Kalbarri is Western Australia's outdoor holiday playground and home to the spectacular Kalbarri National Park. The town is encircled by two distinctly different landscapes, to the east of the town the 400 million year old gorges of the Kalbarri National Park and to the west the towering Coastal Cliffs which plummet into the ocean below. Kalbarri offers a wealth of activities and attractions from swimming, surfing, hiking, fishing and whale watching.
The Kalbarri National Park is a short drive out of town offering superb walking trails and boasts over 800 species of wildflowers which create an awe-inspiring display from July to October each year. Best known for the iconic Nature's Window, there are 14 sites within the Park including easy trails Ross Graham Lookout and Hawk's Head Lookout as well as more adventurous hiking trails of The Loop and Z Bend. Follow one of the many walking trails, join a river cruise, or try abseiling and quad biking.
Jaques Point is a popular surf break for enthusiasts, and offers spectators on the beach close up views of the surfing action. If relaxing and swimming is your ideal way to spend the days then head to Chinaman's Beach and take advantage of the refreshing clear waters.
Don't miss a chance to feed the friendly resident pelicans on the foreshore every morning from 8.45am.
Kalbarri is approximately 6.5 hours to drive from Australia’s sunny capital of Perth.