Over 183,000 hectares of outback adventures, dramatic gorges and dazzling wildflowers make Kalbarri National Park one of Western Australia’s most popular places to visit.
The seaside town of Kalbarri is a six and a half hour drive north of Perth. You’ll also find Kalbarri National Park on the itineraries of many tours departing from Perth.
Go bushwalking, gorge hiking or canoeing and take a journey back 400 million years, when the tidal flats of an ancient sea formed the striking red sandstone and the mighty Murchison River carved out deep gorges on its way to the ocean.
For a more relaxed and equally breathtaking experience, drive out to the park’s many lookouts for some must-snap vistas, including the famous Nature’s Window, The Loop*, Z Bend*, Hawks Head and Ross Graham, Red Bluff and Pot Alley.
To see the park ablaze with the colours of spring, visit between July and October. Over 1,100 varieties of wildflowers are found there, from Grevilleas to feather flowers.
The road into Natures Window and the Z Bend have recently been sealed allowing access to all types of vehicles. (except caravans and vehicles under tow)
Abseiling Australian Tourism Accreditation Birdwatching Canoeing/Kayaking Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available Fishing Hiking Lookouts Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Public Toilet Rock Climbing Swimming Visitor Information Centre Walk
Pass not required for coastal areas of National Park.
AUD7 for concession card holders; AUD13 full price per vehicle per day.
Available at Kalbarri Visitor Centre.
Contact DPaW for monthly and yearly passes.