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Lovely rock formation

Once reach there, the wind is so strong. Can watch sunset. very pretty!!! Can see the pretty rock... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Singapore River, Singapore
Amazing and easily accessible

Off the main road there are several spots to see the beautiful cliffs of Kalbarri National Park... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jens C
Utrecht, The Netherlands
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Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Once reach there, the wind is so strong. Can watch sunset. very pretty!!! Can see the pretty rock cliffs along the sea.

Thank EllenAndySoo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Off the main road there are several spots to see the beautiful cliffs of Kalbarri National Park. Easy to access by car, some can be reached on foot from town centre. Not to miss!!

Thank Jens C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Finally made it to Kalbarri National Park. Was put off by the long drive previously. Left Perth at 800 am. A couple of toilet stops on the way, lunch at Geraldton and reached Kalbarri town at about 5:00 pm. Hiked a few popular trails in...More

Thank arangemas
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a long drive from Geraldton via Northampton to the Hawks Head George, which we viewed over the Murchison River. We then drove on to the park where we had a picnic lunch followed by a scenic drive along the coastal road to picturesque...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

IT is na amazing national park! There are 2 main sites in the park: The natures window with great view on a river U-turn. And the other part is a 10 minute drive and there you can do a hike to the river. This is...More

Thank Harrytol
Reviewed 30 June 2018 via mobile

We only did the short walks to all the lookouts and found everything really easy and accessible. There is the option for longer, tougher trails for those who are capable and have the time. We seen some whales and dolphins from the natural bridge lookout...More

Thank James O
Reviewed 26 June 2018

We visited Kalbarri National Park in June 2018 and the coastal cliffs were stunning and breathtaking. There was a range of hikes throughout the park that were all clearly graded based on difficulty- some of which were only 1km return and sealed/ flat, others that...More

Thank Natalie H
Reviewed 21 June 2018

The National Park south of Kalbarri follows the coastline for quite a way, and there are many places to stop and enjoy the views. The carparks are easily accessed from the highway and the walks to the lookouts are well formed and not far. We...More

Thank AnnieR437
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

We took a few different trails. We did the Bigurda trail and saw some beautiful coastal scenery. The only thing that was annoying were the many flies! Another beauty that is a must see is Nature’s Window! I could’ve gazed at this for hours, but...More

1  Thank 7wonderstraveler
Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

Make sure you take time to visit this wonderful area. Most of the lookouts are an easy drive in with a short walk on fabulous viewing platforms. Longer walks are available if you feel so inclined. The scenery is simply stunning....a photographers dream. Keep an...More

Thank Deborah S
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