albarri offers the perfect escape with beach, bush and every kind of Aussie scenery rolled into one location.
There are spectacular red rock gorges, rugged coastal cliffs, colourful wildflowers, the Murchison River and pure white sandy beaches.
Situated where the Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, a six hour drive north of Perth, Kalbarri is warm and sunny most of the year. To add to the postcard-perfect scene, whales and their calves migrate along the coast and dolphins frolic in the bay. You can swim, water ski and kayak, or hire paddleboats, dinghies and windsurfers on the river foreshore.
For the energetic, there’s abseiling, hiking, tennis, golf and surfing. Join a fishing charter, or throw in a line from the beach.
In the Kalbarri National Park, 800 species of wildflowers burst into bloom from July to October in a array of magical colours. Hike through dramatic gorges or go for a leisurely cycle along uninterrupted coastline, stopping at picturesque bays to cool off. Animal lovers can visit Rainbow Jungle centre with tropical gardens and waterfalls – and support their mission to save the endangered species.
Don’t miss the daily feeding of the pelicans on the foreshore or an invigorating horse-ride along the beach at sunset.
Take your pick from, day trips to the gorges, camel treks, canoe safaris, whale watching and boat cruises.
A sightseeing flight over the national park, coastline and Abrolhos Islands is the ultimate way to soak up the incredible scenery.