Travel Blogs from Kalbarri National Park, Australia

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Going down - Down under, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Going down - Down under

A travel blog entry by mitz24

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The first stop today was to drive into Kalbarri National Park and go right into its heart to see thr 400 million year old rocks, coastal cliffs and its river gorges. The first gorge of the day we went to visit was the Z bend gorge which was quite funny to ...

Plastic beds - no no no!, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Plastic beds - no no no!

A travel blog entry by mitz24

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After the Hutt we then proceeded to drive onto Kalbarri where we were staying for the night. Once we got there we had some free time before our BBQ dinner that was being made so a few of us went down to the beach for a stroll and I took pictures of the ...

Galena Bridge, Galena, Australia travel blog

Galena Bridge

A travel blog entry by tonyandmarina

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... morning. Might be. Might be caught in Tasmania, frozen and shipped here too. Our book declares three camping sides 80 kms out of Kalbarri to be nice, so we decide to sniffle. And sure enough, we find one at a lake, with a dunny and a dump ...

Tour Day 2 - Abseiling and Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia, Australia travel blog

Tour Day 2 - Abseiling and Kalbarri National Park

A travel blog entry by hrhdownunder

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... You know what, I reckon I might even do it again! Wow! Afterwards, we went for a hike back through the gorges in Kalbarri National Park and then mooched up to Natures Window, so named cos' it's, well, it's like a window on Nature really. They're very ...

In the Outback!, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

In the Outback!

A travel blog entry by maxandtrudy

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Well we are having fun, its great spending time with Ben, we have been deep sea fishing and a 8km walk around the national park.  Ben is getting pampered and enjoyed having a face pack, nails painted and massage!!  He is comfortable with his ...

Pinnacles, Gorges, Dolphins and Whale splashes!, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Pinnacles, Gorges, Dolphins and Whale splashes!

A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau

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... cannot begin to explain as the scientists don't agree what made these guys. (see photos). Then we spent a couple of days in Kalbarri National Park where the first of the WA gorges begin. Lastly we decided to do the 300km round trip to Shark Bay and go to ...

Gorges and rough shorelines at Kalbarri Ntl Park, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Gorges and rough shorelines at Kalbarri Ntl Park

A travel blog entry by steffen102

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... the major attractions but saw another great sunset As we were told by other travelers, the key attractions in the Kalbarri National Park: the Nature’s Window (a huge stone arch) and the river bend, were unfortunately closed due to road ...

Billabong and Carnarvon, Meadow, Australia travel blog

Billabong and Carnarvon

A travel blog entry by mpeacock

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Traversed past the Billabong Roadhouse through to Carnavon. Spent a week at the Coral Coast Caravan Park which is situated right in town, close enough to walk to visit family or to go to a restaurant for dinner after a day spent fishing off the one mile ...

Natures Window, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Natures Window

A travel blog entry by fabianbecker

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... an. Riesige Schluchten aus rotem gestein, das Natures Window sowie einem walking Track der es in sich hatte... 'Z-Bend' und 'The Loop' waren unsere Ausflugsziele sowie mehrere Lookouts. Das war es was ich immer sehen wollte... 'The real Australia' ...

rest of se asia - just in time for happy new year!, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

rest of se asia - just in time for happy new year!

A travel blog entry by vickz_2

... finish this damned southeast asia blog! and just to recap, even though we're now, in reality, camping in kalbarri national park, in western australia, in the blog world, we're still in koh tao. better get a wriggle! saturday 6th december ...

Im Outback, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Im Outback

A travel blog entry by bindannmalweg

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  Kilbarra 12.1.10 Australien Jetzt hab ichs geschafft, ich bin schon ein klassischer Turi geworden-und buche eine Adventure-Tour in den Nationalpark. Erst fahren wir ein gutes Stück durch australischen Busch, wonach man hier nicht lange suchen ...

National Park Day, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

National Park Day

A travel blog entry by mpeacock

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... morning, sure we slept in until 8.30 but we are retired people. After a hearty breakfast it was time to tackle the ruggered national park. We headed to the national park's Hawks Head and Ross Graham Lookout. A short stroll down from the lookout to the ...

Kalbarri NP- River & Coastal gorges, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Kalbarri NP- River & Coastal gorges

A travel blog entry by squawks_m

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... have been carved over millions of years to form dramatic sandstone cliff faces which plummet into the river as it meanders towards kalbarri. We visited the 'Ross Graham' lookout, where we took a short walk to the tranquility of the shaded ...

Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Kalbarri National Park

A travel blog entry by dianenew123

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Feels like we are starting to get places now! Went for lots of nice walks through the national park. Nothing too hard core though, its starting to look all a bit more rugged and outback like yet we are still coastal which is pretty cool. We stayed ...

