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

    Day 42 - 44 Kalbarri

    A travel blog entry by lischappell on Nov 02, 2015

    12 photos

    ... were in bloom at the moment as the Kalbarri brochure advised that the friendly & helpful staff at the visitors centre (??) would be able to tell me what was in bloom & where it was blooming at the time. Again, with another incredulous look, she pointed to her map & said, quite mockingly, “ you came in this way didn’t you? They’re blooming everywhere around there. Didn’t you see them?” I had to bite my tongue. (Rose later asked ...

    DAY 3, Wednesday 7 October 2015

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 06, 2015

    ... don't care about that, but I must say that the whole day since the argument with Lu I have not been able to shake this feeling of wanting out. I just don't want to be here. I do not feel respected, or listened to, or valued or anything. I just feel bossed around and ordered to do this and told off if I don't fit into the way they want everything to be. I hate it and I hate this trip so far. Ironically, the only person I feel like having anything to do with is dad and ...

    Dongara to Kalbarri

    A travel blog entry by harro58 on Sep 17, 2015

    4 photos

    Left 8:50am. Weather - blue sky, top of 32. Arrived 3pm. 308kms Morning coffee at a Geraldton. Quick trip through, went to see the lighthouse and then the HMAS Sydney Memorial. The trees coming into Geraldton were either hard working or drunk because they were falling over. In fact some were lying on the ground. Surprise -found more canola fields after not seeing any for a while, in Dongara. Found the flies. Sick ...

    Wonderful West Wildflowers and coast

    A travel blog entry by colin.stevenson on Sep 10, 2015

    8 comments, 22 photos

    ... and this was much better as there were far fewer folk. The cruise was great, visited a pearl farm, saw dugongs, and turtles feeding and many dolphins swimming within our wake. A lovely experience. On our way back to Hamelin Station where we were due to spend another night we visited Shell Beach - where cockles have deposited shells over thousands of years and these shells are so dense 8-9 mrs deep that they were quarried and used ...

    Day 129

    A travel blog entry by nimazali on Aug 28, 2015

    22 photos

    ... s Window which was only 1km return on a cemented path. There were great views over the winding river and lots of wildflowers. Nature's Window is pretty spectacular as are the views and surrounding rock formations.

    This is one of my favourite national parks which is easily accessible ...