Allow plenty of time to explore this remarkable expanse of rugged coastline, decaying cliffs and amazing rock formations.
Natural Bridge, Island Rock and Shellhouse Grandstand Lookouts:
Visitors can enjoy stunning coastal views. Lookout for marine life, including whales and dolphins.
Connects Natural Bridge to Island Rock. A shaded shelter at Natural Bridge provides a stunning place to sit, relax and enjoy the views over the horizon. A seat halfway allows you to rest and appreciate the scenery.
Bigurda Trail – eight kilometres one way. Class Three:
Connecting Eagle Gorge to Natural Bridge this trail provides stunning coastal views with great photo opportunities. Wildflowers are abundant from winter through spring. Expect uneven surfaces with loose stones.
Eagle Gorge and Pot Alley:
Follow the paths to discover secluded bays.
Mushroom Rock to Rainbow Valley Loop Trail – three kilometres. Class Four:
See a range of rock formations from worm tubes to round boulders and banded colours of sandstone. Informative signage helps you understand the geology and history of the coastline.
Red Bluff to Beach Trail and Red Bluff Lookout – Lookout Class One/Trail Class Three:
Enjoy ocean views north to the Zuytdorp Cliffs or a swim at the beach below.
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Entry fee applies to Kalbarri National Park:
Vehicle with up to 12 occupants: AUD13 per vehicle and Concession AUD7 per vehicle.
Vehicle with more than 12 occupants but not on a commercial tour: AUD6 per occupant (6 years or older) and concession AUD2 per occupant. Motorcycle: AUD7 per motorcycle.