The Kalbarri region is a family-favourite holiday destination, renowned for its adventure experiences on the water and land-based attractions.

Situated where the Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, the town of Kalbarri is surrounded by the soaring inland and coastal gorges of Kalbarri National Park, and protected swimming bays like the Blue Holes, superb walking trails, and over 1000 species of wildflowers.

To the south, the seaside towns of Port Gregory and Horrocks offer laid-back beach getaways with great swimming, fishing, surfing and windsurfing. Don't forget to stop at Port Gregory's iconic Pink Lake (Hutt Lagoon) on your travels! Inland of Horrocks is Northampton, one of the oldest settlements in Western Australia, where you can experience Indigenous art, see heritage buildings and learn about the area’s fascinating history.

Kalbarri is approximately 6 hours' drive north of Perth, or you can take a quick 50 minute flight to Geraldton with Qantas and then drive 90 minutes north to Kalbarri.

Kalbarri River Mouth over town aerial


The laidback coastal town is a popular family holiday destination, surrounded by Kalbarri National Park's magnificent inland gorges and soaring Coastal Cliffs, and home to an abundance of land- and water-based activities.

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Port Gregory

40 minutes south of Kalbarri lies Port Gregory, a scenic fishing village bordered by exposed coral reef to the west and the iconic Pink Lake (Hutt Lagoon) to the east.

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Horrocks aerial


Horrocks is an ideal family beach getaway, nestled along white sandy beaches with sheltered waters, rock pools and a range of water-based activities to be enjoyed.

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Northampton Sacred Heart Convent


The historic town of Northampton is rich with culture and heritage, from architecturally and historically significant building to Indigenous artwork and friendly locals.

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