Kalbarri Seafront Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... gorgeous spot absolutely surrounded by everlastings of pinks, purples, white and vibrant yellows. It was gorgeous and one of the prettiest camp sites I have ever stayed in.
Heading west, back to the coast our next destination was Kalbarri, about 600kms north of Perth. Along the way we stopped at Geraldton which is quite a large town and was very busy and very windy! From Geraldton we took the scenic drive towards Port Gregory to see the famous pink lake and we were ...
... spots to put my kayak in. You can do guided canoe adventure tours on the river so I was sure it was possible to put mine in. We drove out along the yellow sandy track to Nature's Window and then the Z Bend lookout. One view from the lookout was all that was needed to understand the confused no I got from the ranger. The gorge is very rocky and steep with the river far below. It looked fabulous to paddle but not accessible. I think they must canoe up ...
... Gorge. Natures Window is the iconic destination here and it is truly breathtaking. A bonus on leaving was to find a rather large echidna crossing the road. Wendy jumped out to take his photo and he promptly buried his head in the side of the road. Very cute.
The coastline here ...
The sky has cleared overnight and it is a sunny day, however it is still very windy.
Today we toured around the area starting at Red Bluff which is at the northern end of the coastal gorges. It is probably the highest point in the area and the lookout provides a great view out to the Indian Ocean. In the distance we could see whales but they were too far out for photographs.
Then we moved on to ...
A great day here in Kalbarri with a forecast of a sunny 27 degrees. We spent the morning cleaning inside the caravans and catching up on clothes washing. Then it was off for a walk along the foreshore and up to a clifftop above the town to a monument to a Dutch ship the Zuytdorp which was wrecked off this coast in 1712. It was interesting to see details of the many Dutch ships that were around Australia long before Captain Cook. ...