The rugged terrain and seclusion of The Kalbarri National Park interests the experienced hiker to the simple holiday maker. Covering an area of 183,004 hectares, it was formally gazetted in 1963.
Situated around the township of Kalbarri, the Park boasts of a spectacular coastline of limestone and sandstone cliffs, wild bushland and deep river gorges. It’s also famous for its wildflowers, most of which bloom from late July, providing a spectacular floral display. Abundant wildlife, including 200 species of birds, is another highlight.
Sightseeing, rafting, canoeing, fishing, picnicking and bushwalking are the most popular activities in the Park.