Pot Alley is a picturesque ocean gorge along the Coastal Cliffs of Kalbarri National Park, boasting spectacular ocean scenery amidst the expansive rugged gorges.
Follow the 400m rocky walk trail down through the gorge to a secluded beach, but please note swimming is not recommended at this location. Be sure to take your camera to capture the countless photo opportunities.
If your visit brings you to the region in late July you will be greeted by the vibrant colours of the wildflowers including the rare Kalbarri spider orchid. Explore the national park on foot using one of many beautiful bush trails, leading you to spectacular sites including Nature's Window and Ross Graham Lookout. Alternatively, take to the Murchison River in a canoe for more stunning views.
Located six hours north of Perth, Pot Alley is a short drive to the friendly town of Kalbarri. The town offers an array of activities to keep the whole family entertained including fishing, safe swimming spots and canoeing along the river.
Pot Alley is accessible via Pot Alley Road off of George Grey Drive. Local tour operators offer guided options along the Coastal Cliffs, sharing fascinating insight and history into the area, or you can soak up aerial views on a scenic flight with Kalbarri Scenic Flights.