The town of Kalbarri is located 6-7 hours drive (590km) from Perth's CBD and is neighboured by two distinctly different landscapes – ancient rust-red inland gorges to the east, and towering ocean cliffs moated by ocean waves to the west. The town itself is encircled by the mighty Murchison River.
Most visit the town to explore the Kalbarri National Park and see the colours of Kalbarri for themselves!
Best Time to Visit: All year round
Inland Gorges: May to October
Coastal Cliffs: All year round
Kalbarri offers a wealth of activities and attractions for people of all ages and interests from swimming, fishing, cruising, surfing and walking trails to scenic flights, abseiling, quad biking, spotting wildflowers and whale watching.
South of Kalbarri, the seaside towns of Port Gregory and Horrocks offer a laid back beach getaway with great swimming, fishing, surfing and windsurfing. Head inland to Northampton to see heritage buildings and learn about the area’s fascinating history. And offshore is the Abrolhos Islands which can be accessed by air.