Kalbarri National Park
There are many reptile species living in the rock-encrusted wilderness of Kalbarri National Park, including black-headed monitors (racehorse goannas), shingleback lizards and thorny devils. Winter is the best time to see them. Overhead, ospreys and wedge-tailed eagles soar, while closer to the ground are wrens, emus and red-tailed black cockatoos. Descend into the gorges along the Murchison River at dawn to see birds and other wildlife (such as euros and western grey kangaroos) gathering for a drink.
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