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

    Road to Kalbarri

    A travel blog entry by thestreetens on Oct 06, 2014

    22 photos

    ... N P. The inland part of the park offered craggy escarpments overlooking the Murchison River and a Coastal Cliffs drive with short walks to spectacular limestone cliffs. At last we saw something of W A's gorgeous wild flowers and have decided we need to make a special trip to catch them all at the right time. I think it's time to finish so we can all have a nice cup of coffee. We think of you guys in the East (and Centre) often and hope all is ...

    Back to magical Kalbarri friends and walking

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Sep 09, 2014

    19 photos

    ... Too much information we hear you cry! What a place to do the washing and a lovely relaxing time. Of course we were using the inverter and the grey water caught in our grey water tank. We then had to go to the dump point to get rid of the water. The caravan park does not have sullage drains and we did not want to flood out the camp.

    Again we caught up with Stell and Jack and the family.


    Kalbarri National Park

    A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Sep 03, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... but they weren't that great, just nice views but they were similar to what we had seen earlier.

    My turn to drive again and we are heading towards Monkey Mia but know that we won't be able to get that far tonight, so will just stop in a lay by and sleep there. We can't drive before dawn and after dusk because of Kangaroos. They generally cross the roads around this time and if we are driving and hit one they will smash the window screen or if it hits us ...


    A travel blog entry by livinia123 on Aug 27, 2014

    We left Denham this morning. On our way out we stopped at the Ocean Park just out of Denham. It's a small place right on the edge of the shore. But they had a number of tanks with lots of different local fish and animals, including Blowfish, Lionfish, various Cods and Gropers, lots of clown fish, some Moray Eels and a couple of sea snakes. There was a pool with a funny Harlequin fish in it and some Ray's. Then the large pool outside holds the sharks. ...

    Oh, the iroony!

    A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 19, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... Bridge. These are the W.A. versions of the 12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Maybe there aren't as many 'monuments' as on the Great Ocean Road, but it was none the less impressive, especially as it is less touristy. This is a recurring theme on the trip and one of the reasons why I decided to come back to W.A., It's still almost all unspoilt. The east coast has been overexploited, that's not to say it's not great, it is, but you're always fighting with ...