Kalbarri Reef Villas

cnr Coles St & Mortimer St, Kalbarri, Western Australia, 6536, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on cnr Coles St & Mortimer St, Kalbarri.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalbarri

    Kalbarri - 10 minute natures window of opportunity

    A travel blog entry by mortfamily5 on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and then lead us to some shack type houses which looked pretty dodge we followed our nose a little further and then hit the proper sand, we dropped the tyre pressures and headed out to find some sand dunes. We had read about dunes which were 80m high but we hit rouble funding them so we played around on some steep little dunes which were about 15mt high. I went for a bit more of a drive but still couldn't find the big slopes. I returned and ...

    Kalbarri & Wildflower caravan park @ Eneabba

    A travel blog entry by adventure2014 on Sep 03, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... river winds through the gorge system and all views are spectacular. We swapped spots to view the Z bend as well, this path was quite steep and due to the warmth of the day we decided that the walk to the bottom wasn't necessary. Playground and chilling out this afternoon, after which Paul and I went for a walk up to the point to the lookouts. So in nice sand liberating to be able to leave the girls for an hour and do things like this together again. We watched ...


    A travel blog entry by georgejanene on Aug 28, 2014

    1 comment, 50 photos

    ... and are only a short distance from the car parks. Also at The Loop is a spectacular viewing area called Natures Window which allows you to see part of the gorge through a large hole which frames the view like a window. There were also the required display of wildflowers dispersed along the sides of the road on the drive out to the lookouts. I would be grateful if anyone can name any of these wildflowers. Thank ...

    Oh, the iroony!

    A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 19, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... to be full, on this trip animals seen in the wild; dolphins, pelicans, cormorants, kangaroos, koalas, whales and emus! I'm in danger of turning into Sir David Attenborough!

    Kalbarri was gorgeous. The only problem was the hostel, the women were particularly mad as all 10 of them were in one room, but they only had one plug socket, in this day and age that is unacceptable, as most people travel with at least two electrical items that need charging, their phone and ...


    A travel blog entry by mikwen on Aug 01, 2014

    3 photos

    Day four.

    Beautiful day today. Slept late then went fishing up the river. Bit of exciting 4wding through sand and over rocks and eventually found a beautiful peaceful spot to while away the day.

    Four bites and one fish was all we got....well, Wendy got them. Poor Miki was sent to Coventry by those elusive fishes. Still, ...