The coastal area of Kalbarri National Park is situated just south of the township. Offering walk trails with sandstone cliffs plunging more than 100 metres to the ocean. Allow plenty of time to explore this remarkable expanse of rugged coastline, decaying cliffs and amazing rock formations.
Natural Bridge, Island Rock and Shellhouse Grandstand Lookouts
Visitors can enjoy stunning coastal views. Be on the lookout for marine life, including whales and dolphins.
The Bigurda Boardwalk
This raised boardwalk connects Island Rock to Shellhouse Grandstand. A shaded shelter along the way provides a stunning place to sit, relax and enjoy the views over the horizon.
Connecting Eagle Gorge to Natural Bridge this trail provides stunning coastal views with great photo opportunities. Wildflowers are abundant from winter through spring. Expect uneven surfaces with loose stones.
Eagle Gorge and Pot Alley
Follow the paths to discover secluded bays waiting to be explored.
Mushroom Rock to Rainbow Valley Loop Trail
See a range of rock formations from worm tubes to round boulders and banded colours of sandstone.
Red Bluff to Beach Trail and Red Bluff Lookout
Enjoy spectacular ocean views north to the Zuytdorp Cliffs before enjoying a swim at the beach below.