Roadhouse, Roadhouse, Australia travel blog

Roadhouse

A travel blog entry by melash

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Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Kalbarri National Park

A travel blog entry by keirle7

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The trip was now coming to an end and we did the last of our hikes in Kalbarri National Park. We did one last hike down and up another gorge! Then went to natures window to get that tourists must have ...

West Australian Wild Flowers, West Australia, Australia travel blog

West Australian Wild Flowers

A travel blog entry by chris-and-megan

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We're in West Australia, just at the right time for all the wild flowers - and by all accounts, it's been a bumper year for them.  We've seen heaps of flowers - too many in fact to name them all.  So, we need your help! If you know their names, ...

red rocks at Kalbarri N.P., Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

red rocks at Kalbarri N.P.

A travel blog entry by feeling_alive

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... recompensation there are photo spots every km at the sealed road with view into the boring bushy nothingness. A potentially beautiful national park, but unfortunately overregulated. Finally we found a place to wade over the river and escape the crowds for ...

Road to Kalbarri, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Road to Kalbarri

A travel blog entry by thestreetens

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... turtle. The view was stunning. Our next stop was Kalbarri township which nestles in a corner of Kalbarri N P. The inland part of the park offered craggy escarpments overlooking the Murchison River and a Coastal Cliffs drive with short walks to ...

Slept by the Murchison River, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Slept by the Murchison River

A travel blog entry by du_bro

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3rd May More driving, stayed at a rest stop and slept next to the Murchison River- an uneventful ...

It started a little wet..., Kalbarri, Australia travel blog

It started a little wet...

A travel blog entry by lilyloves

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... and that it would be a mystery tour for everybody!    The first place we stopped at was called The Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park. It was a big place with lots of rocks coming out of the sand which was on the floor. It wasn't really very ...

Roadhouse, Roadhouse, Australia travel blog

Roadhouse

A travel blog entry by melash

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Kalbarri National Park, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Kalbarri National Park

A travel blog entry by sheerin09

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From Drummond Cove we made our way up the coast into Kalbarri National Park. The coast is impressive due to the large cliffs, especially in contrast to the turquoise blue of the ocean beyond. Just before we got to Kalbarri we drove past a lake which ...

waking upto Whales playing in the water :o), Galena Bridge, Australia travel blog

waking upto Whales playing in the water :o)

A travel blog entry by chris.fiona

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... playing in the water... Now that I would have paid $30 or more for but we got it for free lol we headed into the Kalbarri National Park to have a look at the Gorges, Hawks head & then Ross Graham... They were beautiful, Chris took the kids back to the ...

Abseiling and Front-Running, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Abseiling and Front-Running

A travel blog entry by sahs

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... varied hues of red and yellow striations in the rock.  This is topped by the vivid greens of the bushland on the National Park  plain, overlaid with the clearest blue desert sky and the whole is, quite simply, stunning.  My photographs do ...

Hiking to Natures window, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Hiking to Natures window

A travel blog entry by nickimja

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... road spot on the way to Kalbarri and once pulled up we found we had a flat tyre on the caravan this time, unbelievable. Kalbarri is so much bigger than we both expected its a real beachside community it is growing fast, many homes getting built here. WA ...

Western Australia, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Western Australia

A travel blog entry by jimandmargarida

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Drove down from the Shark Bay penninsula and onto Kalbarri National Park.  On the way we met and picked up our first hitch hiker who by some bizarre coincidnece spoke some Japanese and was able to partially translate the writing on the sides of our ...

Kalbarri NP, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Kalbarri NP

A travel blog entry by gouda

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... les hommes qui se sont battus, notamment le grand nombre d'Australiens tombés dans la bataille de l'Yser. On arrive au parc national de Kalbarri, situé en bord de mer. Comme les Pinnacles, il faut payer 12$ pour entrer... Ça risque d'être comme cela ...

Day 74, Kalbarri National Park, Australia travel blog

Day 74

A travel blog entry by melgray

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... at Shell Beach & The Stromalites before hitting hwy # 1 again! Kalbarri is our destination today, looking forward to exploring the National Park, & natures window for the girls to get their pics there. A winding road & many 85k/hr grey nomads ...

DAY 260 - HAMELIN POOL TO OVERLANDER - SHELLS, Overlander Roadhouse, Australia travel blog

DAY 260 - HAMELIN POOL TO OVERLANDER - SHELLS

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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... work is going on at the moment. There's a huge visitors centre, shops, restaurants, a pub, cabins, apartments and a huge caravan park/camp site. The strap line for the place is 'Dolphins are just the beginning.....'.!!! And the end result I dread to ...

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