Horrocks Beach is a popular and picturesque swimming beach near Northampton, between Geraldton and Kalbarri. Enjoy swimming, fishing, beach combing or indulge in a range of water sports. If your visit brings you to Horrocks in late spring, visit the specially constructed platform to look out for Humpback whales on their migration south.

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