Kalbarri National Park

The most spectacular feature in this park is the lower reaches of the Murchison River, where the waterway has cut magnificent red and white banded gorges, up to 150 metres high, for 80 kilometres. Check out the Z-Bend, just a 500-metre walk from the carpark. With more than 1800 square kilometres of protected land, the park also has plenty of other features, including coastal cliffs with humpback whales cavorting in the waters at their base, rock stacks and bridges, sand plains, wildflowers from June to November, walking tracks, lookouts and picnic spots. There are no camping areas and no drinking water.

Contact Info

DEC Geraldton; (08) 9921 5955

www.dec.wa.gov.au

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