Kalbarri is a picturesque seaside town located 590 kilometres north of Perth, midway along Australia’s Coral Coast. The town itself is located at the mouth of the Murchison River, an ideal playground for families to relax, swim, fish and snorkel in the clear, blue waters.
Kalbarri Visitor Centre is the first place to visit when you arrive. Located in the main street of town, here you can book tours, accommodation and coach transport with the friendly staff, plus find all the local information on sightseeing, walk trails and what to see and do in the area.
A beautifully maintained foreshore with shady trees, shelter huts and playgrounds with barbecues.
Where the river meets the sea, an ideal place to swim in the calm sheltered water, great for kids.
A 10 minute walk from town, this is a great place for exploring rock pools at low tide. Trails from this area lead to Chinaman’s Point and the Zuytdorp memorial lookout.
Declared as a Fish Habitat Protection Area (FHPA) in 2007, it is home to more than 70 species of finfish.
Jakes Beach, National Surfing Reserve
View surfers and dolphins riding this world class wave.
Abseiling Barbeque Beaches & Surf Birdwatching Boating Cafe Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Carpark Coach Parking Cycling Family Family Friendly Fishing Food and Refreshments Four Wheel Driving Hiking Horse Riding International Lookouts Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Telephone Public Toilet Restaurant Shop Snorkelling Surfing Swimming Walk Walks