Kalbarri Reef Villas

Address: 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

    Denham to Kalbarri

    A travel blog entry by janinegordon on Jul 02, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    On the road again..... Left Denham just before 9am this morning and drove back out to the highway and down to Kalbarri arriving at the national park just after 12. We had our first walk just off the main road to the Ross Graham lookout and down to the river, then back along the highway and turned off onto a yellow sand road (not yellow bricks) to the Z bend lookout and then to the natures window walk. ...


    A travel blog entry by scoey on Jun 28, 2015

    25 photos

    ... leaves it alone. Prince Leonard has 3 daughters, all Dames, and 4 sons, Princes. The sons all live on the working property with HRH Prince Graeme the Minister of State. There is a government building, post office, chapel and the property houses. They have their own postal service and stamps as well as their own currency. We had to get a visa stamped for entry and exit ($2 Australian) before we could stay or leave. We met both Prince ...

    Tenting Again, at Kalbarri

    A travel blog entry by dhearley on Jun 06, 2015

    6 comments, 16 photos

    ... Caught a very undersized black bream but I'm coming to the conclusion that while I profess to enjoy fishing, I am not very good at it. We got away this morning around 9 and enjoyed the scenery heading north. Much of it reminded us of the Darling Downs only with more rolling hills. Once back on the coast, it returns to sandy dune country with low sparest vegetation. The proliferation of wildflowers ...


    A travel blog entry by c36kez on Jun 01, 2015

    ... a bit antisocial. Lynn and Phil(the caretakers) were super nice and i really felt like the cared about everyone, especially since they used our names all the time. The kitchen was nice although a bit if a mess as you had to borrow a lighter each time to use the stove. I met Julien here, actually I met him before here but I guess I never made a set impression until we decided that we were both extremely bored and had to go coconut hunting. He big and really cool plus he definitely ...


    A travel blog entry by dianeandjohn on Apr 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... had all been aware that it was probably 'snake heaven' down there! On the way back we stopped at Nature's Window, an iconic spot for photographs. Back in Kalbarri, another amazing sunset and another (takeaway) meal on the balcony. Happy days. On the way out of town next morning Rhian read in a brochure about the Principality of Hutt River and we decided to do a slight detour and check it out. It is an independent sovereign state which seceded from Australia ...