Red BluffCurrently Closed
Visit this place only and only for its breath taking view. Red Bluff is named after the Dutch explorer William de Vlamigh who discovered it in 1697. He didn’t have an appropriate name for it and simple called it a ‘Red bluff. Since then name stuck, but the place however is more than 400 million year old. It’s a 100 meter steep cliff which extends for about 13 kilometres through Kalbarri from which you have a wonderful view of the ocean and if you’re lucky maybe even a few whales and dolphins.
- Taker binoculars if possible.
- Entry is free.
- Located right adjacent on Red Bluff Road, on the way to Kalbarri Visitors centre.
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88.63% of people who visit Kalbarri include Red Bluff in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
91.21% of people start their Red Bluff visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Red Bluff
92.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Red Bluff